5 Books From Michigan Authors You Should Read
Tired of binge watching the same shows? Why not switch it up and pick up a good book! I'm going to be honest, I don't read as often as I should. But when I find a book I really like, you won't see me for days. If you're looking for a new book to read, check out this list of books from Michigan authors.
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
Lissa Dragomir and Rose Hathaway are best friends. Lissa is a vampire princess who has a rare gift for harnessing the earth's magic. Rose is a human/vampire hybrid and Lissa's protector. Both attend St. Vladamir's academy, where Rose sacrifices everything to protect Lissa from enemies within the academy walls and outside them.
The Summer Cottage by Viola Shipman
This story follows Adie Lou Kruger’s life and love for her childhood cottage that she inherited on Lake Michigan. She's struggling with a broken marriage and a career she doesn't love. So she turns to the cottage and as it comes back to life, so does she. Addie Lou reclaims her strength and rebuilds her life by finding support in unexpected places and recalling the times spent growing up on the beach.
The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter
It's always just been Kate and her Mom. When Kate's Mom falls sick, she meets Henry who claims he's Hades, god of the Underworld. Henry offers to keep her mother alive but only if she passes seven tests. If she succeeds, she'll become Henry's bride and a goddess.
Last Turn Home by Lara Alspaugh
Tessa Wallace is living her dream life in Chicago when she gets an unexpected phone call of her estranged grandmother's passing. Faced with a tough decision, Tessa returns home to a small town in Michigan. With help from old friends and her instincts, she uncovers the truth about her past. Will her past help her become comfortable in her own skin or will they cause her to run away again?
We Hope For Better Things by Erin Bartles
Elizabeth uncovers a series of mysteries at her great-aunt's 150-year-old farmhouse. She discovers the stories of two women who lived in the farm house who used love and courage in the face of war. Elizabeth soon discovers, the past is always what we think.
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