I don’t know about you, but this cold weather and grey sky that seems to be the norm in Michigan can go away anytime! Just a little blue sky and sunshine makes all the difference in the world, no matter what the temperature.
But, until Spring decides to show herself for reals, here are a few books whose titles, at least, should help you imagine it.
Butterflies of Grand Canyon by Margaret Erhart has some nature lovers caught up in a mysterious death in a spectacular setting.
Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd tells the tale of a young girl searching for her mother. That hunt takes her to the Boatwright sisters, keepers of bees, tenders of souls, and healers of hearts.
Spring Break by Kayla Perrin has three best friends going to a tropical island for their college spring break, but things go terribly wrong.
Spring Fever by Mary Kay Andrews finds Annajane attending her ex-husband’s second wedding, confidant in the fact that she is over him. But when that wedding comes to an unexpected halt, she has second thoughts herself.
Tulip Fever by Deborah Moggach explores the madness of the 16th century when a single tulip bulb could make its owner rich.
Violets Are Blue by James Patterson finds Alex Cross on the hunt for a crew of blood-drinking murderers.
Happy Spring! Happy Reading!