Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. My mother retired a couple of years ago, and has been using some of her newfound free time to read a lot more. We each thought of ideas for the challenge and are tackling them together but have run into a bit of a dry spell. I love them both, and the thing that has drawn me in the most isn't so much the romantic relationships, but the family dynamics, secrets, and intrigues. When I was younger and much angstier, I also read and enjoyed several Ellen Hopkins books which, upon reflection, are in line with what I want in regards to form, but not content. Growing up I really identified with Meg Murray because she felt out of place with her appearance like I did.
Lately, to my excitement,I have been able to find my way through a few books that we have both been able to form a connection over.
Books Like Black Panther post. I'm writing to ask about audiobook recommendations, specifically audiobooks with full cast productions such as American Gods, His Dark Materials, and Lincoln in the Bardo. I tend to read historical romance, but will be happy to take any recommendations. Also road trip books would be good too. I love mysteries, especially ones that put a spin on an historical event.