Reads for Mother’s Day

Looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift? Why not surprise the mom in your life with a bouquet of books that will make her heart bloom with joy! Treat her to a handpicked selection of her favorite reads paired with a stunning arrangement of fresh flowers that will add a touch of beauty to her day. Whether she’s a fan of historical fiction, mysteries, or heartwarming stories, there’s a perfect book bouquet waiting to delight her.

When the Jessamine Grows by Donna Everhart

From the author of The Saints of Swallow Hill, an evocative, morally complex novel set in rural 19th century North Carolina, as one woman fights to keep her family united, her farm running, and her convictions whole during the most devastating and divisive period in American history, perfect for readers of Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier and Enemy Women by Paulette Jiles.

The Still Point by Tammy Greenwood

Dance Moms meets Little Fires Everywhere in award winning author Tammy Greenwood’s addictive new novel set in the hyper cutthroat world of ballet girls and their mothers as they compete for a prestigious prize…

Sisters of Fortune by Anna Lee Huber

A vivid, surprising, emotionally powerful novel about longing for independence and love—and the moments that irrevocably change even the best laid plans. Based on the true story of the Fortune sisters, three young women each at a crossroads when they boarded the RMS Titanic in the spring of 1912 –and how that maiden voyage would transform their lives in profound and unexpected ways.

The Wild Lavender Bookshop by Jodi Thomas

From beloved New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas, a slow burn romance that’s the epitome of comfort reading. Perfect for fans of Robyn Carr and Susan Mallery! Return to the unforgettable world of Someday Valley, Texas, in this tender, uplifting novel of hearts in search of second chances.

Mother of the Bride Murder by Leslie Meier

As part-time Tinker’s Cove reporter Lucy Stone says oui to her daughter’s surprise wedding invitation in France, she must also make a different kind of vow—to catch a killer! Lucy will have to locate the culprit among a list of worldly jilted lovers and potential criminal masterminds, or Elizabeth’s trip down the aisle could end in tragedy.

The Flower Sisters by Michelle Collins Anderson

Drawing on the little-known true story of one tragic night at an Ozarks dance hall in the author’s Missouri hometown, this beautifully written, endearingly nostalgic novel picks up 50 years later for a folksy, character-driven portrayal of small-town life, split second decisions, and the ways family secrets reverberate through generations.