Must Get Monday – Paint and Nectar

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Happy Monday!

Whether it’s an upcoming release, new release, or even one that has been out for ages that you haven’t purchased a copy of yet, Must Get Monday highlights those books you just can’t wait to get your hands on to dive into.

This week I’m featuring Paint and Nectar by Ashley Clark

Paint and Nectar (Heirloom Secrets, #2)

Baker Book House | Amazon | Goodreads

My first read this year was Ashley Clark’s debut novel The Dress Shop on King Street. It was so good that as soon as I finished I went on and pre-ordered the next book in the series. It officially releases May 11, 2021.

About the Book:

In 1929, a spark forms between talented watercolorist Eliza and William, a charming young man who has been hired to forge her popular paintings. Her aunt makes it clear Eliza should stay away from him because of a feud between their families over missing heirloom silver. But the source of the rivalry was long ago, and as the two get to know each other, they fall in love. William regrets the job that desperation led him to take and their families’ ongoing bitterness, but setting things right comes at a cost.

In present-day Charleston, Lucy Legare has just inherited an old house from a mysterious benefactor, along with all the secrets it holds, including an old silver heirloom. Declan Pinckney is determined to buy the house for his family’s development company. But as Lucy uncovers secrets about the house, garden, and silver, she becomes more determined than ever to preserve the historic Charleston property, not only for history’s sake but also for her own.


What’s a novel you can’t wait to get YOUR hands on?

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