Autumn in Alberta is unpredictable. You could be enjoying "sweater weather" or you could be treated to a foot of snow. Either way, the chill tends to lead to cozy nights wrapped in a blanket with a cup of tea and a good book. So, without further adieu, I present my Favorite Autumn Read.
"When Autumn Leaves" by Amy S Foster.
"In the picturesque Pacific Coast town of Avening, it's hard not to believe in magic. This is a town where the shoes in the windows always fit, where you can buy a love potion at the corner shop, and where local lore seamlessly mixes with the supernatural."
The story centres around Autumn, a local shopkeeper and member of the Jaen Sisterhood. She has received word that the time has come for her to move on. She has been charged with the task of choosing her successor. But who among the women of the town will be up to the task?
I read this book in three sittings and loved it so much, I immediately bought a copy for a friend. This book is a fixture on my "re-reads" shelf and I look forward to visiting Avening again very soon.
What is your favorite Autumn read? Do you find you re-read books at a certain time of year?