#SixforSunday—Books Set in the Country Where You Live

SixforSundays is a meme hosted by A Little But A LotEvery month there is a theme and that is broken down on Sundays into categories.

This week’s theme is:

Books set in the country you live

When I saw today’s prompt (well yesterday’s because I didn’t go on my computer at all), I knew it was going to be easy. Why? Because I live in the United States and 90% of the books I read are set in there.

So enjoy!! And let me know what books are set in your country!!

  1. Flesh and Blood by Willow Rose. Set in the small town of Shadow Hills in one of the midwestern states (not sure which on
Flesh and Blood (The Vampires of Shadow Hills #1)

2. Blue by H.J. Bellus: Mainly set at a fictional college in California. Blue traveled from Colorado and Tuck is from Arizona


3. A Cowboy Kind of Love by Donna Grant: Takes place in Texas, near Dallas

A Cowboy Kind of Love (Heart of Texas #6)

4. Hidden Fury by Marie Flanigan: Takes place in Leesburg, VA

Hidden Fury (Annie Fitch Mysteries Book 2)

5. Well Met by Jen DeLuca: Takes place in Willow Creek, Maryland

Well Met (Well Met, #1)

6 The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne: Takes place in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

The Marsh King's Daughter

5 thoughts on “#SixforSunday—Books Set in the Country Where You Live

  1. The only one of these I have read is The Marsh King’s Daughter and I did like that one. Living in Canada, this would have been a bit harder for me, but there are a lot of good books set here that I have read.

      1. I’ve not read that one. I think the last one I read was a mystery taking place in Newfoundland.

      2. Its a semi-autobiographical book about a helicopter pilot that lived in Newfoundland. Learned more than I ever wanted to know about helicopters….lol. And it made me wanted to visit Newfoundland.

      3. That is the only province I have not visited, but it is on my bucket list. Funny that the last one I read was also set in Newfoundland.

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