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text 2017-07-21 18:46
Friday Reads!! 7.21.2017
The Blue Castle - L.M. Montgomery
David Copperfield (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) - Charles Dickens,Radhika Jones
Barchester Towers - Anthony Trollope,Edward Mendelson
A Study in Scarlet - Arthur Conan Doyle

Happy Friday everyone!


It's hot here. We are in the midst of a heatwave, which makes me want to just drink cold things and read. 


Saturday I will doing a mother/daughter day with my mom. Sunday I will be at the beach with my fiancee, he also wants to do a bike ride - so not a bad weekend planned.


I hope to finish The Blue Castle this weekend. What a great book! My friend couldn't help herself and finished it up. She loved it. I'm already recommending it to people. It makes me want to read all of Montgomery's works -  I've already picked up the Emily books. 


Still working through David Copperfield . I'm doing mostly audio for this and I highly recommend it. 


I am halfway through A Study in Scarlet and hope to finish it in the coming week. I realized how much of Sherlock Holmes I haven't read so I've resolved to make my way through the novels/stories.


If I finish Castle, I think I'm going to start another classic - Bartchester Towers. I liked the blurb and enjoyed reading the first chapter. 


What are your plans?


Have a great weekend and happy reading! 



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review 2017-07-21 16:21
Book Review For: 'Shameless' By Lisa Renee Jones
Shameless - Lisa Renee Jones

'Shameless' By Lisa Renee Jones is Book Two in the "White Lies Duet" series. This book continues the story of Nick "Tiger" Rogers and Faith Winter. The first book "Provocative" began their story so I think to fully enjoy this book you should read that one first. But, Ms Jones writing allows for you to catch up to their story if you choose not to read the first book.
Nick had never met Faith before until he choose to attend the Reid Winter Winery open house, with the mind set to get all the information on her he could. Nick was under the mindset that Faith ha been involved with some tragic events that had happened. But when meeting her he slowly started to find that wasn't the case. Now this book opens us up to what the fallout is when lies and truth come out.
Ms. Jones is one of my go to authors when I need a great hot, alpha romance story. I love her writing and always feel connected to her characters!
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071R9KNPH/ref=series_rw_dp_sw
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text 2017-07-14 17:18
Friday Reads!
His Majesty's Dragon - Naomi Novik
David Copperfield (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) - Charles Dickens,Radhika Jones

Haven't done one of these in a while!


So I'm sticking with His Majesty's Dragon.  I can't resist Jane Austen with dragons - from a male point of view. It's different enough to keep me engaged. 


My audio is David Copperfield. I've been listening to it in the car during my commute for a while now. Richard Armitage does the narration and does an excellent job. Loved him in Robin Hood the TV series.  He was also in North and South - the Gaskell adaptation.  


Wedding planning has occupied so much of my time! It's demanding.  Meeting with photographer this weekend and picking the cake are on the agenda.


I miss reading, so I've just had to make it a priority, even if it's a little bit each day. It makes a difference in my mental health. 


Happy reading everyone!

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text 2017-07-12 21:21
Reading progress update: I've read 27%.
David Copperfield (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) - Charles Dickens,Radhika Jones

In my attempt to read more classics, I'm making my way through this one and really enjoying it. 

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review 2017-07-09 19:50
Review: Lady Killer
Lady Killer - Jamie S. Rich,Joëlle Jones

This short, 5 issue run, is witty and fun and soaked in blood. I really enjoyed the whole thing. I would love to read another volume if they ever make one. The cover image is basically everything you need to know about this one. If it makes you want to know more, go right ahead and pick this up.

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