10 thoughts on “Reading Saturday!”

  1. somebody’s angel by kallypso masters; and hoping to meet with my son and d.i.l. this afternoon before their baby comes in the next 3-4 weeks-hopefully not during our weekly blizzards/snow storms here in new england!!! really want to be at the hospital but it is an hour away and….fingers crossed. enjoy your time with your daughter

  2. Have a nice visit. Hope the snows don’t get you. We’re expecting more Sunday night into Tuesday morning in CT.

    Reading Trouble Has a New Name by Adite Banerjie and then Whispering Hills of Love (American Wilderness #3) by Dorothy Wiley

    Both are needed for a review.

  3. I am reading A Southern Romance, a series of southern romances by Kim Boykin, Erika Marks, Beth Albright and Kaira Rouda…

  4. Have fun! And it sounds like you enjoyed the premier. I finished an ARC of the next book by Ritter Ames — a new author for me. She is writing one particular series, Marked Masters, that has me hooked! They are very detailed books, with part of the storyline traveling the world. It truly is a remarkable descriptive story that makes you feel like YOU have just traveled with the characters. And the supporting “cast” are a hoot! I read this last one in one day; couldn’t put it down.

  5. Starting an ARC of the Hearts & Kisses box set that’s due out on Feb 10th. But just finished Asking For Trouble by Anna Stewart that’s out on 2/18….it was wonderful!!

  6. Tax law! I’m a CPA and pleasure reading takes a backseat this time of year. I do read just before bedtime to actually relax my brain. Pure pleasure and right now that’s Kathleen Brooks and Final Vow.

  7. Looking forward to reading your review! I was so sad I didn’t win tickets, but I have my tickets bought for next Saturday morning to kick off my birthday weekend ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m reading Then Came You by Jill Shalvis. Not sure what I’ll read when I’m finished, so many books to choose from, I can never decide ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. I just finished Jaci Burton’s new book “Quarterback Draw”. I enjoyed it. Now, I’m figuring out what to read next! It’s a first world problem, I know.

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