Friday, April 30, 2010

Month in Review: April 2010

Here are my reading stats for April!
  • Books read:  11
Books I read (reviewed ones have * and link to review)
  1. The Teaberry Strangler* by Laura Childs
  2. Lip Service* by Susan Mallery
  3. Straight from the Hip* by Susan Mallery
  4. Hot on Her Heels* by Susan Mallery
  5. Eggs in Purgatory* by Laura Childs
  6. The Seductive One* by Susan Mallery
  7. The Marcelli Bride* by Susan Mallery
  8. The Marcelli Princess* by Susan Mallery
  9. The Next Best Thing* by Kristan Higgans
  10. One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
  11. The Icing on the Cupcake by Jennifer Ross

Favorite Book of April:   
  • The Icing on the Cupcake by Jennifer Ross

2010 Challenge Update:
  • 100+ Reading Challenge  --  Books Read:  44/100
  • Support Your Local Library Challenge --  Books Read:  27/50
  • Anne of Green Gables Reread Challenge  --  Books Read:  0/8+

The Book Blogger Hop 4-30-10

Happy Friday Book Lovers! It's time again for another Book Blogger Hop!!!

This fantastic idea to help the large community of book bloggers around the web get to know each other comes to us via Jennifer from Crazy-for-Books. Basically, the Hop is a weekly event, where book bloggers and readers can connect to find new blogs to read. It's a great way to find new blogs to read and to find new readers!! So join up and spread the word about this fun event!!

The rules are simple – Add your link to MckLinky, POST ABOUT THE HOP ON YOUR BLOG, and start hopping around and visiting other links that are posted! If you start following someone through the Hop, leave a comment on their blog to let them know! Stop back during the week to see other blogs that are added!

So, head on over to Crazy-for-Books to sign up and see who else is participating.
 
These are some of the blogs I found last week:
If you find my site through the Book Blogger Hop leave a comment here and I will come and visit your blog.

Happy Reading Everyone!

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

WWW Wednesdays 4-28-10

A Week in Books


 
WWW Wednesdays is hosted by MizB over at Should Be Reading.

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…



  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

What are you currently reading?
The Icing on the Cupcake by Jennifer Ross
~ I am loving this book - can't put it down!.

What did you recently finish reading?
One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
~This is this month's book club pick - quite an interesting book.
What do you think you’ll read next? 
~ Most likely I will be reading Paper, Scissors, Death by Joanna Campbell Sloan. This is the first in the Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-N-Craft Mysteries.



What about you? What are you reading?

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Review: The Next Best Thing by Kristan Higgins

First line: "You have a whisker."

From the back cover: Lucy Lang isn't looking for fireworks. She's looking for a nice, decent man. Someone who'll mow the lawn, flip chicken on the barbecue, teach their future children to play soccer. But most important: someone who won't inspire the slightest stirring in her heart...or anywhere else. A young widow, Lucy can't risk that kind of loss again. But sharing her life with a cat named Fat Mikey and the Black Widows at the family bakery isn't enough either. So it's goodbye to Ethan, her hot but entirely inappropriate "friend with privileges" and hello to a man she can marry.

Too bad Ethan Mirabelli isn't going anywhere. As far as he's concerned, what she needs might be right under her nose. But can he convince her that the next best thing can really be forever?

My thoughts: This is the first book I have read by Kristan Higgins and it certainly won't be my last. I found this to be a quick, enjoyable read. There were times when I found myself shedding a few tears and reaching for a tissue, only to be laughing hysterically a few sentences later. The Black Widows, comprised of Lucy's mom and two aunts, provide comic relief throughout the book.  It is a story filled with heartbreak, family, loss and love, and sends home the message that second chances do exist, sometimes where you least expect to find them.

(I borrowed this book from the library.)

Teaser Tuesday 4-27-10


MizB of Should Be Reading hosts Teaser Tuesday. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
 Here's a tease of what I am currently reading:


Cameron suggested that people get some rest. If the phone lines were still down when they awoke, they would have to try to open the door.

From One Amazing Thing by  Chitra Banergee Divakaruni , pg. 40

Please leave a comment with a link to your teaser so I can stop by.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Musing Mondays 4-26-10

Musing Mondays2Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about the war books
With yesterday being Anzac Day, I thought I’d ask a theme question this week. Are you a reader of war books? And if so, do you have any favourites?
PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT with either the link to your own Musing Mondays post, or share your opinion in a comment here (if you don’t have a blog). Thanks. 


**MUSING MONDAYS is hosted by Rebecca at Just One More Page...

I wouldn't say I read "war" books, but I will read books set during a war. Some of the books I have read that fall into this category are:
  • The Diary of Anne Frank
  • The Guerney Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
  • The Postmistress by Sarah Blake
I also have the following book in my TBR pile that fall into this category:
  • Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay
I find that reading books set during wartime gives me a different perspective into life during wartime.

What about you?

Sunday, April 25, 2010

In My Mailbox (1) 4-25-10

In My Mailbox (IMM) is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren. Every week I'll post what books I've received either by mailbox/library/store.




For Review (2)
Lemon Tart by Josi Kilpack
Photo, Snap, Shot by Joanna Campbell Slan


Library (4)
One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Too Good To Be True by Kristan Higgins
Paper, Scissors, Death by Joanna Campbell Slan
Cut, Crop, and Die by Joanna Campbell Slan


Purchased (0)


Won (0)


What's in your mailbox?


Review: The Marcelli Princess by Susan Mallery

First line: Mia Marcelli was used to sleeping alone so it came as something of a shock to wake up with a strange man in her bed.

From the back cover: A smart, independent woman with a gorgeous four-year-old son, Mia Marcelli lost her one true love. Four years ago, while working undercover for the CIA, she watched Diego, the father of her unborn child, perish before her very eyes - crumbling the world around her. But one morning she awakens to find Diego lying next to her, alive and well with an unbelievable confession: he is really Rafael, Prince of Calandria, and he had been working covertly on the same mission when they met - his death had been staged. Utterly stunned, Mia is wary and delighted - she may have suffered a broken heart, but her breathtakingly handsome lover is back to reignite the passion that existed between them. Little does she know that Rafael has returned to give his newfound son a proper upbringing back in Calandria - even if it means seducing Mia into marriage. But when Rafael finds himself truly falling for this luscious beauty, he must decide between his royal duties and the woman who has claimed his heart.

My thoughts: This is the final story of the Marcelli family and we finally hear Mia's story. We have watched Mia grow up in this series, from being the younger, annoying sister who always wants to be the center of attention to a strong, independent woman. Aleady having her share of heartbreaks, Rafael's betrayal may be her undoing.It is easy to root against him in the beginning and then to slowly root for him at the end. The fact that the entire Marcelli family stands up for their own, but then one by one is able to see differently as things change is heartwarming and shows the true meaning of family love. I really enjoyed reading about the Marcelli clan and am sorry to see the series end.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Review: The Marcelli Bride by Susan Mallery

First line: If Darcy Jensen had known she was going to be kidnapped, she would have worn better shoes.

From the back cover: The rebel of the Marcelli family, Joe never joined his sisters Katie, Francesca, and Brenna in running the winery business. Instead, he chose a life of military service. But now that this handsome, headstrong, former Navy SEAL has received a new, undercover assignment - protecting none other than the commander in chief's daughter - he finds himself stationed back at the California vineyard he defiantly left behind. First-daughter Darcy Jensen has been placed in hiding at the Marcelli Winery after surviving a kidnapping attempt...and now it's Joe's job to keep the fearful, fiery beauty out of harm's way. Begrudgingly, Joe heeds his presidential order - until "babysitting" Darcy proves to be the greatest pleasure he's ever known. How can Joe protect Darcy from danger, when he's falling dangerously in love? And can Darcy trust that Joe's intentions are true - when no one else's have ever been?

My thoughts: This is the fourth of the Marcelli series and it tells Joe's story - the brother that no one knew existed until just recently. Joe is the heir of the winery and yet, wants no part of it. Darcy is dealing with her own personal issues, while in hiding at the Marcelli family's homestead. While this is a great stand alone novel, it helps to have a little family background to understand why the grandfather, Lorenzo, is so set in his ways about a male heir. Adding tons of comic delight is sister Brenna - in all her pregnant glory. This was a quick read and left me wanting more of the Marcelli family!

Friday, April 23, 2010

Review: The Seductive One by Susan Mallery

First line: Borrowing a million dollars from the devil was one thing; picking a fight with him while doing it was something else.

From the back cover: Of all the Marcelli sisters, the only one who dreams of running the family's winery is Brenna - and she's about to get her chance. But taking the helm at Marcelli Winery is tougher than she bargains for - especially when she butts heads with her grandfather, whose Old World ways dictate that a male should inherit the business. In need of some fast capital in order to prove her grandfather wrong, Brenna turns to Nic Giovanni, her family's nemesis...Years ago, she ended her secret relationship with Nic, choosing loyalty to her family over the hot passion they shared. But now he's back in her life, he's loaned her a million dollars, and their feelings for each other are stronger than ever. Brenna must find out for herself: Is Nic the love of her life? Or the schemer who could topple the Marcelli dynasty - and break her heart?

My thoughts:  This is the third in the Marcelli series and it features a striking couple who are equals. Brenna is no shrinking violet and Nic is her equal in temperament and ambition. It was fun to watch as Brenna battles not only with Nic, but also with her grandfather, who is cemented in the old ways. Both these stubborn men soon realize how strong a person she is. We are finally given insight into what caused the long-standing feud between the Marcelli and Giovanni families - a feud that has been mentioned in the previous two books. Another great book by Susan Mallery and I look forward to reading the last two in this series.

The Book Blogger Hop 4-23-10




Happy Friday Book Lovers! It's time again for another Book Blogger Hop!!!


Jennifer at Crazy-for-Books hosts the fabulous Friday Book Blogger Hop! This is a fantastic idea to help the large community of book bloggers around the web get to know each other.  Basically, the Hop is a weekly event, where book bloggers and readers can connect to find new blogs to read. It's a great way to find new blogs to read and to find new readers!! So join up and spread the word about this fun event!!

If you start following someone through the Hop, leave a comment on their blog to let them know! Stop back during the week to see other blogs that are added!

Want to join the fun? Hop over to Crazy-For-Books.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Blog Update 4-16-10

This week has been a slow week for my blog because my husband and I just moved into our new house. All my books are still in boxes and I am not sure when I will get to them...I do have a few books out, but needless to say, there will probably only be a few posts for the next few days.

One good thing about the house is the amazing book shelves that are built into the wall of the living room - I can't wait to fill them with books. We also have the 5 bookshelves my husband built - so I don't think we will be running out of room for books and may actually have to go buy more to fill the shelves!

Happy Reading!
:-) Kristin

The Book Blogger Hop 4-16-10

Happy Friday Book Lovers! It's time again for another Book Blogger Hop!!!

This fantastic idea to help the large community of book bloggers around the web get to know each other comes to us via Jennifer from Crazy-for-Books. Basically, the Hop is a weekly event, where book bloggers and readers can connect to find new blogs to read. It's a great way to find new blogs to read and to find new readers!! So join up and spread the word about this fun event!!

The rules are simple – Add your link to MckLinky, POST ABOUT THE HOP ON YOUR BLOG, and start hopping around and visiting other links that are posted! If you start following someone through the Hop, leave a comment on their blog to let them know! Stop back during the week to see other blogs that are added!

So, head on over to Crazy-for-Books to sign up and see who else is participating.
 
If you find my site through the Book Blogger Hop leave a comment here and I will come and visit your blog.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Teaser Tuesday 4-13-10

MizB of Should Be Reading hosts Teaser Tuesday. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
 Here's a tease of what I am currently reading:


He reached toward her, then dropped his hand to his side. What was it about a crying woman that made a man feel awkward and inept?

From The Seductive One by  Susan Mallery, pg. 194

Please leave a comment with a link to your teaser so I can stop by.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Review: Eggs in Purgatory by Laura Childs

First line: Suzanne Dietz didn't set out to start the Cackleberry Club, the whole thing just sort of happened.

From the back cover: Suzanne, Toni, and Petra lost their husbands but found independence - and, in each other, a life raft of support, inspiration, fresh baked goods, and their own business. But when the Cackleberry Club cafe opened its doors in the town of Kindred, who'd have guessed that the cozy oasis would become the scene of a crime?

Suzanne's lawyer is found in his car behind the Cackleberry with egg on his face and blood on the dash. Suzanne's taking the crime personally: The murder reveals a scandal in her late husband's past and brings a stranger fleeing a messianic sect to her for help. Now, discovering the link between a dead man with secrets and a runaway cultist may be putting Suzanne's own life on the line.

My thoughts: This is the first in Laura Child's Cackleberry Club Mysteries. I have read all her Tea Shop Mysteries and some of her Scrapbooking Mysteries and love both series. This one I am not sure I will continue to read. I felt there were too many things going on in the story and because it was set in a non-descript small town, it seemed to lack the charm that adds to the story in the other series. Overall, it was an okay book, not the best but certainly not the worst I've read.

Friday, April 09, 2010

Review: Hot On Her Heels by Susan Mallery

First line: It had taken four months, calling in every favor ever owed, a case of expensive Scotch and a date with a slimy private investigator who had made the mistake of thinking "date" meant "sex".

From the back cover:  Dana Birch vowed never to put herself at the mercy of a powerful man. She became a deputy so that she could take care of herself, and protect those she loves. Especially her best friends, the Titan sisters.

Twenty years ago, Garth Duncan swore revenge on Jed Titan for abandoning Garth and his mother. Now he's back to fulfill that promise, even if Jed s daughters get caught in the crosshairs. All that stands between him and his goal is Dana, her gun, and a growing passion that can t be denied... 

My thoughts: This is the final book in the Lone Star Sisters series and while all the little plots were tied up, I am sad to be at the end of the series. I really enjoyed this series, and this last book was by far my favorite, simply due to the fact it told Dana's story. She's tough, determined, honest, loyal and nobody is going to mess with her friends and get away with it. She has her secrets which worked to shape who she is so it was nice to see her grow as a character and emerge a winner in the end. This series was well worth the read and I am anxious to see what Susan Mallery's next series brings.

Review: Straight From the Hip by Susan Mallery

First line: In the movies there was always a warning before something bad happened.

From the back cover: Izzy has always been the fearless Titan sister.  But when an oil rig blows up, leaving her barely able to see, her sisters find themselves as concerned by her emotional withdrawal as by the possibility that the explosion was no accident.  Are the mind games their long-lost brother Garth has been playing turning physical?  Or is someone else out to get them?

When her sisters enroll her in a survivor training camp, Izzy is not happy.  Nick, her instructor, is determined that she won’t be left in the dark.  In more ways than one.  But if he tells her the terrible truth behind why he’s helping her, he’ll probably never see her again.  Unless they’re both willing to take the biggest risk of all.

My thoughts: This is the third in the Lone Star Sisters series and was just as good as the first two, if not better. The focus is on Izzy and her coming to grips with the explosion and the aftermath. I think Susan Mallery created the perfect match for Izzy - Nick, who has his own demons in the closet. We are also given more insight into Garth's vendetta against the Titan girls and their father. While some questions are answered, there are some things that are left unanswered, which will hopefully be explored in the last book.

Review: Lip Service by Susan Mallery

First line: "I'd like you to marry my daughter."

From the back cover: Skye Titan's wealthy father thinks he can still dictate his daughter's choice in men. Now widowed and a single mother, Skye isn't the yes-girl she once was. Especially since the love of her life is back in Texas after eight long years. He won't like the answers to the questions he's asking. About why she left him at the altar. And about her eight-year-old daughter.

Former Navy SEAL Mitch Cassidy comes home to find nearly everything different. His wounds from battle have changed the way people treat him. His cattle ranch is suddenly organic. but time hasn't touched his desire for Skye - or the sting of her betrayal. Forget lip service. He's asking that luscious mouth of hers to reveal the truth. But will Mitch be able to put the past aside to help Skye get out from under her father's thumb...and help himself recover from a broken heart.

My thoughts: This is the second in the Lone Star Sister's series and, like the first, was a quick read that I thoroughly enjoyed. This time, the book focuses on Skye, the middle daughter that still lives at home with Daddy, who thinks he can run her life. I found myself cheering on Skye whenever she had confrontations with her dad. It also focuses on Mitch, who is home from overseas and has a lot of healing to do. I found it so true that a child would be able to put things in perspective for an adult...how many times is that the case in real life. We also learn more about the sisters' half-brother, Garth - a story-line that seems to be intricately woven throughout the books.

Review: Under Her Skin by Susan Mallery

First line: "It's only two million."

From the back cover: Lexi Titan can just see the headlines. All of Titanville will be buzzing. Not that she has any other choice. Faced with exactly thirty days to come up with two million dollars, she is out of options. Marry Cruz Rodriquez or lose everything - the successful day spa she built herself, her tyrant father's respect. And the long-standing competition with her sisters for the family business.

Cruz has money, success, smoldering good looks - everything but the blue blood needed to become a true member of Texas society. If Lexi agrees to be his fiancee for six months, lending him her famous father's influence and connections, he'll hand her a check on the spot. And in six months they'll go their separate ways.

But neither one is prepared for their long-ago shared passion to throw a wrench into what would seem to be the perfect deal...

My thoughts:  This is the first book in the Lone Star Sister's series and I loved it. Yes, it was a quick read, but I loved that I would see these characters again in the next book. The main focus of this book is on Lexi, the oldest of the Titan sisters. She is strong, independent and hell-bent on doing things on her own terms. It also introduces some of the main players in this series - Skye, Izzy, Jed, Dana and Garth. It is a book that has a little of everything - romance, a little bit of mystery, girl-power, and of course, drama.

The Book Blogger Hop 4-9-10

Happy Friday Book Lovers! It's time again for another Book Blogger Hop!!!

This fantastic idea to help the large community of book bloggers around the web get to know each other comes to us via Jennifer from Crazy-for-Books. Basically, the Hop is a weekly event, where book bloggers and readers can connect to find new blogs to read. It's a great way to find new blogs to read and to find new readers!! So join up and spread the word about this fun event!!

The rules are simple – Add your link to MckLinky, POST ABOUT THE HOP ON YOUR BLOG, and start hopping around and visiting other links that are posted! If you start following someone through the Hop, leave a comment on their blog to let them know! Stop back during the week to see other blogs that are added!

So, head on over to Crazy-for-Books to sign up and see who else is participating.
 
If you find my site through the Book Blogger Hop leave a comment here and I will come and visit your blog.

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

WWW Wednesday 4-7-10

A Week in Books


 
WWW Wednesdays is hosted by MizB over at Should Be Reading.

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…



  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

What are you currently reading?
Sushi for Beginners by Marion Keyes
~ I am just about to start this book - I have never read anything by Marion Keyes before, but have heard her books are good.

What did you recently finish reading?
Hot on Her Heels by Susan Mallery
~This was the final book in the Lone Star Sisters series - it was a great series.

What do you think you’ll read next?
~ Most likely I will be reading Eggs in Purgatory by Laura Childs. This is the first in the Cackleberry Club Mysteries.



What about you? What are you reading?

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Teaser Tuesdays 4-6-10

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MizB of Should Be Reading hosts Teaser Tuesday. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
 Here's a tease of what I am currently reading:


Not that he minded - Garth wasn't intimidated by a powerful woman. In fact, he found the challenge appealing.

From Hot on Her Heels by  Susan Mallery, pg. 41

Saturday, April 03, 2010

Review: The Teaberry Strangler by Laura Childs

First line: A back-alley crawl had certainly sounded like a tantalizing idea to Theodosia when she'd first conceived it.

From the inside cover: It was the Dickensian evening Theodosia Browning had hoped for. Flickering candles lined the narrow cobblestone alleys of Charleston as shop owners, dressed in cloaks of yore, threw open their back doors to shoppers. Visitors took advantage of bargains on antiques, heaping bowls of crab chowder - and of course Theodosia's delicious teas.

But when the clock strikes ten, the alleys clear except for one body discovered by a horrified Theodosia. It's the strangled form of Daria, the map store owner. Many locals have shown interest in buying her shop - but enough to kill? Plus there's been a customer hell-bent on getting his hands on a certain not-for-sale map. In this case one can hardly throw a scone without hitting a suspect.

Most alarming of all the theories, however, is Detective Tidwell's: that the killer mistook Daria for Theodosia herself. And if that theory holds water, the killer's work isn't done...

My thoughts: This is the 11th in the Tea Shop Mysteries and I love this series...not so much for the plot as for the characters and setting. I love reading about all the different teas that Drayton, tea connoisseur, brews up and all the yummy recipes (or receipts as they are occasionally referred to in the book) Haley, baker extraordinaire, comes up with. I find myself wanting to make a cup of tea as I enjoy the book. The plot, on the other hand, sometimes leaves you feeling shortchanged. It seems that oftentimes, Theo doesn't really know who the guilty party is until she stumbles upon them at the end of the book because she is either in the wrong place at the wrong time or has been asking so many questions that the person comes looking for her.

My favorite part of this series is the list of recipes, tea time tips and new this time, the tea resources. I have found quite a few good recipes! Overall, quite an enjoyable book and I am looking forward to the next installment, Scones and Bones.

Friday, April 02, 2010

The Book Blogger Hop 4-2-10

Happy Friday Book Lovers! It's time again for another Book Blogger Hop!!!

This fantastic idea to help the large community of book bloggers around the web get to know each other comes to us via Jennifer from Crazy-for-Books. Basically, the Hop is a weekly event hosted at Crazy-for-Books, where book bloggers and readers can connect to find new blogs to read.It's a great way to find new blogs to read and to find new readers!! So join up and spread the word about this fun event!!

The rules are simple – Add your link to MckLinky, POST ABOUT THE HOP ON YOUR BLOG, and start hopping around and visiting other links that are posted! If you start following someone through the Hop, leave a comment on their blog to let them know! Stop back during the week to see other blogs that are added!

So, head on over to Crazy-for-Books to sign up and see who else is participating.

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Month in Review: March 2010

Here are my reading stats for March!
  • Books read:  11
Books I read (reviewed ones have * and link to review)
  1. The Postmistress by Sarah Blake
  2. The Sassy One by Susan Mallery
  3. The Summer Hideaway by Susan Wiggs
  4. The Queen's Dollmaker* by Christine Trent
  5. Worst Case by James Patterson
  6. Under Her Skin by Susan Mallery
  7. Pieces of Happily Ever After* by Irene Zutell
  8. Three Cups of Tea* by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin
  9. Big Girl* by Danielle Steel
  10. Bikini Season* by Sheila Roberts
  11. Love in Bloom* by Sheila Roberts

Favorite Book of March:   

  • The Queen's Dollmaker by Christine Trent

    2010 Challenge Update:
    • 100+ Reading Challenge  --  Books Read:  33/100
    • Support Your Local Library Challenge --  Books Read:  18/50
    • Anne of Green Gables Reread Challenge  --  Books Read:  0/8+

     

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