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By the time this posts I'll be lounging poolside at my favorite resort, book in hand and fruity drink by my side. The Husband and I always try to plan a trip in conjunction with our wedding anniversary (May 1) and a week of R&R is my kind of getaway. This was my view exactly one year ago. Just replace the book with whatever I'll be reading on Sunday and you'll have my current view. :)
Because of this, Girl Plus Books will be on a brief hiatus for the coming week but I'll be excited about catching up with you all next weekend!
: So much fun to share the results of the Books 'n Bloggers swap I took part in! I had a great time getting to know my partner and I consider it a total success.
Finished: Him by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy
Prepare for much gushing when I review this one.
Current: Reason to Breathe by Rebecca Donovan
I'll be buddy reading this one with Sarah from Words With Sarah. Confession time: I got a slight early start. Sarah reads sooo much faster than I do so I figured the only way to keep up was to get a head start. Now you won't be finished while I'm on Chapter 7, Sarah! LOL
I received my April Bookworm Box this week and it was one of the best ones ever (although nothing will ever, ever top the month I received my signed copy of The Bronze Horseman). There were *three* books in this month's box instead of the usual two and when I saw that one of them was Midnight Lily by Mia Sheridan I actually squealed and did a happy dance in the kitchen. (No video of this - sorry.) Also included were Honesty by Seth King and Winter People by Jennifer McMahon.
Shameless - Lex Martin: Last week I picked up the Dearest Clementine trilogy and since seems to be something of a follow-on or companion novel I decided to grab it, too.
Reason to Breathe - Rebecca Donovan: I've only a physical copy for years but when I actually picked it up to start reading... whoa, that's some seriously small print. So I nabbed the Kindle version and my eyes thank me.
The Complete Submission series - CD Reiss: I saw the whole series on sale for 99 cents and couldn't pass it up. Has anyone read this series? Thoughts?
How was your week? Any new books? Any news to share?
Fill me in... I'd love to hear!