Sunday Post

Book arrivals:

click-an online love story crystal cove that summer in cornwall a week in winter

Books reviewed last week:

Book I’m in the middle of:

  • What She Wants by Sheila Roberts

Happy reading!

41 thoughts on “Sunday Post

  1. I have just finished Crystal Cove..I really enjoyed it. I also have to get that Maeve Binchy book. I have a connection to her, indirectly that is, well a friend of my cousins, Mother in Law used to live next store to Mauve.


    • Kathleen, I’m glad to hear you enjoyed Crystal Cove. I still need to read the book before it so it may be a while before I get to it.Neat connection to MB. I’ll bet Maeve’s neighbors miss her. I know I do! Have a good week!


  2. Hi Mary,

    I hope that you are enjoying ‘What She Wants’, this sounds like a good lighthearted story.

    I particularly want to read the Maeve Binchy you have this week, as this one is new to me. I love the raft of distinguished female Irish authors out there in the marketplace. They have the knack of storytelling down to an art and I love the way that they are able to seamlessly weave together several individual strands of a story, to a polished conclusion.

    Enjoy all your books and have a good week.



  3. I’d like to read the Lisa Kleypas book, as I enjoyed the first Friday Harbor read, Rainshadow Road. I also want to read the Maeve Binchy book. Thanks for visiting my blog.


    • I’ve enjoyed the first two in the Friday Harbor series so I have hopes for the 3rd and then this book. Thanks for stopping, Laurel-Rain!


  4. I wasn’t aware of Ciji’s book. TSIC but of course, Cornwall leaped off the page at me and grabbed my attention. I’ll look for your thoughts on this one. Enjoy!


  5. Ah, the last Maeve Binchy book. So sad to have lost her, she was a fantastic author. I hope you love A Week in Winter and all your books.


  6. Aww I want That Summer In Cornwall, hope it’s as good as it sounds. Off to Amazon to see if it’s available for Kindle in Australia 🙂 Enjoy your reads!


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