Sunday Post

Book arrivals: (linked to Mailbox Monday)

Discovering You by Brenda Novak (6:1)  keep me posted (review 4:19)  jane steele (putnam)

Crushed by Deborah Coonts  the park of sunset dreams (Dare Valley #6)  Blue Stars (Trade PB)

Last week on Bookfan:

  • Review: The House on Primrose Pond


Reading plan for this week:

Lone Heart Pass (4:26)  summer at little beach street bakery (3:22)

38 thoughts on “Sunday Post

  1. Oh you are getting on to Lone Heart Pass in good time, I have a few other reads I need to get through first. Jane Steele being one of them! I bet the Jenny Colgan one will be a fun read.


    • Hi Kathryn, I was in need of a comfort read so I shuffled the Jodi Thomas book in earlier than planned. She never disappoints 🙂 I’m hoping to read the Steele book soon – I’m curious as it’s a bit different for me. I loved the first book in the Colgan series and can’t wait to dig into the new one. Have a good week.


  2. We really do read many of the same books…I read Blue Stars and Keep Me Posted…I really loved them…and I have Jane Steele. Now that seems like a different book for you?


    • Oh good, I’m glad you liked them. Yes, Jane Steele isn’t my normal type of read but I’m a fan of Jane Eyre so I’m taking a chance 🙂


    • Not completely epistolary but I paged through it and can see there are several letters. I hope to read it in the next few weeks.


  3. Hi Mary,

    I have heard of a couple of your authors before, however I have never previously read anything by any of your authors this week.

    I particularly like the sound of ‘Discovering You’ and ‘Blue Stars’. I don’t tend to read much contemporary romance, however both my choices appear to have more substantial storylines and stronger characters.

    Thanks for sharing and enjoy your chosen books for this week 🙂



  4. I just receive Keep Me Posted and read it already. I loved it. I’ll look forward to reading your thoughts about it. I’ve read a diffrent novel by Jenny Colgan before and love it too. Have a great week!


  5. Quite the list! I am curious about Jane Steele,have just been able to reserve it at the library.


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