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Jamaica Beach Read – Ice Creams At Carringtons

My first vacation read was Ice Cream At Carringtons by Alexandra Brown. I had read all of her other Carrington’s books and couldn’t wait to read this one! I LOVE the Georgie character and can’t wait to read about her … Continue reading

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Christmas At Carrington’s

This is the second book I’ve read by Alexandra Brown! I’ve got her next book lined up to read too! Loved this stylish book! From Amazon: A deliciously indulgent read and the follow up to Cupcakes at Carrington’s. Set in … Continue reading

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The Gift Of A Lifetime

The Gift Of A Lifetime is a great read by Melissa Hill ! It’s the second book I’ve read of hers and I think when I’m getting ready for April tropical vacation I will add a few of her books … Continue reading

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First Comes Love

This book had me in tears a few times! Sad tears and then happy tears! Losing their brother Daniel almost destroyed the sisters relationship but LOVE heals. From Amazon: Growing up, Josie and Meredith Garland shared a loving, if sometimes … Continue reading

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Fractured

Have read all of Catherine McKenzie’s books and loved them. This one I read in a weekend!  Could not put it down! Maybe I say this with all the books I read, but would love to see this one made … Continue reading

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Christmas In Paris (book!)

Loved this book by Anita Hughes. A nice Christmas staycation read! Makes me want to visit Paris some day.  (but not for Christmas!) From Amazon: Isabel Lawson is standing on the balcony of her suite at the Hotel de Crillon … Continue reading

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The Gin And Chowder Club

Another excellent read by Nan Rossiter! Reading it I felt like I was sitting on the Outer Cape! From Amazon: The friendship between the Coleman and Shepherd families is as old and comfortable as the neighboring houses they occupy each … Continue reading

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