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Bekkers
The Golden Couple: A Novel | Sarah Pekkanen, Greer Hendricks
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Book #38 of 2022, fast paced thriller. Never knew what was going to happen next. One of my top five reads so far this year!

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bookaholic1
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#38
Nice while walking

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Allthebookclubs
Dreaming of Flight | Catherine Ryan Hyde
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I went into this without knowing anything but the cover synopsis. An easy read, about a sweet 11 year old boy who was orphaned as an infant and is being raised with his disabled brother by their older sister. Stewie‘s connection to the world is complex yet compassionate. His friendship with Marilyn is endearing and they truly help each other in the end. Stewie is so precious. This is a story about, connections. Book #38 in 2022

Allthebookclubs I find that end of life care is awful, our parents do everything for us when we‘re born until we‘re at least 18, and many parents continue to help their kids in so many ways well into adulthood. The fact that this family could not find it in their hearts to consider their mothers final chapter in life and try to make it the best for her is infuriating.

7mo
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limada
A Rip Through Time: A Novel | Kelley Armstrong
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Excited about this new series from Kelley Armstrong. I love her writing and I've yet to be disappointed by anything she's written and this one is no exception. I'll be waiting to find out what happens to Mallory next. #38-2022

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Danay
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22 #38 This is a spin-off from the Tradd Street mysteries and I think I like it even better! Can‘t wait for the next one!

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WJCintron
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Mehso-so

Book #38

✅ An Unlikely Detective: The Stranger | Harlan Coben ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

I think it fits the prompt, because he's trying to solve the mystery & find his wife.

Unfortunately, this wasn't for me. All the situation dragged & it was annoying. Plus it was quite predictable. I never cared about the MC, the wife, or the kid.
I'll watch the series, maybe this will be one of those rare cases when the adaptation is better that the book? Will see...

5feet.of.fury I agree with the “unlikely detective” aspect. I also like that he was pretty bad at it? I dislike when you have a normal person and they‘re losing tails and knocking people out with one punch like Bourne Identity and they‘re an accountant or something 😂 11mo
WJCintron @5feet.of.fury You have a point! 😃👍 11mo
WJCintron UPDATE:
I'm glad to say, I really enjoyed the series. I'm happy it wasn't a disappointment. Great actors! I'll definitely check his other books and series. Now I'm intrigued. 😃
11mo
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ShelbyA7
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Book #38: Ah, I think rereading this series is going to become an annual thing. One of the best parts of this reread was being on ACOTAR tiktok. I got to see so much stuff that I had to skip over last year in order to avoid spoilers. I had a much greater appreciation for the Nessian moments from reading ACOSF and their ACOMAF deleted scene. Always sad to leave this world.

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Danay
Fortune Funhouse | Jana DeLeon
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21 #38 This is the most recent in this series. I love these books. So lighthearted and fun! Can‘t wait for the next one!

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Danay
Bless the Bride | Rhys Bowen
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21 #38 Will Daniel and Molly finally marry? 😉

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bookaholic1
A Million Little Things | Susan Mallery
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Mehso-so

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I love Susan Mallery books, but one character named Jen was a bit too winey for my taste