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Lizwarnerpdx
An Echo in the Bone | Diana Gabaldon
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Boo #7 in the series. This book is quite different than the earlier ones which have started where the last left off. This one starts prior to the ending of the last, but from a different point of view. While Claire & Jamie could never be supporting characters of the story - lord John & William are much more prominent with much of the story from their point of view. It‘s not my favorite because of that - but I get it‘s importance in future books.

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CoffeeNBooks
To the Nines | Janet Evanovich
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Yes I know Stephanie is going to get herself in ridiculous situations, and yes I know that Morelli and Ranger are going to come to her rescue. Yet still I enjoy reading these books! In this one, Stephanie gets herself mixed up in something much bigger while trying to find someone who skipped out on his visa bond.

LeeRHarry I still enjoy this series too. You know what you‘re going to get every time but you‘re there for the ride anyway 😊 1w
Seekingtardis Haha I think I‘m on like 20 or something and I always come back at some point! 😂 and I still love it even when I know what‘s going to happen! 1w
CoffeeNBooks @Seekingtardis I stopped at book #7 several years ago, and I'm so glad I picked them up again! I don't know how many I'll read before I take a break again, but for now I'm really enjoying them. 1w
CarolynM I'm still reading them too. They're formulaic and fairly repetitive but I usually get a laugh out of them. 1w
jewright I love these books. They are predictable but always funny. 1w
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Bekkers
Honeysuckle Summer | Sherryl Woods
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Book #17 for 2022, book #7 down of Sweet Magnolias 4 more to go!

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Amiable
Untitled | Anonymous
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Hmm. I‘m going to go with: 1, because it combines two things I love —books and travel; and 4, because it would come in handy when I‘m reading nonfiction.
How about you guys?

brittanybooks 3 and 6 for sure! 2mo
KateReadsYA 4 and 8 🙂 2mo
BookDadGirlDad I'm with @brittanybooks. 3 and 6 (maybe 8 if 6 was my net income) 2mo
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MicrobeMom It is a #2 and #3 for me! (edited) 2mo
DogMomIrene 1 and 6 🤓 2mo
Clare-Dragonfly 1 and 6! @DogMomIrene twins!!! 😄 2mo
DogMomIrene @Clare-Dragonfly 👏🏼It‘s a winning combo. Write a best seller and then travel to all the book stores to meet readers 2mo
LiteraryinLawrence Hmm. Definitely 2 and then I think 8! 2mo
LiteraryinLawrence What do you think @BennettBookworm ? 2mo
Kdgordon88 1 and 2, I think 2mo
BennettBookworm @LiteraryinLawrence yes I think 2 and 6! 2mo
youneverarrived 2 & 8 for me 2mo
Ddzmini 1 & 4 and if not those two 3 & 8 would work 🤗📖🤨 2mo
UwannaPublishme I‘d probably opt for #1 and #7. But if I‘m traveling to all those bookstores, I‘ll definitely need #2. 😆 2mo
Amiable @brittanybooks @KateReadsYA @BookDadGirlDad @MicrobeMom @DogMomIrene @Clare-Dragonfly @LiteraryinLawrence @Kdgordon88 @BennettBookworm @youneverarrived @Ddzmini @UwannaPublishme I think it‘s fascinating that none of us picked 5! Which two authors would you pick to bring back? I might pick John Steinbeck. And possibly Sue Grafton, because it drives me crazy that she didn‘t finish the alphabet! (edited) 2mo
DogMomIrene #5 is scary🧟but I see the appeal of Sue Grafton. I haven‘t read those books, but I‘ve got the OCDs😉 2mo
Kdgordon88 Sue Grafton is an excellent choice! Jane Austen would be my second pick. 2mo
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fictionaddictbooks
Give Me Your Hand | Megan Abbott
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Eggs Well done 👍🏼 2mo
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Kris10H
Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Book #7
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This is one of my very favorite books since I first read it a couple of years ago. I heard that the audiobook was great, too, so now here I am. The performances - not just reading - were amazing, and did what I didn't think was possible, by making the characters even more real than Reid had already succeeded in making them. ❤❤❤ But why aren't they real??? I would give up chocolate for a year, just for a copy of their album, Aurora.

Kris10H My husband was playing on the XBox while I was crocheting and listening to the book. After listening for a while, he says "what band is this?", thinking that it was a work of non-fiction. That, to me, is the sign of a good book. 3mo
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Bekkers
Stealing Home | Sherryl Woods
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Book #7 done for 2022. Loved the Netflix series so far, book just as good

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Danay
The Paris Dressmaker | Kristy Cambron
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22 #7 This book took forever to get through. A couple of reasons. First and foremost it wasn‘t an “I can‘t wait to get back to it” situation for me. Interesting enough to finish and I liked it fine. Secondly, I am binge watching “The Crown” and that IS an “I can‘t wait to get back to it” situation. 😂

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Allylu
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I had to read this book in the Once Upon A Con series before I read Bookish and The Beast. I‘m glad I did. They were cleverly tied together, and I‘m sure Bookish… will be, too. Truly entertaining for this Fangirl, with all its name dropping. I had a blast reading it and can‘t wait to read the next one! #7 #BookSpinBingo #25 #BFC22 #JUMPSTART2022 #SERIES2022 #20in4 #Pantone2022ColoutChallenge SuperSonic #TidyBookshelfDiverseReading #Wintercosy

Clwojick Ohh! Thanks for the reminder! I read the first one but never finished the series. 💖 4mo
TheSpineView Awesome! 🤩📖 4mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 4mo
Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 4mo
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dainarmb
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Nothing particularly groundbreaking, but I felt her voice speaking about her trauma, and I felt her personality coating her words. I enjoyed it! TBD whether it counts towards #4 or #7 on the 2022 Stronger Spine Book Challenge.