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November Reads Roundup!

Here’s what I read last month.  I read 4 books, most of which I started in October and then got lazy about finishing apparently! I think from now on this is how I will post about the books I read. I track what I read through Goodreads so I’ve linked up the books to their site if anyone would like to read the synopses.

 

Christmas Wishes by Debbie Macomber – 5/5

This book has 2 reprints of Debbie’s older books of which I hadn’t previously read.  I downloaded it on my Kindle last year I think…naturally after I started reading it, I found the paperback version at my mom’s house LOL!  I really enjoyed both stories. They were so sweet and had wonderful happy endings that I enjoyed.  I seriously smiled the whole time reading this book!

 

Heart in the Right Place by Carolyn Jourdan – 4/5

I was lent this book by a fellow Kindle owning friend. What a great book! It had lots of laugh out loud moments and some really heartfelt moments too. It’s not my usual type of read, however I highly recommend this book!

 

The Azalea Assault by Alyse Carlson – 3/5

A new to me cozy author. This book is the first in the series.  I had really high hopes of loving it but it dragged on a bit for me. I think the “who done it” was rather obvious and I think there were way too many characters introduced for a first book of a series.

 

Sisterhood Everlasting by Ann Brashares – 5/5

Oh my…this book is had me laughing at times and shedding tears at other times. I really had no idea what to expect when I picked this up at the grocery store. I don’t want to say too much and spoil it for anyone. If you have read the other Sisterhood books or have seen the movies, this is a definite MUST READ!!

 

Have you read any good books lately?

 

 

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