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Friday Reads: Up and Away

When I travel (which I will be this coming week) I inevitably take three books with me. One for the outbound flight. One for the return flight. And a backup book in case Book A or Book B is, well, a dud.

I think sometimes I spend more time picking my three books than I do all the other things that go into planning a trip–booking everything, making arrangements, packing, et al.

Those three books get A LOT of consideration.

But here is my dilemma with this lot.

Egads, what to read first? This is like the gold strike of romance novels.

I know one certain thing: None of these will be a dud.

Laura Lee Guhrke? (The Trouble with True Love) I know the characters will wrench at my heart!

Loretta Chase? (A Duke in Shining Armor) Always fills me with laughter and good cheer.

Lorraine Heath. (Beyond Scandal and Desire) I


, mean, come on. It’s Lorraine Heath. Need I say more?

No. I don’t think I need to.

I think I am more excited about the reading material than I am the trip. So tell me, what three books are you in a dither over right now?

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2 comments to “Friday Reads: Up and Away”

  1. Maryellen Webber
    March 9th, 2018 at 5:43 am · Link

    Loved A Duke In Shinning Armor!!! Great choices to bring in your trip. I’m looking forward to Grace Burrowes newest book, You must read a debut novel by Karen Odden called A Lady In The Smoke. It’s a wonderful Victorian mystery. Safe travels!!!!

    • Elizabeth
      March 10th, 2018 at 2:17 pm · Link

      Grace Burrowes has a new book coming out? must check it out. And I adore historical mysteries. Will definitely go find this author! Thanks for the recommendations!

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