Books I can't wait to read!

Do you know what I love about air travel? When I have nothing but time, to get lost in a book, I'm a pretty fast reader.

Today I had a two hour flight, to Orlando, gifting me time to finish the book I was reading, The Never Never Sisters.  Sadly I didn't love it, it was good but not a must read.

I took a quick nap once I arrived and started The Marrying of Chani Kaufman.  A book I'm VERY excited to read.

After reading this book, I will be ready for a summer selection.  I can tell Summer is approaching based solely on books like the ones listed below.  Beach reads, with substance.

Have you read any of these books?  They have caught my attention.

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A Triple Knot (pub date: July 8, 2014) Joan of Kent, the renowned beauty and niece of King Edward III, seems blessed with a life of royal privilege until her father is executed for treason and she becomes a ward of the king, living amongst those who deem her the daughter of a traitor. Joan begins to understand the brutal constraints and dangers inherent in being of royal blood. There is one at court who loves her, but his love proves the greatest threat of all.

As an impetuous teenager, she escapes into a clandestine marriage in a bid for freedom, then must hide it for nearly a decade, as her guardians marry her off to another man. After her first husband’s death, Joan—now a mother of four—enters into another scandalous relationship, this time with the heir to the British throne, Prince Edward, hero of Crécy and Poitiers, who has loved her all along. But his devotion comes at a terrible price. Haunted by nightmares of her father’s execution and the ruthlessness of her royal kin, Joan must reconcile her passion for the crown prince with her own conscience.

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Little Island: Grace, Flowers, By the water, Have fun!

These are Grace’s mother’s last words – left behind on a note. A note that Grace interprets as instructions for her memorial service. And so her far-flung clan will gather at their inn on Little Island, Maine, to honor her.

Twenty years ago, a tragedy nearly destroyed the Little family – and still defines them. Grace, her husband Gar, and their three grown children, Joy, Roger and Tamar each played a role in what transpired. But this weekend, they will discover that there is more than pain and heartbreak that binds their family together, when a few simple words lift the fog and reveal what truly matters.

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One Hundred Names (pub date: May 6, 2014): Scandal has derailed journalist Kitty Logan’s career, a setback that is soon compounded by an even more devastating loss. Constance, the woman who taught Kitty everything she knew, is dying. At her mentor’s bedside, Kitty asks her, “What is the one story you always wanted to write?”

The answer lies in a single sheet of paper buried in Constance’s office—a list of one hundred names—with no notes or explanation. But before Kitty can ask her friend, it is too late.

Determined to unlock the mystery and rebuild her own shaky confidence, Kitty throws herself into the investigation, tracking down each of the names on the list and uncovering their connection. Meeting these ordinary people and learning their stories, Kitty begins to piece together an unexpected portrait of Constance’s life . . . and starts to understand her own.

7 comments

  1. I enjoyed One Hundred Names...and love the look and sound of Little Island. Enjoy! Thanks for visiting my blog...and yes, I did update it. Glad you like it.

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  2. These seem like good summer choices --enjoy

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  3. I'm intrigued by the premise of One Hundred Names :)

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  4. I'm intrigued by the concept of One Hundred Names -- and I love the cover!

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  5. I love Cecelia Ahern's books. My pile it just too big, so I'm skipping this one for now. Hope you'll love it!

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  6. I agree... plane time is total book time ;)

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  7. Maybe that's why I love plains, trains, ferries and buses: for the chance to fully indulge in reading! Nice post. :-)

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