Happy Monday! I love when we have short weeks like this—three work days, then four days off. Yippee!!! (Oh, and Happy Thanksgiving!) I didn't read a ton over the last week, but I did finish A Lady Unrivaled. All the praise hands!
What I read last week:
A Lady Unrivaled by Roseanna M. White. The first half of this novel was a bit slower than I'd have liked (which is why it was so easy for other books to take precedence), but the second half? So, so good! (4 stars)
Trust My Heart by Carol J. Post. While I enjoyed many aspects of this novel, I struggled to really connect with it. (3 stars)
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Ace Collins. This is a 31-day devotional that also includes background info about some beloved Christmas carols and recipes for pampering your loved ones. (5 stars)
A December Bride by Denise Hunter. While I've read this novella before, I wanted to reread it prior to the movie version's premiere on the Hallmark Channel. It's just as good as I remembered. (4-1/2 stars)
What I'm reading now:
Finding Margo by Jen Turano. The first few pages didn't capture me; here's hoping that changes soon!
Kissing Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn. This is the third installment in Gunn's Father Christmas novella series (after Finding Father Christmas—which was just made into a Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie—and Engaging Father Christmas). I'm only about three pages in, but so far, so good!
What I'll read next:
A Royal Christmas Wedding by Rachel Hauck. I've loved all of Hauck's Royal Wedding novels, so I'm eagerly anticipating this one.
What books are you reading right now? Have you read any of these? Let me know in the comments, and check out other posts from the linkup.
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