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The Winter Sea
The Winter Sea | Susanna Kearsley
Carrie settles into the shadow of Slains Castle in Scotland, creates a heroine named for one of her own ancestors, and starts to write about the Jacobite invasion of 1708. When she can no longer tell the difference between today and centuries ago, is she dealing with an ancestral memory-- a memory that might destroy her?
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Laughterhp
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Wow! I loved this book! I honestly wasn‘t sure what to expect. I believe someone recommended this book to me IRL. I absolutely loved it. I loved both storylines and I loved all the Scottish history. I now want to read more books set in Scotland.

This was one of my #Roll100 books for December.
#WinterReadathon

PuddleJumper Brilliant! 1mo
Andrew65 I love her books, if you haven‘t read the tagged book I strongly recommend it. 1mo
Laughterhp @Andrew65 This was my first book by her! I‘ll check that one out. I do own this one, but haven‘t read it yet. 1mo
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DieAReader 🥳🥳🥳 1mo
Andrew65 @Laughterhp No I‘ve not read that one yet. 1mo
JamieArc I love all her books. She does an atmospheric setting so well. Some I love more than others, but only just a little 😊 1mo
Chrissyreadit A favorite of mine. 1mo
Laughterhp @DebinHawaii This probably would have ended up on my #AuldLangSpine list if I read it earlier this year! (For a bonus read, if you haven‘t read it) 😊 1mo
DebinHawaii @Laughterhp Thank you! I have not read it, so I‘ll add it to the list! 🤗 1mo
TNbookworm Bellwether is so good! 1mo
annahenke I am such a fan of all of this author‘s works. If you haven‘t read her catalog, enjoy!! 1mo
Laughterhp @annahenke This is the first one I‘ve read! So I‘m really looking forward to reading the rest of her work! 1mo
Laughterhp @TNbookworm Oh that‘s so good to know! I‘m hoping to read it in January! 1mo
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keys_on_fire
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Tagged book was my #doublespin for November, which I have already reviewed.

Kinda bummed that I didn‘t get a #bookspinbingo and my #novelnovember goal wasn‘t reached either. I blame Pokémon ?? Visiting family probably was a factor too. ? Excited for tomorrow so I can set up my December board!! ?

Should I do Christmas trees or stockings for my bingo board???

@TheAromaofBooks @Andrew65

melissajayne Stockings 2mo
Andrew65 I was going to say Christmas trees 🤣 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! Fantastic month!! 2mo
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keys_on_fire
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Tagged book is my pick for November‘s best book.
I haven‘t updated this #2022ReadingBracketChallenge since July! The second level choices have been so difficult that I can‘t imagine what it‘s going to be like to pick a winner. I‘m also surprised at how many non-fiction books have made it to the second round.
@chasjjlee

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keys_on_fire
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I found this book after my mom mentioned she‘d like to read a book based in the area of Scotland that our ancestors lived in Argyll. While I didn‘t really hit that mark with this pick, I found a story that absolutely absorbed me. I‘m a sucker for time travel books, and while I would say this is more of a dual timeline, I loved how the author created the link between the two. I will definitely be adding the next in the series to my January TBR!

keys_on_fire Finished November 29 2mo
JamieArc I love all of Kearsley‘s books. While I wouldn‘t normally pick up books with time travel or supernatural elements, her books do such a good job at creating a real sense of place that I always want to return to. 2mo
keys_on_fire @JamieArc - Yes! Such a great point. I could definitely see this translating into a movie or mini-series because of that fact. I'll have to do some digging to find out if any of her books have been translated to film... 2mo
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keys_on_fire
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It‘s so interesting to me when books you are reading throw out ideas and quotes that mimic your life at the moment.

suvata Great quote 2mo
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keys_on_fire
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I feel like this might be a tad ambitious because of the new Pokémon games coming out tomorrow, but I‘d really like to have a balance between reading, gaming and family time through the end of the month. By participating here with this goal, I hope to keep my reading from being the thing that slips!
Thanks, @Andrew65 !! #novelnovember

Andrew65 Great to have you with us, and you can set your goals around the Pokémon Games. 2mo
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Laughterhp
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The last few months I‘ve had a theme on my picks for #roll100

Here are the books for December.

Now I need to create a new list for 2023!

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keys_on_fire
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With a little snow/ice still lingering on the deck, I think it‘s a fine time to do a reading sprint of this book. Keeping cozy inside with the pup!

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TEArificbooks
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This is a good book to read if you are waiting for droughtlander to be over. It did slow in the middle and I thought maybe the writing could be more detailed and be less easy/light. However, I loved the concept that the historical fiction author wrote from the memories of her ancestors rather than just researching. I was more drawn to the 1708 plot line and felt it could have been an entire series in its own. Loved the ending.

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BookBosomed1
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My partner to our dog: “Bud, we‘re gonna be out here for awhile.” 🤣 Found a new-to-me local bookstore while camping in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. They‘re both so supportive of my love of books. I could‘ve spent hours (and dollars) in that bookstore, but I moved swiftly and only emerged with the tagged book. 🙌🏻

Gissy The good thing is that your partner understands your passion for books📚❤️And Bud seems so patient🐶❤️ 5mo
BookBosomed1 @Gissy Yes! She is a gem. Fred is also very patient. I‘m a fortunate gal. 5mo
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suvata
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I feel like I‘m cheating on Diana Gabaldon because I loved this dual-time historical romance (the first of the Slain series).

History has all but forgotten the spring of 1708, when an invasion fleet of French and Scottish soldiers nearly succeeded in landing the exiled James Stewart in Scotland to reclaim his crown.

Now, Carrie McClelland hopes to turn that story into her next bestselling novel.

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suvata
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Jerdencon
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Finished the tagged book for #newyearwhodis - thought it was good - loved the historical fiction part and setting in Scotland! Onto the next one!
@Kangaj1 @monalyisha

Nebklvr Kearsley‘s books are wonderful 13mo
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thegreentealibrarian
The Winter Sea | Susanna Kearsley
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And even more fun options! Two rereads. 😘😘

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Endowarrior21
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Thank you @Butterfinger I love everything @Chrissyreadit

Chrissyreadit ❤️🙌😍 2y
Butterfinger I was so worried about the key chain. I liked it so much I got one too. 2y
Butterfinger I just realized I put mine up when I was sick and forgot about it. I just started getting my act together yesterday. Yippee. 2y
Endowarrior21 @Butterfinger I completely forgot too 2y
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Smashworks
The Winter Sea | Susanna Kearsley

She recalled her father saying, ‘Men who watch, and say but little, very often are much wiser than the men they serve.‘

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Smashworks
The Winter Sea | Susanna Kearsley

‘Hope,‘ he told her, ‘rarely enters into it. ‘Tis action moves the world. If ye mind nothing else I‘ve taught ye of the game of chess, mind that: ye cannot leave your men to stand unmoving on the board and hope to win. A soldier must first step upon the battlefield if he does mean to cross it.‘ Colonel Graeme speaking to Sophia

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Caroline2
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Bailedbailed

Hmm, it probably wasn‘t a good idea to read another historical fiction so soon after a Penman book. This felt very fluffy and a bit boring. The constant back and forth between the past and present storylines felt jarring. Meh.

rockpools Oh, what a shame! 2y
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IhoardBOOKS
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As a general rule I care very little for romance. It appears I have an exception to that rule though and her name is Susanna Kearsley. I haven‘t read a book by her that I‘ve disliked yet.
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Historical fiction romance, The Winter Sea follows writer Carrie who starts to have dreams of what she thought was the book she was working on but very well may be ancestral memories letting her know what happened to her ancestors many years ago.

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MaureenMc
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I loved this dual timeline story of a historical fiction author apparently channeling the memories of an ancestor in Jacobite uprising era Scotland. I actually enjoyed both timelines equally, which can be rare for these types of books. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

LeahBergen I liked this one, too! 2y
MsMelissa This was the first of Kearsley‘s books I read. She‘s one of my favourite authors, although I admit to bailing on a couple of her more recent books. 2y
MaureenMc @LeahBergen @MsMelissa This was my first Kearsley. I‘ve already picked up the other book in this series. 😁 2y
MsMelissa That‘s one of the ones I bailed on 😂 (I‘ve always meant to try again, it may just have been my mood). The other book I didn‘t like was this one 2y
robinb On my TBR…love Kearsley! 2y
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RoxyWilde
The Winter Sea | Susanna Kearsley
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I find myself going in and out of being able to focus on books. My reading lately has been happening in small chunks throughout the day. Better than no reading at all I suppose.

OnlyYoo I feel like being quarantined my ability to concentrate at all has gone down 😕 3y
RoxyWilde @OnlyYoo I think I need to spend less time watching the news and reading social media and more time on my nature walks. Don‘t know if it‘ll improve my reading but it may ease my anxious mind a bit. 3y
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sprainedbrain
The Winter Sea | Susanna Kearsley
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Carrie is a modern-day bestselling author in Scotland to write her next historical fiction novel centered around the 1708 attempted Jacobite invasion. She creates Sophia, the heroine of her story, based on an ancestor of her own, but soon finds the story is writing itself, and is more fact than fiction.

A Scottish castle on the sea, romance, fantastic writing, two brilliantly put together stories...and total goosebumps at the end.❤️❤️

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Chrissyreadit One of my favorite books!!! 3y
sprainedbrain @Chrissyreadit I can totally see why! 3y
Eyelit I‘ve had this on my kindle forever... I think I need to bump it up and finally read it this year. 😄 3y
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BarbaraBB This sounds so good. 3y
LeahBergen I really liked this one, too! 3y
LeeRHarry I read my first Susanna Kearsley at the end of last year and loved it - stacked ! 3y
tdrosebud I loved this book! 3y
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llwheeler
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#weeklyforecast
Finish The Winter Sea & Little Women (audio)
Continue with LotR for #FellowshipofTolkien
50 more pgs of Dune for #ChunksterChallenge2020
Start the Kate Elliott short stories for #BookSpin

I think it's gonna be a good week 😊

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llwheeler
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#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

1. LotR, The Winter Sea, Dune, Little Women

2. None finished yet, The Winter Sea will be the first. Loving it so far!

3. Read more diversely (I say, with a particularly non-diverse currently reading list 😬) ; read min. 50 from owned, physical tbr (2/4 of currently reading, not bad)

JulAnna I am reading Little Women as my first book of the year 😊 3y
llwheeler @JulAnna nice! I decided to reread before seeing the new movie since I couldn't remember much. I'm enjoying it. 3y
rachelsbrittain Those are such great goals! Definitely hoping to do more of all that myself as well 😅 3y
llwheeler @rachelsbrittain I wish us both good luck! Haha 3y
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llwheeler
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My new year's day so far: book, tea, sleepy purring cat ❤️

I always like to start the new year with an immersive read that I can just sink into. I'm only a chapter into this, but so far it feels like exactly that.

Amiable Sounds like a perfect day! 3y
Lcsmcat My day exactly. Except my cat has more white on him. 😻 3y
llwheeler @Amiable I agree 😊 3y
llwheeler @Lcsmcat 😻😸 3y
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MeganAnn
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This book kept me up late last night and had me up early this morning to finish it. I love how Kearsley ties together her present day heroine and the heroine in the past in her books with ancestral memories.

I also enjoyed reading about the earlier Jacobites and the 1708 rising to put King James back on the throne in Scotland. Ever since Outlander I‘ve had a soft spot for Scotland but hadn‘t read much on this period yet.

sprainedbrain I need to get to this one... I really loved her The Rose Garden, and this book sounds lovely. 3y
MeganAnn @sprainedbrain I think you would like it! I enjoyed The Rose Garden as well. My favorite of her books so far was 3y
Chrissyreadit She is one of my favorite authors. I loved this book. 3y
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Jhullie
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I have wanted to read this for years and finally managed to snag a copy. It is a lovely story of love and loss, time-blend and history with a gentle heroine and an altogether more feisty author, and plenty of small glimpses of the connections between the two. I enjoyed the book but do think it might have suffered a bit through the narration which, although well done, felt a little staid and teacher-like to me. #Audible

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Johanna414
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This has been my “waiting for the kids to fall asleep” read on my kindle this month and I loved it! Sort of quiet and slow, it‘s definitely a change of pace from what I‘ve been reading lately. The story was engaging and the history seemed well researched. It was my first Kearsley book, but I‘ll definitely read more!

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Jhullie
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I discovered Audible and am now an avid listener on my daily commute. Also I joined NetGalley which in turn caused me to embrace a Kindle, something I never thought I would do. I still buy paperbacks though and read constantly so just the formats have altered slightly.
#changes

Chrissyreadit My reading has increased close to pre illness amount, and I feel like I have a community. I missed talking about books and being around people who love books. I tried several times to start a book group with no luck. And was not invited to join any local ones (which was ok- very different taste in reading).Litsy filled the gap. 4y
saguarosally I had started reading more at first. Now oddly enough I‘m reading way less than I did before Litsy. I tried swaps but then I went to a life on the road. So really I just read less now. 😳 4y
Jhullie @Chrissyreadit me too. None of the (very few) local book clubs were my thing and I have found my kindred spirits on Litsy. 4y
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Jhullie @saguarosally I tried some swaps too must after spending an inordinate amount of time and money on an international swap it went missing from her front porch which soured it for me. A life on the road sounds amazing, so tell me more. 4y
saguarosally @Jhullie I took up a career where I‘m on the road pretty much all the time. So I go out when I can and take pictures of things, it‘s great fun. 4y
Megabooks @saguarosally @Jhullie I‘m not a fan of swaps either. I found the whole thing too stressful. I‘m glad other people enjoy it, though! 4y
Princess-Kingofkings I've been willing and enjoyed reading other genres. I had never listened to an audiobook before joining Litsy. I've also felt free to quit reading a book I didn't enjoy and just move on. 4y
Chrissyreadit @Jhullie @Megabooks I‘m so bummed your experiences with swaps burned you out. I‘ve had two bad experiences, but I have had mostly good ones. I enjoyed it enough I‘m planning on organizing my second one this summer. I totally get it‘s not for everyone- I‘m bummed because I feel more connected by having done them, and it stinks that not every experience is good. 4y
Megabooks @Chrissyreadit I feel like to make the swap as special as I‘d want it to be, I‘d have to spend more money than I have. I know there are ways to get around this, but 🤷🏻‍♀️. Plus I tend to read more ebooks and digital audiobooks than physical copies, so that‘s probably the biggest reason right now. 4y
Chrissyreadit @Megabooks you make sense- I‘m happy with everyone on Litsy, I‘m just bummed that swaps have been bad for people too. I have gotten into ebooks with Litsy because I‘m reading more in short bursts. Do you find it hard to remember what a book is about? I‘m struggling that I can‘t flip an ebook and read the back cover..... 4y
Jerdencon Net galley, ok swaps,postal book clubs - and definitely reading much more than I did before 4y
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erinreads
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Doing some classy reading last night out of a plastic cup, 10000 feet in the air. My TV was broken on my flight, so the wine was free! 💃🏼 Now I‘m home and I will finish this book this weekend if it‘s the last thing I do since I‘ve been reading it forever. 🤞🏻

MichaelK I'll trade TV for free wine any day 😂 4y
farrahkohn Me as well! Lucky you! 4y
CouronneDhiver Nice trade off 👌🏽 4y
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Chrissyreadit
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A favorite sub genre is #timewarp and these are books I loved - the three children‘s books left a lasting impact. The After Cilmeri series seems to be more unknown but oh so good! -#musicalnewyear

Chrissyreadit @Birdsong28 thanks! Jane was on my TBR. I added How to stop time. 😘 4y
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JamieArc I do love me some Susannah Kearsley! 4y
Littlestbookshelf I absolutely loved The Winter Sea and Outlander. I need to try the other books. 4y
Cinfhen Interesting!! Time warp as a sub genre!!! 4y
vivastory Great collage! 👍 4y
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Littlestbookshelf
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The Winter Sea was my favorite book of 2018. I love Scottish and Jacobite history! Carrie McClelland is writing a novel and rents a cottage next to Slains Castle where her novel takes place. As she writes, she realizes more and more that her words are more than fiction. This book had me reeling for more. I couldn‘t even pick up another book for a couple of weeks because I didn‘t want to stop thinking about the characters of this book.

lahousewyfe Stacked! 4y
Emilymdxn Did this woman also write a book called Mariana??? I feel like I recognise the name from somewhere but can‘t quite place it 4y
MKbookworm One of my favorites as well. 4y
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tdrosebud I read this last year as well and it was one of my top for the year. I'm excited to read more from her 4y
Littlestbookshelf @Emilymdxn yes she did! That is in my tbr list. I have heard that one is good as well! 4y
Emilymdxn @Littlestbookshelf amazing thought it was her! I read it quite a long time ago - I think it might have been my first book bought from the adult not teen section of my local bookshop, but I remember it being a favourite for a long time and I thought it was brilliant, really hope you like it too! 4y
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KT224
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If this book is anything like her other books I‘ve read, I know it‘s going to be good 😍 I can‘t wait to start reading! Susanna Kearsley writes masterpieces that are a beautiful blend of history and modern day 💜

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erinreads
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A little something for me, a little something for the cat. I think I‘ve reached peak me: books and cats. 🤷🏼‍♀️
I received an Amazon gift card for hitting 10 years at work, so I had to strategically buy books I didn‘t already have on my wishlist or told my family I wanted for Christmas. One is for for #Booked2019, one is for #pop19 (is that what we‘re using for the Popsugar Reading Challenge?), and one is just for fun.

gradcat Good for you (& your cat!), Erin 👍 4y
JSW Love this book. Hope your cat appreciates the gift. 😝 4y
Crazeedi I read this, I enjoyed it 4y
Littlestbookshelf This book is one of my absolute favorites!! Oh how I wish I could erase my memory and read it again. 4y
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wen4blu
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Up next. This book has been on my Goodreads recommendation list for ages, so it's time to give it a try.

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tdrosebud
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I loved this book! The story drew me in. I loved how Kearsley had the older story be what the current time MC was writing. Most books of this nature just alternate timelines with the chapters. I look forward to reading more by Kearsley.
#backpackeurope @JenP @bookwormm

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MKbookworm
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A novelist staying in Scotland while writing a book about the 1708 Jacobite rising, discovers a unique bond with a distant ancestor. I fell deeply in love with this story. A new favorite. I am immediately going to track down others works by the author.

toofondofbooks Kearsley is an automatic buy for me. I love her stories. 5y
MKbookworm @toofondofbooks I have a feeling she will be for me too. I plan on getting Firebird tomorrow with the last of my B&N gift card stash from Christmas. (edited) 5y
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MKbookworm
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Hoping to finish this one before the rain rolls in...about 30 pages left

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Next up from a swap thank you @MyBookSwapClub

vkois88 Oh, this was a good one!!! I read this last year 5y
Ddzmini I can‘t wait to jump into it 📖😋 @vkois88 5y
JamieArc I love Susannah Kearsley books! The setting becomes a character itself. It‘s easy to imagine yourself there. 5y
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JenHiga This has been on my shelf for a few years, great reminder to add back to my TBR 5y
Ddzmini @JamieArc I‘m already hooked 👈🏼 @JenHiga 5y
RinaBrahmbhattBarot Hope you liked the book :) 5y
Ddzmini @MyBookSwapClub yes I did thank you so much 🙏 5y
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MKbookworm
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I set this one aside to finish a library book when I returned from Scotland but am back into it now and wow, I am thoroughly sucked in, I am in love! My first book by Susanna Kearsley but if it continues like this, will definitely not be my last. #currentlyreading

Chrissyreadit I LOVE this book and most of her others. She is one of my favorite authors. 5y
MKbookworm @Chrissyreadit I hadn‘t heard of her before. I happened upon this one at a book sale and I am so glad I did! 5y
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Kindredanne
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I got this at the bookstore tonight! It was recommended by a friend who said if I love Outlander I will love this book!! So excited because I am an Outlander fanatic!! #iloveoutlander #scotlandobsessed 📚

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“So, you see, my heart is held forever by this place,” she said. “I cannot leave.”

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toofondofbooks
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Susanna Kearsley is an automatic buy author for me. Her stories are well written with likable characters and perfect for a light fun read.

vkois88 I loved Winter Sea. I need to read all of the others... but what I really need is about 6 extra uninterrupted hours in the day to get through all of my books 5y
Erinsuereads Those covers are just gorgeous. That is one of my favorite historical eras to read about 5y
JenHiga Ooh those covers are fabulous ❤️ I only have Winter Sea. 5y
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julieloverofbooks
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I slogged through this book until about the 50% mark and wasn‘t sure I was going to get through it. I‘m not a big romance person but love history but it felt like the author was taking a piece of history and just plugging her story in the spaces and was so choppy. At about halfway though, the story focused more on the historical characters and definitely found its stride. I even enjoyed the romantic element lol. Will read more books by her!

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CharissaWeaksAuthor
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I needed historical + romance, so The Winter Sea it is!

DefLeppard Sounds good, what is it like so far? 5y
CharissaWeaksAuthor @Tamora1979 I really like it. My friend said it has a good romance thread and that the historical side is fabulous. We shall see! Good so far! 5y
DefLeppard Cool, I adore historical fiction so might look out for this one. Thank you. 😊 5y
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CharissaWeaksAuthor @Tamora1979 Me too! She has several novels. My friend has read 5 of them and says this has the best romance thread. But she enjoyed all of the books. 5y
annahenke I love this author and this is my favorite of her books! 5y
DefLeppard Think I am going to have to start collecting! 😂 5y
Zelma She is one of my all-time favorite authors. The Rose Garden has been my favorite of hers so far. 5y
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julieloverofbooks
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A “brand new to me” author that I‘m very excited about! I‘ve been trying to only read one book at a time and have been doing pretty good but just couldn‘t resist starting this! Anyone read her stuff?

rubyslippersreads No, but she's been on my TBR list forever. 5y
julieloverofbooks Mine too! Finally decided it was time to check her out 😊 5y
Chrissyreadit One of my favorite books by a favorite author! 5y
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