Very true 😍📚📚
Good morning book mail 😁
1. That‘s an excellent question. I started Whole30 this week, so something that fits in that program.
2. Practical Magic
3. Another good question. I‘ve had a hard & slow start this year, so as long as I read something.
So...I don't know if I'm not in the right mood, or if this just isn't my series. I liked some of the world-building in the first one, but Merit and her friends are annoying me at this point. I'm letting this one go for now. Maybe I'll come back to it, but I'm not torn up either way.
1️⃣ So many favorites, but the first one that came to mind this morning was Nowhere in Africa.
2️⃣ Whale watching from the shore of Brier Island, Nova Scotia after my breakfast of scallops on toast.
4️⃣ Orange 🍊
5️⃣ Love or Hate black licorice? 🖤
1) usually 'you guys', but sometimes I get a bit country and say y'all.
2) 3 (self taught, regionally it's usually said with 2)
3) Listy, Goodreads, Audible, Thrift Books, LibraryThing (which I just added), and Amazon since I get a lot of books there.
4) Work tonight and then probably binge watch This Is Us when I get home.
5) anyone who hasn't done it yet.
The second book in this series is even better than the first. Secrets are revealed. A mystery is solved (by the heroine, of course). The heroine becomes more badass. Foreshadowing of future conflict happens. All in all really fun.
Ignore this cover. The paperback and ebook covers are way better.
The story just gets better and better! This was a character development book and we got to see Merit began to accept her fate as she began to learn about Cadogan House and her duties. You will immediately want to start the next one so have it handy!
❤Beauty & The Beast Moment! ❤
He paused in front of the doors that I knew led to the library, but hadn‘t yet had time to explore.
I stepped beside him. He slid me a glance. “You‘ve not been inside?”
I shook my head.
He seemed gratified by my answer, an oddly satisfied smile on his face, and gripped the door handles with both hands. He twisted, pushed, and opened the doors. “Sentinel, your library.”