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Spring in Books

So while I know many of you are beginning to think Fall and Autumn, Down Under we are eyeing up Spring. So I thought today I’d look at books with Spring in their title that I’ve read.

book cover Spring Fever by Mary Kay Andrews was a great listen. Very entertaining and Kathleen McInerney made it even more so. I loved her voices for the characters, especially Sophie.

This is the story of Annajane who has been married to Mason and then divorced, but she continued to work for the company. She also attends the wedding of Mason to his new love Celia. And it is at that point the fun begins. Enter Sophie, Mason’s daughter, a five year old and completely adorable. She causes life to become interesting.

 

book coverWhen a favorite customer on his delivery route needs a favor, Tanner Richards agrees to help without a second thought. The last thing he expects is to face off against the man’s spitfire granddaughter. I enjoyed this one but have forgotten it, I always think I can go back and read such books and enjoy them all over again!

book cover And what is more appropriate. Because that’s what we are getting now, just the very first kiss of Spring. This is #14 in Emily March’s Eternity Springs series.  My review for Eternity Springs.

I note that I didn’t want it to end!

On the eve of the London Season, Jane Chance is about to make her entrance into high society. And after a childhood riddled with poverty and hardship, Jane intends to make a good, safe, sensible marriage. All goes according to plan until a dark, dangerous vagabond helps her rescue a dog. This is #3 in the Chance sisters series by Anne Gracie. I really enjoy her historical romance books.

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So some of you may have read The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary. This book is another flat share book but set in Cologne in Germany and is about a motley group of older characters. My review

 

This visit back into books I’ve read with Spring in the title are making want to go back and reread them all because…. that’s right I am rather hazy about them all, apart from knowing they were all reads I totally enjoyed!

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13 thoughts on “Spring in Books”

  1. Now you’ve jogged my memory. I know you’re a big fan of March. I requested the third book. I did enjoy the first two. I’m currently binging on The Ravenels series by Lisa Kleypas. I love it. The second and third books I really enjoyed.

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  2. I’m hanging on to summer, but do confess to buying a big bag of fall apples at the Farmers’ Market this weekend! I only read one actual summer-themed book this season — Beach Read — and I just now realized it from reading your list of spring books.

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  3. I’m new to Connect 5 Friday, but it sounds like lots of fun and I have a Mary Kay Andrews book in my list today! I’ve read quite a few books by both Catherine Anderson and Ann Gracie, but not for a while. I may have to read some more of their books!

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  4. I love MKA’s books and Spring Fever is on my kindle (guess I forgot about it). I might track down the audio. You’ve got me adding The Spring Bride to my TBR. Gracie is an author I haven’t read yet. Will also look for The Vintage Springtime Club. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    1. Anne Gracie is Australian I think. She writes historical romance. I usually enjoy her and have a couple of books of hers unread on my TBR. Need to get to them. I’ve strayed away from straight romance quite a bit these times. Other books competing!

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