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January, February and March Books

1) Hidden Summit - Robyn Carr (Kindle)
2) Return of the Runaway Bride - Donna Fasano (Kindle)
3) The Witness - Dee Henderson (Kindle)
4) Three Girls and a Baby - Rachel Schurig (Kindle)
5) The Homecoming - JoAnn Ross (Kindle)
6) Marriage by Mistake - Alyssa Kress (Kindle)

1) Private #1 Suspect - James Patterson & Maxine Paetro (hardback)
2) Hotel Vendomme - Danielle Steel (hardback)
3) A Matter of Trust - Elaine Dyer (Kindle)
4) Three Moons over Sedona - Sherry Hartzler (Kindle)
5) The Boyfriend Bylaws - Susan Hatler (Kindle short)
6) The Summer Garden - Sherryl Woods (Kindle)
7) Angel's Rest - Emily March (Kindle)

1) Redwood Bend - Robyn Carr (Kindle)
2) Hummingbird Lake - Emily March (Kindle)
3) At Last - Julie Ortolon (Kindle)
4) Heartache Falls - Emily March (Kindle)
5) Nanny Behaving Badly - Judy Jarvie (Kindle)
6) Mistletoe Mine - Emily March (Kindle)
7) Lover's Leap - Emily March (Kindle)
8) Home Front - Kristin Hannah (hardback)
9) Catch Me - Lisa Gardner

A lot of these books were "frivolous" reads - about all I could handle during these rough couple of months. The highlights were finding a new author I like - Emily March; Hannah's book Home Front - an amazing story that brought tears to my eyes more than once; and another great book by Lisa Gardner.

No matter what's going on in my life, I will ALWAYS be a reader!


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