January Book Club

Hi y'all,

If you know me, I love to read. Hands down it is one of my favorite activities.

I've been reading a bunch of books on my iPad recently since I've been a little lazy in getting to the library. Luckily, my library does have a great deal with one of the e-book places where you can get "library books" via e-books. I know Carly the Prespster and Caitlin from Southern Pearls and Curls write posts about their favorite books every so often, and I thoroughly enjoy reading them, followed quickly by trying to get my hands on the books!


While I would personally love to sit down and read all day long every day, I know that I can't. Hopefully, I'll be able to do a Book Club post every month or every other month.

A Stranger in the House || This one reminds me of Gone Girl. A wife ends up having some weird stuff happen, loses her memory, and is struggling to remember how she ended up in the predicament.

Doctor for Christmas by Patricia Fischer || This one is not what you would expect. Single doctor, trying to live his life, when it suddenly gets turned upside down, flipped around, and twisted. I thoroughly enjoyed how easy a read this one was.

Rescuing Emily by Susan Stoker || A romance that seemed like it would never happen. Emily is a quiet girl, struggling to get by who ends up saved by a military man in the most unsuspecting way. I liked how this novel took a turn away from the traditional "damsel in distress" and really empowered Emily even through her challenges.

Spy Girl series by Jillian Dodd || If you're looking for a traditional "spy" book, this isn't it. A young girl is faced with personal challenges before being placed in a mysterious boarding school, where she is trained to be a spy. Suddenly, her entire life changes, and she is quickly put to the test.

What books would y'all recommend?

xx,
Lindsey


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