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#12 – Read One Book a Week or 52 Books (#ThirtyBeforeThirty) – Part 1

Okay, so… 52 books (for me) isn’t exactly a challenge, and I should probably state that this started September 1, 2017 – not January 1, 2018.

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I have now made it halfway to my goal of 52 books for the “year” (or one book a week).  Clearly I read too much for my own good.

Rating Scale: * (not good), ***** (best book ever)

  1. Waiting For Summer’s Return  – Kim Vogel Sawyer ***
  2. A Cowgirls Christmas – C.J. Carmichael **
  3. Once Upon a Royal Christmas – Robin Bielman **
  4. A Noble Masquerade – Kristi Ann Hunter *****
  5. Plain Fame – Sarah Price *****
  6. Plain Change – Sarah Price *****
  7. The Shunning – Beverly Lewis ****
  8. Summer of the Midnight Sun – Tracie Peterson *****
  9. A Tapestry of Hope – Tracie Peterson, Judith McCoy Miller **
  10. Little Love Affair – Lexy Timms ***
  11. Better off Wed  – Laura Durham ***
  12. An Uunexpected Widow – Carre White *
  13. Tess And The Highlander – May McGoldrick *****
  14. The Ice Cutter’s Daughter – Tracie Peterson ****
  15. Livin’ in High Cotton – Jennifer Youngblood **
  16. When the Smoke Clears – Lynette Eason *****
  17. Embracing New Love – Louise Goddard **
  18. Out of A Dream – Rosemary Hines **
  19. Plain Again – Sarah Price *****
  20. Read, Write, Love at Seaside – Melissa Foster, Addison Cole **
  21. Plain Choice – Sarah Price *****
  22. Plain Return – Sarah Price *****
  23. Plain Christmas  – Sarah Price ****
  24. The Prince (Spy Girl #1) – Jillian Dodd ***
  25. Fervent – Priscilla Shirer *****
  26. Find You In Paris (The Darcy Brothers #1) – Alix Nichols ***
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