Hope you are cozy and warm!!Snow go away, and bring on the warmth and sunshine.Thanks for stopping.
I can't think of a Valentine's read - I wonder if I've ever read one.
I don't think I have ever read one either, Kathy. Thanks for stopping.
So you don't have a Valentine's Day read? Well, let me recommend one to you: "Dansville", by Robin McCorquodale. (One of the books I featured in my BBH post.) The romance is great, the writing beautiful, and the setting is Texas, not long after WWII. I think you'd really enjoy this novel! They have the PB edition on Amazon (I've just ordered one, as the one I used to own got damaged), but they also have an inexpensive HC edition, too. If you prefer not to buy the book, I'm sure you can easily find it at your local library. Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting on my own BBH post! You always leave such nice comments, too!!Happy Valentine's Day!!! <3 :)
Thanks for the recommendation. I have gotten a few book ideas. Not sure I will read any of them, but maybe. Not into romance. :)Thanks for stopping, Maria.
Same here; I don't read anything particular on Valentine's Day.
Thanks for stopping, Nicki.Glad to see someone else isn't to a Valentine's Day read. :)
I hope you find the perfect Valentine's Day read, Elizabeth. It can be anything you want it to be--even the book you are currently reading if you aren't finished with it yet. LOL I don't generally pick up any specific book to read this time of year. I read whatever catches my fancy. Valentine's Day isn't a huge deal in our house. I hope you have a great week!
Good to hear someone else doesn't make a big deal out of Valentine's Day. :)Thanks for stopping, Literary Feline.
:)Thanks for stopping, Shandy Jo.
I also didn't read any books set on Valentines Day but I always read Romance books on Valentines Day. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog hop Elizabeth.
Fun that you read a romance book on Valentine's Day. :)Thanks for stopping, Katiria.