Sunday, December 31, 2017

FAVORITE "17" READS OF 2017



This was difficult because I LOVED all of my books even if they aren't listed.

My top four are in the picture.  :) 

All books have been reviewed on my blog except A Dangerous Crossing.  It will be reviewed on my blog on January 12.

Happy Reading in 2018!!
  1. The Almost Sisters
  2. The Baker's Secret
  3. Dangerous Crossing
  4. Before The Rain Falls
  5. The Night the Lights Went Out
  6. The Orphan's Tale
  7. Love and Other Consolation Prizes
  8. The Paris Secret
  9. The It Girls
  10. The Widow of Wall Street
  11. Love Alice
  12. The Widow's House
  13. A Bridge Across the Ocean
  14. The Bookshop at Water's End
  15. The Wildling Sisters
  16. The Trust
  17. Where The Wild Cherries Grow


25 comments:

  1. Happy Reading in 2018!!

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. I haven't read any of those but I think I own quite a few of them. I'm hoping to get to The Almost Sisters soon. Happy New Year!

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    1. Happy New Year, and thanks for commenting, Kathy.

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  3. Great list.The only one I've read is The Night the Lights Went Out, and many others are on my TBR. Good to see you enjoyed them so much. Happy New Year!

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    1. Thanks, Sarah.

      Aren't Karen White's books terrific?

      Thanks for commenting, and Happy New Year!!

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  4. You already got a good one technically for 2018!

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    1. Yes...my first of the year book is good.

      Thanks for commenting, Carole Rae.

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  5. I loved all of your books! Happy New Year!

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    1. So good to hear you enjoyed them too, Patty.

      Thanks for commenting.

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  6. Great books and yes to The Almost Sisters, I loved it too and hope to do a reread of it by audio maybe sometime this year (2018 here now).

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    1. Oh...you are already in 2018? FUN!!

      Totally forgot about that.

      Happy New Year, Kathryn, and Thanks for commenting.

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  7. The Night the Lights Went Out and The Orphan's Tale made my Top Ten Favorites list.

    I have The Almost Sisters still to read...soon, I hope.

    Happy New Year!

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    1. Those two books were wonderful.

      I know you will enjoy The Almost Sisters.

      Thanks for commenting, Laurel.

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  8. I didn't read your top 4 but I enjoyed #5, 11, 13, 14 and 16. Great list!

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    1. All of those you listed were so good.

      Thanks, and Thanks for commenting, Mary.

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  9. I've read 3 of them: The Orphan's Tale was my #3 read of the year. I really liked Before the Rain Falls. It didn't make my top 10. But it was still a solid 3.5/4. And Love and Other Consolation Prizes was good too. I gave that one a 3.25/4. But I liked Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet and Songs from Willow Frost both a little bit better.
    Happy New Year.

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    1. Thanks for commenting, The Book Sage.

      They all were good reads.

      Happy New Year!!

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  10. Fantastic list!! I haven't read any of them, but I do want to read quite a few of them... Especially, The Orphan's Tale!

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    1. I hope you get to read The Orphan's Tale and any others that look good to you.

      Thanks for commenting, Captivated Reader.

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  11. Elizabeth, I haven't read any of these books yet. Thank you for this list; I'll keep it in mind. Have a wonderful New Year's!

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    1. ENJOY if you read them, Suko.

      Thanks for commenting.

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  12. Happy New Year Elizabeth. Thanks for the list. Best wishes for another year of loving all the books you read!

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    1. Thanks, Judy.

      I think it will be another good year. :)

      Thanks for commenting.

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  13. Great list! I've read at least half of these and have many more of them on my tbr. The two that I loved that I don't see on here (just in case you need more for your tbr) are Beartown and The Last Ballad.

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    1. Thank you for mentioning these two titles. I have seen them everywhere, but never got to read them.

      Great to hear you have read most of these too.

      Thanks for commenting, OnDBookshelf.

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