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If you could only have ONE – one book – for the rest of your life. Don’t cheat…what would it be?For the record: this one is such a HARD QUESTION!! I mean, I am a mother of one child...but I could in my head equate it to be picking a favorite child. Perhaps that is a bit melodramatic but it does feel a bit like that to me. Does it to you?
Well, playing fairly to this week's question: I am going to pick a title that I can turn to that can always get me out of a reading funk. I imagine that if I only ever got to read one book for the rest of my life, it would be this one just because of that single feature:
By Stephanie Laurens
I know that this may be an odd choice, especially give how much I have read since I first read this title, but what I love about this book is Honoria--the main character.
She possess so much strength and character that she would be an amazing person to know. I also can appreciate returning to this book now that I have finished all of first generation's books. I am eagerly anticipating what Ms. Laurens does now that she has finished up the first generation's stories with the last book published this summer: The Taming of Ryder Cavanugh. I truly hope she continues to write the Cynster family stories as I can only begin to imagine how these illustrious individuals will behave once THEIR children begin to seek their life's partner.
So there you have it--my one book I would pick. I hope to goodness this would never come to fruition. I would be devastated and I bet you would be too. Wow...I guess I am in a melodramatic mood today!! LOL
What book would you choose and why? Be sure to leave me your link in the comments below so I can come and visit you over the long holiday weekend (at least for those of us in the US). If you are new to Love.Life.Read--welcome!! If you like what you see, be sure to follow via Bloglovin' or Feedly (see buttons on right) so we can stay in touch!
Great choice! I haven't read this but it sounds really good! I love books that you can always go to when nothing else it working.ReplyDelete
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I know that feeling! I still chose The Fault in Our Stars though, purely because I can read it endlesslyReplyDelete
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I've never heard of this book but sounds great! I've never read a series that continues through two generations. Well, truth be told, I usually read the first book and even if I like it, won't read the second one right away.ReplyDelete
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Great reason to choose this book... I've never read it, but I always appreciate those books that get you in the reading mood again.ReplyDelete
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