It’s that time of year! I love the FFF Blog Linkup and I’m excited to participate again this year!
First of all, be sure and head over to Kate Willis’ blog to find all the blog stops (a free book will be offered each day)! Second, be sure to enter the giveaway! Third, read on!
Disclaimer: I don’t endorse every book mentioned on the blogs in this tour. I haven’t read them all 😊 But if you have any questions about one, feel free to ask. If I’ve read it, I will let you know my thoughts and if not, I’ll get you what information I can!
I haven't done many buddy reads in my life, but somehow I was able to come up with five to share with you today XD
Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson
If I remember correctly, this was my first buddy read! It was such a fun read too! I've not read a lot of classics, and this was one of my first in that category as well. I loved the Scottish accents, the Jacobite history and overall mystery of the story. I mean kidnapped by your uncle and shipped off to sea? It's an adventure you won't soon forget!
The Dog Crusoe and His Master by R. M. Ballantyne
This buddy read is one I never would have picked up if not for friends urging me to. I'm so glad they did! I loved this book so much! I actually want to reread it again, I loved it so much! It's set on the western prairie and explores the relationships of the settlers, the Indians and those who tried to ruin it!
Enemy Brothers by Constance Savery
This book wasn't exactly my favorite (me and Brits don't get along that well XD) but it wasn't a bad book in the least! I enjoyed reading it with Katja, because she was able to explain a lot of their reasoning, even if I didn't agree with them XD She was quite patient with me and deserves a medal XD
The Accidental Cases of Emily Abbott by Perry Elizabeth Kirkpatrick
This series y'all. I need to reread it because my current reads have been way too serious of late. It's one of those series that is perfect for every season so you don't have an excuse! I have all of the published works to date, but book 9 is in the works! If you love mysteries, spy comedy and a possible slow burn romance (like super slow), this series will be perfect for you!
Falling for the Farmer by Hannah Foster
Last year I hosted a book club on Instagram (should I bring that back?) and this was one of our chosen reads! I adored this pure and honest romance that even the most conservative reader will enjoy! I was wholesome, dug deep into questions many don't address and just ahhh! I'm gonna start fangirling XD
Come back tomorrow for more book recs!
Have a Blessed Day!
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