#SixforSundays is a meme hosted by A Little But A Lot. Every month there is a theme and that is broken down on Sundays into categories.

August’s theme is Let’s Celebrate Colors. Broken down by date, the categories are:

2nd: Wintery Colours

9th: Spring Colours

16th: Summer Colours

23rd: Autumnal Colours

30th: Your Favorite Colour

Today’s prompt is:

Spring Colours

The Wild Child (The Bride Trilogy, #1)
Lily for My Enemy (Lockhart, #2)
Starting Over at Blueberry Creek (Sweetwater Springs #4)
Wager for a Lady's Hand (Lockhart, #1)
Small-Town Secrets (Door County #1)
The Duke Is But a Dream (Debutante Diaries, #2)

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I love to read. My favorite genres women's fiction, romance (including erotica), psychological thrillers, fantasy, and young adult. I also enjoy steampunk, dystopian, LGBTQIA, and paranormal. I am also a busy mom of 3 kids.

2 thoughts on “#SixforSundays:

  1. lol the woman on that Mary Jo Putney cover looks like Jennifer Tilly.
    I only tried to read one Mary Jo Putney book “Once a Rebel.” It was painfully boring :/ I hear good things about her though, so wondering if that book was just a rare dud for her.

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    1. You know, I had to go back and look and omg yes!!!

      Wild Child was my first book by her. I was kind of “eh” about it. There were some elements that icked me out. But the story was overall good. I do want to read more books by her (I think I put all in that particular series at want to read on Goodreads).

      Hopefully you get to read another book by her soon!!


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