Saturday, March 12, 2016

What Deanna Read #1: February 2016

Hello and welcome to a new feature I am trying out. It's called "What Deanna Read" where I show you which books I read for the month and if there are reviews, I will include links to my reviews of them. Quite often though, reviews and when I read the books do not coincide depending on whether I'm reading for a review or if I'm simply reading for fun. There will always be a review for a book I've read, eventually, but not necessarily right away.

I hope you enjoy this feature. Let me know what you think in a comment below.

And as a special. I am giving away to one lucky winner their choice of any one of the books I've read for the month. (If any of the books are free, I will make a note of it, so you can one-click!)

Simply leave a comment below and tell me what stand out book you've read this month to enter - I'd love new recommendations for books to read. For additional points (optional) you can also like my Facebook page. Enter through the Rafflecopter Giveaway widget below for your entry to be counted.



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Accidental SEAL
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Running Wild
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So there you have it. Here's what I've read for the month. In future, this feature will be on the first available Thursday of the month.

Oh, and don't forget to enter the giveaway. All the details are in the Refflecopter widget below.

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    1. This sounds like it would be a funny read.

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  2. Sacrifices by Adriana Locke jody.714@hotmail.com

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    1. Was this filled with angst and drama? It sounds like it.

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  3. My favorite so far this month is Always by Lynsay Sands (in audio).

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    1. Lynsay sands is always a good read. This sounds like a marriage of convenience story.

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  4. The Heart of Falcon Ridge (The McLendon Family Saga Book 1) by D.L. Roan was really good.
    molsenice2000@gmail.com

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    1. Oh 3 guys and one girl (from the looks of the cover!) that could get interesting!!

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  5. I read The Lie by Karina Halle. Merlotchick912@yahoo.com

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    1. I've heard good things about Karina Halle. This one sounds very emotional.

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    1. Oh, I was recommended this book recently by someone. I love romantic suspense stories.

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  7. Hi Deanna

    Love this idea :)

    I read 15 books in February and all of them were good but the standouts were in no order

    Exile's Return Alison Stuart
    A Perfect Compromise Anna Sugden
    A Vow to Secure His Legacy Annie West
    Loving the Odds (What Happens in Vegas) Stefanie London
    Outback Sisters Rachael Johns

    I have a hard time choosing favourites but loved theses :)

    Have Fun
    Helen



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    1. Oh Helen, you have named some of my favorite authors in your list of stand out reads.

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  8. So excited at seeing all these book recommendations!!! :-)

    Deanna @ Deanna's World

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  9. Now we just need more hours in the day and a housekeeper ☺☺

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    1. Oh, I so feel you on that one!!! My problem right now is my eyes are giving me problems so I can't really read for more than 30 minutes at a time. My reading has been very slow this week. :-(

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  10. What a great idea, Deanna. And thank you for including my book in the giveaway!

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    1. Thank Kandy. And thank you for writing a fabulous book for us to enjoy. I know I did. :-)

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  11. Hello!! :)

    Truthfully, lately I've been reading a lot of how to train your puppy books and then I get really bad migraines so between those and daily life chores, I haven't read to many books.
    However, I do have a few that I recommend. They are:

    Roomhate by Penelope Ward

    A Life Less Broken by Margaret McHeyzer

    Pushing the Limits by Brooke Cumberland

    I really enjoyed these books.

    Thank You very much for sharing the books that you've read. I will definitely look into them!!💜💜

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    1. I'm sorry. I forgot to leave my email address.

      literarygirl79@gmail.com

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  12. I've been enjoying several by Stephanie Laurens, A Match for Marcus Cynster and The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh.

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    1. Stephanie Laurens is an excellent author. I love her Cynster series.

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  13. Not bad at all! I've read a couple of your authors but none of those books yet. Some of them look very tempting :D

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    1. Some are better than otehrs. I had a bit of a moment when I wanted some comfort reading too, so a few of those a like that in the mix.

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