Thursday, 1 March 2018

Happy World Book Day!

World Book Day gives us a wonderful opportunity to remember the books we love as well as an opportunity to think about the next book we want to read. I read books for the way they make me feel. Emotions are why I write after all. So here is my roundup of books which have stayed with me even though it might have been years since I’ve read them.

An Unexpected Countess by Laurie Benson gave me a hero, Hart, to fall in love with.

The Duke Secret Wife by Kate Walker was the first Mills and Boon book I ever read and the image of the heroine, Isabelle, at the opening of the book is still with me.

The Humans by Matt Haig made me laugh and cry and feel uplifted.

To kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I think this one speaks for itself.

Letters to the Lost by Iona Grey is an epic love story which weaves World War II with the present day.

Do you have any books that have stayed with you?


  1. Hi Sarah, great choice of books. Like you, I love those stories that stay with you long after you've read them and bring you back to read them over and again xx

    1. Hi, Melissa. Thanks for stopping by. I think books have a special place in our lives and I love the way each story means something different to each reader. xx

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