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Favourite Books of 2018

 

I read 200 books this year! There were so many 5 star reads (at least over 50) and at least 20 4.5 star reads. It was hard narrowing down all these amazing books but here it is. These are my favourite 18 books of 2018 (including duets, of which there are many reads).

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Book Review: The Prize

Title: The Prize

Author: Julie Garwood

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

Lady Nicholaa is a Saxon and is trying to defend her home against Royce who is Norman and his army. But Nicholaa finds that she is unable to defeat Royce like she did the other armies and seeks refuge.  But Royce gets her to leave her Sanctuary and accompanies him to meet his king, William of Normandy in London.

 

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Book Review: The Right Side of Forever

Title: The Right Side of Forever

Author: Meghan Quinn

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

The story follows Colby and Ryan as they find their way to each other. You get to understand the characters a lot more as you follow their sometimes heart-breaking journey.

 

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Book Review: The Left Side of Perfect

Title: The Left Side of Perfect

Author: Meghan Quinn

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

I would totally recommend reading The Upside of Falling and The Downside of Love before reading this duet as you previously meet Colby (and Ryan) and get a lot of his back story.

 

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Book Review: The Scapegoat

Title: The Scapegoat

Author: Daphne Du Maurier

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

I have made it my goal to read more Daphne Du Maurier as she is a favourite of mine. I saw the recent movie and I really enjoyed it, although it did end up being a little different from the book.

 

John is on holiday in France when he sees someone who is the mirror image of himself, Jean de Gue who is an aristocratic Frenchman. They go out for drinks and John ends the night in a drunken stupor only to wake up the morning with all his belongings replaced with Jean’s.

 

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