Friday, August 19, 2016

Friday Get Away Reads: I Love a Parade


Every summer we like to do something special. This year our bloggers will be giving you their picks for their favorite books to bring on a vacation. Whether you're heading out on a long car trip or catching a flight to paradise, we have the books to put in your carry-on.

Today Nico shares her three choices for a get away without going anywhere:

In the summer, everyone loves to go on vacation. I'd love to visit the kind of quaint small towns that boast a lot of local color. Nothing would be better than arriving in my get away spot and finding that I'm just in time to catch a festival or better yet, a parade. Possibly this is the result of wanting to escape to Stars Hollow.

So, my picks for having a small town vacation without leaving the city are:

The Sweetheart of Prosper County by Jill S. Alexander

Austin Grey hoped her life would get a little more Miss America when she campaigned to become featured in her town's annual Christmas parade, instead it's going to get a lot more Future Farmers of America, complete with a potentially prize winning rooster.

(read our full review here)


Hope Was Here by Joan Bauer

All Hope was wishing for in her new town was a decent place to practice her waitressing skills. She gets that and much more, including close contact with the handsomest cook around and getting entangled in a very hotly contested political campaign for town mayor.

 (read our full review here)
The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler 


Elyse is far from home this summer. She's in a sailing town which can't possibly be as quaint as it looks. She's there to relax and recuperate, but somehow handsome, yet entitled Christian Kane talks his way into getting her to help him rehab a sailing boat so he can sail it in the town's legendary regatta.
 
(read our full review here)

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