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Current TBR Pile

Hello Everyone!

Welcome back to the Preppy Book Princess. :)

I'm Kirby, and today I'm excited to be sharing with all you guys the current books in my TBR Pile.

I've mentioned before how June is always my least favorite month of the year. June brings with it several festivals, fairs and local rodeos to my hometown, and these mean work is going to be super busy right from now through Canada Day. It's definitely been a struggle already keeping up with everything, and I've been putting in a lot of nine and ten hour shifts, and that's probably going to be the norm for the next couple of weeks.

As such, my downtime with my books is more important to me than ever, and I'm lucky to have some pretty amazing books in my TBR pile right now.

1) Under A Maui Moon and Canary Island Song by Robin Jones Gunn:

One of the series I was definitely wanting to finish this year were all the novels about the "Forever Friends" by Robin Jones Gunn. While these two are both part of the Hideaway series, they're more stand alones, but I've loved the quick appearance by quirky Australian pastor Gordon in Under A Maui Moon, and I can't wait to start Canary Island Song and finally get to read about Todd's Dad's love story.

2) An Amish Christmas Love by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kelly Irvin, and Ruth Reid:

I currently have an ARC of this one from the publisher via Netgalley, and I can't wait to start it. All I basically know about it is that it's inspirational fiction, it's a novella collection, it's Christmas themed, and it's about the Amish culture, and all of these are things I love. I'm really looking forward to taking my time with this one, and then getting to share my thoughts about it with you all before it releases this September.

3) Just One Kiss by Susan Mallery:

Another one of the series I wanted to work my way through in 2017 is Susan Mallery's Fool Gold series. I know a lot of people are against series that go on and on for years, but my personal opinion is I have no problem with it as long as the quality of the books stays the same throughout. So far I've really found that Susan Mallery has done an incredibly good job of giving each new character their own interesting story, and I hope this one continues on with that trend.

4) The Snow Globe by Sheila Roberts:

Lastly, I have this Christmas themed Life In Icicle Falls novel by Sheila Roberts. This is a series I've honestly found myself devouring throughout the last couple of months, and I'm so sad to be coming to the last couple of books. I'll definitely be looking forward to reading more from Sheila Roberts in the future.

And that's my current TBR pile guys! I can't wait to dive into these, and I thank you all so much for reading!

Have a great rest of your day, and I'll see you all again on Friday. :)

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