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Weekend TBR Pile

Happy Friday Everyone :)

Welcome back to the Preppy Book Princess.

I hope you're all looking forward to the weekend, as I know I sure am.

I'm definitely planning to enjoy the beautiful fall weather we're currently having, and I'm also planning on curling up with some great books.

It's been a few weeks since I last shared my weekend TBR pile, so I thought that would be a fun post to share with you all today. :)

Best of My Love by Susan Mallery:

First on my list this weekend, is the 20th novel in Susan Mallery's Fool's Gold series. While this series overall has not really been my favorite, there's definitely been a few novels that have stood out for me, and I'm hoping this one will also be one. I always enjoyed Shelby's character in the previous books, and I'm looking forward to her getting her own happy ending instead of just watching everyone else's. I'm about a quarter done this one so far, and I'm really enjoying it.

Blue Ridge Sunrise by Denise Hunter:

Next on the list is this upcoming novel by one of my favorite authors, Denise Hunter. Blue Ridge Sunrise is a second chance at romance type of novel, and so far I'm finding myself really enjoying it. I'm especially loving the setting of the peach orchard and Cruz's character. I'm about half done this one, and I'm sure I'll be finishing it over the weekend.

Cinderella's Dress by Shonna Slayton:                                                                

Cinderella's Dress is a novel that I started reading a few weeks ago, and was  really enjoying it, but then I got a bunch of library books in at the same time, so I had to put it down for a little while. I'm really loving this YA historical fiction novel about a family who's been chosen to protect Cinderella's dress from the descendants of the evil stepsisters, and since I'm really close to being finished this one, I definitely hope to have the time to finish it this weekend.                                                                                                              


Lizzy and Jane by Katherine Reay:                                                 

I've been reading this one for quite awhile, probably already over a month, and it might have honestly even been in the last weekend TBR post I did. However, the same thing happened with it that happened with Cinderella's Dress. I was so loving the story, but then had to put it aside to get all my library books read, and I haven't actually gotten too far into it. However, I definitely hope to change that this weekend, and I'm going to try and have the time to jump back into this amazing novel.                                                     

And  that's the books I plan on enjoying this weekend guys! I'd love to hear what books are going to be in your weekend TBR Pile! :)           

Thanks so much for reading, and I hope you all have a great weekend!    

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