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My Life In Books Tag

Happy Wednesday Everyone :)

It's been quite awhile since I last posted a book tag, so I decided today would be a good day to post the My Life In Books Tag. I don't know who's original tag this was, but I saw it over on The Girl Who Read Too Much, and you can see her post here.

The Questions:

1) Find A Book For Each Of Your Initials:




2) Count Your Age Along Your Bookshelf--Which Book Is It?

I haven't read this one yet, but I'm really wanting too as I love Katherine Reay's writing style. 

3) Pick A Book Set In Your City/State/Country:

It's next to impossible to find many books that are set in my province, and even more so in my city, but Anne Of Green Gables is one of the most well known books set in Canada, and one of my all time favorites. 

4) Pick A Book That Represents A Destination You Would Love To Travel To:

I'm kind of weird when it comes to travelling, as I don't have most people's dreams of visiting far off places. I'm kind of a scar…

Then Came You by Becky Wade Review

Happy Monday Everyone :)

Sometimes there's nothing I love more than diving into a new series by a favorite author, and it's even better when you discover that the prequel novella in the new series is a free read on Kindle and Ibooks.

As many of you know, Becky Wade is one of my all time favorite authors as I love her warm, inviting writing style, and the way she writes about Christian characters that aren't perfect. I adored her Porter Family series, which I've talked about a lot on my blog, and I couldn't wait to start her Bradford Sisters series. However before I could, I needed to read the prequel novella to the series titled, Then Came You, and today I'd like to share what I thought about it with all of you guys.

Then Came You by Becky Wade:

Source: Free IBook

Publication Date: March 7th, 2017

Genre: Inspirational Fiction


A leather-bound journal. A single father. A woman in pursuit of freedom.

Garner Bradford, heir to the troubled Bradford Shipping empire,…

The Heart Between Us by Lindsay Harrel Review

Good Morning Guys :)

Isn't it glorious that it's finally Friday? Of course, in my case it doesn't mean much as I still work tomorrow, and I have a big meeting I have to lead, but there's just something about Friday that always leaves me feeling excited anyways.

I'm also excited about the fact that January so far has been such a good reading month for me. Not only with the amount of books I've finished, but also in the fact that I haven't read one bad book this month. I love when that happens as it keeps you from falling into a reading slump, and keeps you motivated to stay on track with your reading goals and resolutions.

Today, I'd like to share with you guys a review of one of the really good books I read this month, and that is The Heart Between us by Lindsay Harrell.

The Heart Between Us: Two Sisters, One Heart Transplant and a Bucket List by Lindsay Harrel:

Source: Publisher Via NetGalley

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Publication Date: March 2018

Genre: Inspira…

After Christmas Book Haul

Hello Everyone :)

I'm so excited you decided to join me today on The Preppy Book Princess!

Over the last couple of weeks, I've done quite a bit of book buying. See, I happened to get a few quite generous gift cards for Christmas, plus I had quite a few swagbucks accumulated that I decided to cash out, and since there's been quite a few books on my to buy list for a long time, I figured why not go ahead and order them.

And today I'm excited to share with you guys all the lovely titles I was able to pick up for myself :)

The first book I ordered was Remembrance by Suzie Waltner. I had the pleasure of meeting Suzie, a self published Christian author, at RT Booklovers in 2016, and her books had been on my TBR list ever since. As I ended up with an amazon gift card, I definitely jumped at the chance to order this one.

I also ordered Hometown Girl by Courtney Walsh from Amazon. I've been wanting to read her inspirational novels for a long time, and I've featured a couple …

My Not So Super Sweet Life by Rachel Harris Review

Happy Monday Everyone :)

Thanks for joining me today on The Preppy Book Princess!

Anyone who knows me knows that I love reading contemporaries. There's nothing I enjoy more than a swoon worthy romance that leaves me with a big smile on my face, and over the last few years there's definitely a list of authors I've come to turn to for these amazing stories. Kasie West, Ali Novak, Becky Wade, Katie McGarry, Lauren Morrill, Morgan Matson, Rachel Hauck, Denise Hunter....are all ones that I've come to anticipate their new releases. And another author that's for sure on this list is Rachel Harris! Her YA books are always a fun retreat from my busy schedule, and leave me with the warm fuzzies.

Last week I finally had the chance to read the last book in her time travelling, My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century series, and it was exactly the lovely story I was hoping it would be.

Today I can't wait to tell you guys all about it, as I know a lot of people have read the first two …

An Ember In The Ashes by Sabaa Tahir Review

Happy Friday Everyone!

I actually have a Friday off for a change, which is rare for me, and so I've got plenty of errands and such to get done today.

However, before all the craziness starts, I wanted to share a book review with you guys of a book I'd recently read that I'd heard so much about beforehand.

An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir:

Source: Purchased for myself

Publisher: Razorbill

Publication Date: April 28th, 2015

Genre: Young Adult Fiction/Fantasy


Laia is a slave. Elias is a soldier. Neither is free.

Under the Martial Empire, defiance is met with death. Those who do not vow their blood and bodies to the Emperor risk the execution of their loved ones and the destruction of all they hold dear.

It is in this brutal world, inspired by ancient Rome, that Laia lives with her grandparents and older brother. The family ekes out an existence in the Empire’s impoverished backstreets. They do not challenge the Empire. They’ve seen what happens to those who do.

But when Lai…

The Proposal by Becky Wade Review

Hello Everyone :)

Thanks so much for joining me today on the Preppy Book Princess.

I recently finally got to read a novella from one of my all time favorite series, The Porter Family series by Becky Wade.

And today I'd like to share with you all my thoughts and opinions on it.

The Proposal by Becky Wade

Source: Free Kindle Read

Publication Date: December 4th, 2015

Genre: Inspirational Fiction


A cold night in Texas, a dream of marriage, a happily ever after....

Single mom Amber Richardson spends every holiday season working to give her young son the best Christmas possible and striving to ignore the empty chairs around her table, chairs she wishes her mother and father and extended family occupied. 

She'd hoped that this holiday would be fuller and happier than the rest. Her handsome firefighter boyfriend, Will McGrath, has brought immeasurable joy and love into her life. Up until recently, they'd even been talking about a future that included wedding bells. Lately, though, …

The Ice Cream Book Tag and My 30th Birthday!

It's the fifteen of January guys, and that officially means it's my 30th birthday!

I've been blessed to celebrate with friends the last few days, and I've got some fun plans with my family later tonight.

I definitely plan on telling you guys all about my celebrations in a later DITL post, but for today I figured that The Ice Cream Book Tag was the perfect post to celebrate my birthday with.

This tag was originally created by Alexa Loves Books and Super Space Chick, both on Youtube, and I think it sounds like a really fun tag to partake in.

Vanilla: A Book You Wish Had More Flavor

Kiss Crush Collide by Christina Meredith

I had such high hopes for this book, as the premise sounded sooo good, but it felt like it was missing something, and that the story just didn't come together very well. Overall, it was a bit of a letdown, and it definitely needed more flavor.

Chocolate: A Long Book, or an Immersive World that you enjoyed indulging in.

I've definitely gotta go with Narn…

Forward to What Lies Ahead by Chloe S. Flanagan Review

Happy Friday Guys!

I hope everyone had a great week, and is looking forward to the weekend.

I'm hoping to find lots of reading time this particular weekend, and I'm feeling even more inspired to read than normal as I've started 2018 off with such amazing reads so far.

Earlier this week, I shared my review for Troubled Waters by Susan May Warren, and today I'm excited to share with you all another really good inspirational fiction book I had the pleasure of reading this year.

Forward to What Lies Ahead by Chloe S. Flanagan:

Source: Complimentary copy from the author

Publisher: Self Published

Publication Date: November 15th, 2017

Genre: Inspirational Fiction


Sometimes being strong isn’t enough. 

Ever since she was a teenager, Regina Whitman has relied on her tough, independent spirit to survive and to protect the ones she loves. Even when heartache and disappointment strike, she finds the strength to press forward, rebuild her life, and do meaningful work. 

But just when h…