Normally I might follow the usual prompt for this week’s meme, but as it’s the day after Independence Day (and really, in my mind, let’s continue to celebrate what it represents!), I decided to go a different direction. This looks like features some of the red, white and blue book covers sitting on my shelf. Reason being I’m ready to continue celebrating these colors.
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These books, or most of them, really have nothing to do with the spirit of America, but I did find some red, white and blue colors on my shelf. There’s a variety of young adult, adult and inspirational fiction. So, let’s stop the chatter and let’s jump into the books on today’s list.
RED, WHITE AND BLUE BOOK COVERS
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1: THE BETRAYED, KIERA CASS
2: THE SOCIALITE, J’NELL CIESIELSKI
3: ONCE UPON A PRINCE, RACHEL HAUCK
4: THROUGH WATERS DEEP, SARAH SUNDIN
1: TELL ME THREE THINGS, JULIE BUXBAUM
2: THE ONE, KIERA CASS12 RED, WHITE AND BLUE BOOK COVER COLORS #BOOKWORM #YALIT #BOOKISH #AMREADING #HISTORICALFICTION #TOPTENTUESDAY Click To Tweet
3: WE’LL ALWAYS HAVE SUMMER, JENNY HAN
4: TRUE DEVOTION, DEE HENDERSON
1: THE STARS WE STEAL, ALEXA DONNE
2: BEAUTIFUL WILD, ANNA GODBERSEN
3: TO LOVE A PRINCE, RACHEL HAUCK
Loved Rachel’s original royalty series (Once Upon a Prince is book one), so I look forward to reading this one, too. Amazon | Goodreads
4: A DRESS FOR THE WICKED, AUTUMN KRAUSE
Ok, your turn! Have you read any of these? Do you want to? Did any of these disappoint you? What are you talking about in your bookish list today? Comment all of your thoughts below.
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