Dec 2 2013 8:51am

What Did You Get to Read Over the Long Weekend?

Thankful for family, turkey, pie, and football, of course; but many of us are thankful we get a chance to read for longer than usual.

So—what did you get to read over the long weekend? (Apologies to non-American site visitors, but do share what you've been loving as well!)

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1. willaful
I finally had the time to give Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell the attention it deserves. I didn't love it quite as much as her two previous books, which means I only really really really really liked it. It's "New Adult" the way people wrote it before it was considered a separate genre -- ie, it's a coming of age story.
Megan Frampton
2. MFrampton
I read the Golden Lily by Richelle Mead, the second book in her Bloodlines series (a spin-off from the Vampire Academy series). I had read the first book, and was thinking I wouldn't continue, but Chelsea told me the fourth book is all smoochy and stuff, so I tried it again. I'm happy I did--I am really getting to like the main character, even though she's clueless much of the time.
3. EmilyF
I finished Reaper's Property by Joanna Wylde, read Jake Undone by Penelope Ward and am 3/4 of the way through Undeniable by Madeline Sheehan. It was a good reading weekend!
4. Vol Fan
I read two fabulous new adult books. Remembering Joy (Jenni Moen) and the second book of a 3 book series, Forever Jack (Natasha Boyd- first book is Eversea). Both of these were excellent (as was Eversea). The 3rd book in the Eversea series isn't out yet and not sure when it is due. There is also a 2nd book coming in the Remembering Joy series. I am looking forward to these, as they are really good.
5. keen23
I read Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan, and really loved it. It's a great book. I also picked up and read The Bride Wore Size 12 by Meg Cabot. It was the 5th book in the Heather Wells series, and an expected, but not bad mystery book.
6. AMG
I reread Bujold's Paladin of Souls, and Heyer's The Masqueraders, Black Sheep, and Cousin Kate.
7. Kareni
I read and enjoyed several of Maya Banks' Highlander books.
8. Endres2
I read Archangel's Legion by Nalini Singh. Another great book in her Guild Hunter's series. Can't wait for the story to continue.
9. Peach
Anne Bishop all weekend. :) I am practically humming with impatience for Murder of the Crows to be released.
Wendy the Super Librarian
10. SuperWendy
Contemporaries: Backfield In Motion by Jami Davenport and Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan.

Historicals: Unraveled by the Rebel by Michelle Willingham and Return of the Cowboy Doctor by Lacy Williams.

They were all good - but if you were force me to pick a favorite I'd probably go with the Sarah Morgan :)
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