Connect Five – First Person POV

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The Connect 5 reading challenge hosted at “The Book Date” urges us to connect some books in some way.

I’ve had a busy month of reading – and so many good books. As I finished one this morning, I realized I had read several books written in first person POV (point of view).

Those books are:

 

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Storm Chased by Patricia Briggs

This is the 11th book in the Mercy Thompson paranormal series. Now I have to wait another year for the next book! Love this series and main characters.

 

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The Life List by Lori Nelson Spielman

This was a reread for me and I loved as much the second time as the first. Imagine being forced to complete a life list you wrote at 14 to be able to inherit a fortune.

 

 

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The Wedding Date by Zara Stoneley

How far would you go to prove to your ex that you had moved on? Not just for an evening but for a whole week of a wedding party.

 

 

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The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary

Two people, sharing a flat and never meeting. Great premise, lovely story.

 

 

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Charming by Elliott James

Paranormal or urban fantasy? Either way I was drawn into this story of The Pax Arcane. I loved the imaginative take on the story as well the two main characters. Now onto the next 4 books in the series!

4 thoughts on “Connect Five – First Person POV

  1. Great spotting of books you were reading with 1st Person POV. I try to steer clear of 1st person but I end up reading quite a few and generally enjoy them. One I do want to read is The FlatShare.

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