Connect Five – 3 Sets of Connections

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The Connect 5 reading challenge hosted at “The Book Date” urges us to connect five books in some way. There are now two more months to finish up any connections – do take part!
I am working on several connections now and finished three recently:

Books about Wallflowers – with Wallflower in the title
Here are the books read for this connection, mostly historical romance, all enjoyable reads.

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The Wallflower Wager by Tessa Dare

 

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A Wallflower Christmas by Lisa Kleypas

 

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Diary of an Accidental Wallflower by Jennifer McQuiston

 

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The Earl’s Defiant Wallflower by Erica Ridley

 

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Wallflower in Bloom by Claire Cook
Using Emotions in the Title
These books range from mystery to non-fiction to historical and contemporary romance. An interesting mixture of genres and very enjoyable reads, especially the first.

 

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Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell

 

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Cold-Hearted Rake by Lisa Kleypas

 

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Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig

 

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Garden of Happy Endings by Barbara O’Neal

 

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Joyfully Yours by Amy Lamont

 

Books About Wolf Shifters – With Wolf in the Title
These paranormal books were fun reads.

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Cowboy Wolf Trouble by Kait Ballenger

 

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Indecent Werewolf Exposure by Eve Langlois

 

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Werewolves of New York: Nathaniel by Faleena Hopkins

 

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Of Witches and Wolves by Elinor Lawson

 

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The Artist Cries Wolf by Heather Horrocks

 

 

Linking as well with:

Friendship Friday at Create With Joy

2 thoughts on “Connect Five – 3 Sets of Connections

    • Thanks Kathryn. The hunt for books to make the connection is such fun. I keep a notebook that lists possible connections and what books fit it. I check at the library onlne and through Goodreads. They have good lists available.

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