Connect 5 Friday – 5 Books by Kate Field

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It’s Friday once again and that means it’s time for Connect Five Friday, hosted at Book Date by Kathryn – the meme where we share five book/reading things that connect in some way.

I belong to Book Bub and Freebooksy and I love the idea of free books. I’ve been fortunate to find some new authors I enjoy through these free books – Mona Ingram, Penny Reid, Susan Hatler, Katie Graykowski and K. F. Breene – to name a few. (Okay – I have just got another Connect 5 – online authors I enjoy!) This often leads to buying more of their books.

This week, after seeing a recommendation for A Dozen Second Chances by Kate Field, I ordered the book (for free), read it and LOVED it. So of course, I had to go and buy several more of hers. I read 2 more this week and still have 2 to go.
So,
5 Books by Kate Field, a new author I have come to love. Her books are full of great characters, great dialogue and a lovely romance.
3 I’ve read

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A Dozen Second Chances – The niece Eve raised after her sister died, gives her 12 vouchers to be kind to herself, for her 40th birthday. Loved how she used the vouchers!

 

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The Man I Fell in Love With -After her husband comes out as gay, Mary must learn to reinvent her life.

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The Truth About You, Me and Us -Helen has created a life for her and her daughter, creating patchwork creations. But when her past returns, what will she do?

2 more to read

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The Winter That Made Us

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The Magic of Ramblings (her first published book)

4 thoughts on “Connect 5 Friday – 5 Books by Kate Field

  1. A free book that leads to a new author you or a reader enjoys and then you buy more well then that’s a win for the publisher and author too which is great.

    • I’m sure that’s why it’s done, especially when there’s a series. I’ve actually been drawn to a couple of other series that way – both fantasies.

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