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 wonder how many of us have taken to making wishes for better times, seeking an end to social distancing, especially with our families. I have yet to hold and hug any of my grandchildren (let alone my kids) in months. Face time and social distancing picnics are great – but touch would be so much better.
Wishing made me think about the books I have read with wish in the title – and I have read several and started a couple of others.
Here are 5 books with wish in the title.
Twenty Wishes by Debbie Macomber. Anne Marie writes a list of twenty wishes and she is surprised at how they are answered. I really enjoyed this book, one of the Blossom Street series.
One Hundred Wishes by Kelly Collins. I did enjoy this sweet romance between a pop star trying to escape her fame and an ex-con who is trying to overcome his past.
As You Wish by Cary Elwes. The Princess Bride is one of my top ten movies (really, in top 3) and it was so interesting to read the behind the scenes accounts. Photos were fun to check out as well.
Make My Wish Come True by Fiona Harper. I have just started this book this week and am enjoying it. Two sisters decide to exchange their lives – what could go wrong??
Wicked Highland Wishes by Julie Johnstone. This is an historical romance I have not read, but I so enjoy her romances and am looking forward to this one.
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