Connect Five Friday – Alliterative Titles

connect-5-3It’s time once again for Connect Five Friday,  hosted at Book Date by Kathryn – the meme where we share five book/reading things that connect in some way.

As I was looking at the books on my kindle and from the library, I realized there were many books that fit a category for one of the reading challenges I participate in – “While I was Reading”.

The category was “A book with alliteration in the title”.

Here are 5 such books, books I am either reading now or plan to read:

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Daring and the Duke by  Sarah MacLean. This is the third book in the Bareknuckle Bastards historical romance trilogy and I’m enjoying it as much as the others.

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Merry Misrule by Ellie St. Clair . This is another historical romance which I won on facebook. Enjoying it as well.

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Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain. So want to read this and it is on my radar for this year.  Still can’t believe he’s gone.

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Fair Folk Fell by Sarah Peters. Just picked this up fro free and this fantasy looks interesting.

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Misty Morning Murder by LouLou Harrington. This is a cozy mystery and again it was free.

4 thoughts on “Connect Five Friday – Alliterative Titles

  1. These look like fun reads! I have a Sarah MacLean book on my shelf I was just looking at thinking maybe I should finally read it. It’s one of her older books. A Misty Morning Murder looks right up my alley. I hope you enjoy it when you read it. Enjoy all your current and upcoming reads!

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