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What I’m Reading: Week in Review (9/21/13)

It’s official–fall is here. I’d be more bummed, except that in this case it means we’re that much closer to the day we leave for the Baltimore Book Festival! Yes! It’s almost here! We’ll be spending this week packing, doing laundry (thank goodness for audiobooks!), and planning which talks and workshops we want to go to…oh, and school, of course. Can’t forget school. Though sometimes we’d like to–especially during the week of Parent Information Night. I’m going to really earn those personal days this week. But I digress…. I read the two books in Sarah Mayberry’s Matthews sisters series–Her Favorite…

Book Review: Her Favorite Temptation by Sarah Mayberry (Book one of the Matthews Sisters series)

I reviewed book two in the series, Her Favorite Rival, here. Yep, read them out of order. Lived to tell the tale. 😉 Title: Her Favorite Temptation Author: Sarah Mayberry Series: Matthews sisters Genre: contemporary romance Published: 2013 Length: novella Format read: ebook Rating: A Sarah Mayberry has done it again. I *might* even like Leah’s story better than Audrey’s–which almost seems like sacrilege. I didn’t really want to like Leah all that much, given how she’s been the favorite of their parents practically since she could talk, and Audrey has been paying the price ever since. Out of reader/character solidarity with Audrey, I was bound and…

Book Review and New Release: Her Favorite Rival by Sarah Mayberry (Book two in the Matthews sisters series)

Title: Her Favorite Rival Author: Sarah Mayberry Series: Matthews sisters Genre: contemporary romance Published: 2013 Pages: 304 Format read: ebook Rating: A Her Favorite Rival is the second book in the Matthew sisters series, after the novella Her Favorite Temptation. Rival stands just fine on its own, if you–like me–didn’t even realize there was a story that came before it. I’ll be reading Leah’s story soon, though. Very soon. Audrey Matthews is a workaholic. She’s never felt as if she’s measured up to her family’s expectations–she can never be as perfect as her younger sister Leah, the doctor. Instead, Audrey’s worked her way up through her company tooth and nail,…

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