June 2016 Review

I received my first box.  I love reading books but sometimes have a hard time picking out new books.

You get two books from the theme that you choose

They offer: Blind date case, strange worlds case, teenage dreams case, thrill seeker case, read to me case, booking for love case, quarterly cookbooks, quarterly military history

I chose booking for love case.


I received:

The someday jar:  I have already read this book and I love this book.  It left me wanting to read more.  The ending was perfect and I wanted a sequal.

Real-estate broker Lanie Howard figures she has the perfect man, the perfect job, and the perfect life. Then she stumbles across her old Someday Jar, the forgotten glass relic where she stashed all the childhood wishes—no matter how crazy—that her father encouraged her to write down on the backs of Chinese restaurant fortunes. She used to be fun once! What happened to her?

Although Lanie is wary of uncorking her past, when an attractive stranger saves her from a life-or-death encounter with a lemon peel at the bottom of a martini glass, she realizes that life is way too short for regrets. Now, jar in hand, Lanie decides to throw caution to the wind, and carry out everything she had once hoped to do, even if it means leaving her perfectly “perfect” life behind

Vienna Nocturne:  I have not read this one yet but it is sitting right next to me ready to be picked up and read.  This doesn’t sound like my type of book but I am excited to see what I think.

Vienna Nocturne recounts the turbulent life and brilliantly successful career of young British opera singer Anna Storace, a child prodigy who is taken by her parents to Italy at age thirteen to advance her career. In love with life and wildly ambitious, Anna wants everything–to be famous, to be loved–and this leads her to make some fatal choices. We watch her turn from a carefree young girl to a passionate young woman, and it is during this transformation that her affair with Mozart blossoms. The story of their love, no less powerful for being forbidden, is reminiscent of the passionate thwarted romances described in Loving Frank and Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Written in melodious prose by a young author studying opera at Yale, Vienna Nocturne is dramatic story of a woman’s battle to find love and fame in an 18th-century world that controls and limits her at every turn

I was worried trying the booking for love case.   I don’t like the romance books that you find in the adult section but I do like a good love story and these are exactly what I was hoping for.

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