The Matchmaker by Elin Hilderbrand

The Matchmaker Elin Hilderbrand

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*Traveling With T received an ARC at BEA 2014.

The Matchmaker

Dabney Kimball Beech, 48 years old. Resident of Nantucket her entire life. Works at the Nantucket Visitor Center- which is appropriate- because Dabney is a walking advertisement for life in Nantucket.

Dabney has a daughter, Agnes, who she loves with all her being. And a husband, Box, who she cherishes in her own way. Dabney also has a special gift….. She’s a matchmaker. With over 40 couples still together after being matched by Dabney- she’s something of a island legend. When Dabney sees pink- it’s a sign. And when she sees green- it’s a bigger sign. Continue reading

Tuesday Mashup

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Hello darling folks- this Mashup is filled with links to reviews ( THE GOOD GIRL, THE HOUSE WE GREW UP IN, HENNA HOUSE) , giveaways (Free Cut File for Silhouette, Ball Mason Jar Package & SOMEONE ELSE’S LOVE STORY), interviews (Mary Kubica)¬†and much more!

 

1. My adorable and so well-read partner in crime for Futuristic Friday, Katie from Doing Dewey reviewed HENNA HOUSE (which is one of her selections for the latest Futuristic Friday!)

2. Always With A Book reviewed THE GOOD GIRL by Mary Kubica- a book that I could not put down! Continue reading

The Homecoming by Robyn Carr

The Homecoming by Robyn Carr #travelingwitht #romance #harlequin

Harlequin Books- August 26

This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

The Homecoming

Seth Sileski was the pride and joy of Thunder Point back when he was a football legend. Then one mistake, one accident- changed all that. Took Seth’s football playing days away- made him have to really look life in the face and do some changing.

Seth is happy with life now. He’s working in the police department in Thunder Point- and determined to show his dad, the town on Thunder Point….. and most especially- a young lady that he has changed. He’s not the same person he was years ago. Life may not be what he pictured; but it’s definitely not bad. Continue reading

Desire Lines by Christina Baker Kline

Desire Lines

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This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Desire Lines

Kathryn Campbell is returning to her hometown of Bangor, Maine. After her divorce, she’s drifting- Kathryn is unsure about what she should do next. With her high school reunion fast-approaching, Kathryn is nervous about going- and in fact, doesn’t want to attend. There are several reasons she does not want to attend- her divorce, her career plans, not keeping in contact with her high school friends…. But there is another reason, a larger reason for not wanting to attend. Continue reading

Giveaway: Return to Homecoming Ranch by Julia London

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A few weeks ago, Traveling With T was part of a huge giveaway for RETURN TO HOMECOMING RANCH by Julia London. Well, hold on to your hats because I have 1 MORE SIGNED COPY to give to a lucky person!

So, go and check that Rafflecopter link at the bottom of the page, follow the directions, and think sparkly thoughts! Continue reading

Up At Butternut Lake by Mary McNear

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This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Up At Butternut Lake

Allie Beckett has not been to Butternut Lake in years. She’s been busy being married, raising a family and working. But now- Allie practically runs to Butternut Lake with her 5 year old son, Wyatt. Allie is looking for peace, seclusion, a place to just be- a place for her and Wyatt to recover from the last 2 years. Continue reading

Tuesday Mashup

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Just the other day- I squealed like a girl when I was checking out my Bloglovin’ feed. Seriously. Squealed like a girl and possibly did a happy dance. Why? The great links I was seeing! Not that my feed isn’t usually filled with great links (it is, it is!) But because I was excited to really try hard to commit back to my Mashup posts (because- life had totes gotten in the way!) So, it’s looking nice today for a mashup- we’ve got scarfy week, clothespin clips for organization, a bloggy anniversary (with a kick-butt giveaway) and the beginning details on a September event that is going to be absolutely fabulous! Continue reading