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12. The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss: WHOA. Really good, picking up a lot of action in far of lands and the land of the fae. Kvothe is kind of a Mary Sue, but not annoying about it. I actually like him. I just wish that there was more background info about the bad guys. Other than that, really enjoyed it and couldn't put it down. I cannot wait for the final book.

13. The Princess Bride by William Goldman: Probably one of my most favorite movies of all time. Only, it's even better as a book. I love how much Goldman commits to the whole S. Morganstern bit. Seriously, amazing dedication to a fake author/history. I love the story and it's interesting to hear a story that spotlights that bad things happe to good people and life isn't fair.

14. A Body to Die For by Kate White: Bailey goes on vacation at her family friend Danny's inn/spa. The bodies start dropping and it's up to her to solve the murder and save the inn.

15. Lady Be Good by Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Lady Emma comes to sew her oats with playboy golf pro Kenny Traveler. Only Kenny is trying to clean up his bad boy image.

16. Call Me Irresistible by Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Meg encourages her friend to call off her wedding to the saintly Ted Beaudine only to find herself falling from him.

17. Sew Everything by Diana Rupp: Just got a sewing machine, so decided to reread this book. Super thorough, tons of illustrations/diagrams, and all in layman's terms. It's probably the best beginner sewing book I've found.


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