I'm re-reading Jodi Picoult's ''Plain Truth'', which I read years ago and loved. It's about a young Amish girl who gets pregnant out of wedlock. The baby is found dead only hours after birth. If you haven't read it, I recommend it as one of Jodi's best books. I've liked many of her other ones but this one tops them all for me.
The reason I'm re-reading it though is because our book club is reading it this month. I'm enjoying it second time around and it feels like re-aquainting myself with a good friend. But re-reading books is not something I do much of. More so due to a lack of time and a mammoth TBR pile than anything.
This got me wondering if there were any books other people loved so much the first time that they still read over again and again. I know there are a few on my list of books I want to read again one day. Some that stand out are:
- THREE WISHES by Liane Moriarty
- I HAVE A BED MADE OF BUTTERMILK PANCAKES by Jaclyn Moriarty.
- MARRYING DAISY BELLAMY by Susan Wiggs.
- MY BEST FRIEND'S GIRL by Dorothy Koomson
One day I'll get round to them again. In the meantime, I'm wondering what books you have that you've either read more than once or want to read again one day.
AND because I'm a dill and ordered TWO copies of the new Mills and Boon Loves Anthology today, I'm running my first contest. Anyone who leaves a comment on this post will go in the draw to win my extra copy :) I for one am so excited about reading this book. It contains my good friend Leah's debut book ''Secrets and Speed-dating'' and also Aimee Carson's debut, which I'm hanging out to read. Not to mention books by super woman Maisey Yates and the talented Barbara Wallace.
Really looking forward to reading your answers and perhaps adding MORE books to my TBR pile...