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"Summer at Tiffany" - Marjorie Hart

"Summer at Tiffany" - Marjorie Hart

Initial Response: Bright and Charming

First Sentence: "From the top deck of the bus, Marty and I were mesmerized by Fifth Avenue as we watched glamorous stores spring up like pages out of Mademoiselle." - Marjorie Hart

From the Reader: Just a delightful read. 

Best With: I had it with Vanilla tea as I cuddled into bed each night. It matches perfectly with this soothing charming story. 

Exclamation: This novel is so well rounded! You have all you need in a good read; charm, storytelling, history, character, friendship, and character. I adore recommending it to every girlfriend of mine. One of my weaknesses is historical fiction, but this true story gave me all the romance and grit I could have ever hoped for in the book.

Recommend to: After I finished this I had to immediately give it to my grandmother to read and she adored it. So this fits any old soul, jewelry lovers, history lovers, a friend going to New York or wanting to move there. This is also a great gift, it is too sweet of a read for anyone not to enjoy!

Ideal reading spot: This book is full of big dreams and sweet kindnesses. I found it a lovely companion in bed. Cuddled up with my night-time tea, a candle and my favorite classical music station. It will make your sleep so peaceful!

Category: This is perfect for Blue Skies, it is a clear story that will leave you refreshed. 

Reading Level: I think this book is suitable for high school and up!

Finale: Do you remember the best summer of your life? I feel I know mine and the magic of this book just makes my memories even sweeter. 

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-Thee Busiest Bee

"The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society" - Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows

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"The Alchemiest" - Paulo Coelho

"The Alchemiest" - Paulo Coelho