Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Elizabeth Adler Books…Three in a Row!

I picked up this book at the library because I liked the cover photo!


And it was GOOD! A light read that was very entertaining! Lots of descriptions of places, food and even clothes! I love any book set on the beach!

So off I went to the library for this one set in Italy!


And now I am reading another one set in Italy!

They are light reads…with a little mystery thrown in for extra interest!


Amazon says this about the author, “Elizabeth Adler is a self-confessed romantic, a travel addict and a foodie, all of which she brings to the reader in her novels, along with a tough thrust of suspense and an unfolding mystery that keeps you on your toes.”

Warning….They are romance novels so there are a few ‘grown up scenes’! The first one I read was the best one so far, There’s Something About St. Tropez!

I’m joining the What We’re reading Linky Party this month! Thanks Ricki from Art @ Home for inviting me to join!


I hope you will, too! Do you like books that take you to the beach…or to Italy? What are you reading right now?


laurie said...

I just finished Shanghia Girls,, this looks good,, I like a mystery but dislike guts and gore!Thanks for the recomendation

Barbara F. said...

I love books like this, sometimes you just need a light read to relax and unwind. I will be on the look-out for this author. xo,

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I've been reading lots of books about the beach this summer! I just finished Claire Cooks 'Life's A Beach' and enjoyed it very much.

KAT said...

I have not been reading many books for awhile. last one I enjoyed was my friends novel called "Flybait's Lament"

Vee said...

It's fun to find a good summertime read. Currently, I'm reading crochet directions.

Bonnie said...

Hi there! I am your newest follower. Thank you so much for linking up with us this month. Elizabeth Adler sounds like an author I would really enjoy. Off to add her books to my to-read list! Thanks!

Della said...

I'm going to have to look for these, a light read is just what I need! I love stories based around the ocean and beach. I can really get into them! The cover of "St. Tropez" caught my eye, too!
Thanks for sharing!
Hugs, Della

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Happy reading!
I loved your last Post about all your "retro" finds. So fun! I really love the cute little cosmetic bag.

koralee said...

Summer is usually my reading time...not this Summer...way too much going on....I will need to get back to school to have a rest. Happy reading. xoxo

Ginger Zuck said...

I will have to jot down your list!! I have been reading a lot more because of Art @ Home recommendations, but I'm always open to others, because I love everything, but my fav is romance, what girl's isn't!! Thanks

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Thanks for linking up :D These books look perfect for fun beach or lake reading! I just went to the library today, but I will check next week and see if they have these.

Ricki Jill

Joanne said...

OOOO a spicy book just the thing to read over the summer! Thanks!
Blessings, Joanne

Karen said...

I love a good "beach" read. Right now I'm reading a -move to the country and ditch corporate america"- read ... And I will have Some Peace Here...

michelle said...

These look great! I just finished a few light reads as well, 'A Summer Afair' by Elin Hilderbrand and 'Angel Falls' by Kristin Hannah. They were great and one took place on Nantucket and the other in Washington State so I got the best of both worlds. :)

Becky~ said...

Very interesting reads.

Hi Diane Im back please come and join me when you can.Becky~~

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

They sound like fun summer time books! I just finished "Sarah's Key" it was a "can't put it down" type of book!

Rachel @ Pleased as Punch said...

I love it that you actually picked a book because of its cover...too funny!!!

I read some heavy, depressing books in the beginning of the summer, and am now on to much lighter fare.

I'm reading "In her shoes" by Jennifer Weiner...haven't seen the movie. It's OK. Mildly trashy, but just mildly. I could live without it. But now I have to finish it!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Calling by as promised from the Reading Party, good you joined us this month. I read Summer In Tuscany in 2003 when we were still researching our move to Italy.

Maggie said...

I'm reading lots of books about Italy this summer partly for the Italy in Books Challenge but mostly because Italy is a place we've enjoyed visiting and I want to learn more about it.