The Girl Who Chased The Moon

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This book by, Sarah Addison Allen, is exactly what I needed in terms of a good read.  I've been stuck on dark, brooding, supernatural, star crossed lovers books lately and I needed a good ole sweet, southern, enchanting, mystery..

The Girl Who Chased The Moon, charmed me from the first chapter and had me guessing what would happen next all the way until the end.  Every day that I read this book, I felt like a young girl again, day dreaming of that happily ever after in fairy tales.

This book is just plain whimsical!
And charming...
and the sort of read that just leaves you with a cozy feeling.

You must read this book!!
It is a quick read, which is good for busy peeps like myself.  AND because I like all of my readers, I'll give my copy of the book to whoever wants it.  Just leave me a comment on my blog and I'll mail it to you.  If there is more that one person interested, then I will choose someone at random, so be sure to include your email address.  Just be sure to use brackets, ie, lizluscomb{at}live{dot}com. or email me your address.

Here is the synopsis:
Emily Benedict has come to Mullaby, North Carolina, hoping to solve at least some of the riddles surrounding her mother’s life. But the moment Emily enters the house where her mother grew up and meets the grandfather she never knew, she realizes that mysteries aren’t solved in Mullaby, they’re a way of life: Here are rooms where the wallpaper changes to suit your mood. Unexplained lights skip across the yard at midnight. And a neighbor, Julia Winterson, bakes hope in the form of cakes, not only wishing to satisfy the town’s sweet tooth but also dreaming of rekindling the love she fears might be lost forever. Can a hummingbird cake really bring back a lost love? Is there really a ghost dancing in Emily’s backyard? The answers are never what you expect. But in this town of lovable misfits, the unexpected fits right in.