10 Mysteries To Keep You On Your Toes Through Summer

Hey ya’ll! Today we’re in for a special treat at Traveling With T because one of my best book friends, Erin from Deep South Magazine, is stopping by to talk about her other type of fave books- mysteries! You might know Erin from her #SouthernLit Twitter parties, or from Reading Lists that she posts with great Southern Lit recommendations. Heck, you may have seen us chit chatting about books or Big Little Lies on Twitter!

Anyway, Erin and I go way back to basically the beginning of my blog and when she pitched me this idea- I was ALL for it. I was like “Go forth and get your mystery on!”

So, now I hand it over to Erin who can tell you what mysteries you need to check out in her post Ten Mysteries To Keep You On Your Toes Through Summer. Take it away, Erin! Continue reading


The Marriage Pact by M.J. Pullen

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This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

The Marriage Pact

Marci Thompson, like many women, had her life envisioned for what it would look like by a certain age. Marriage, kids, happy career.

But on her 30th birthday- not only has she not achieved any of her dreams- her life path is so far from what she wants- it’s not even funny.

She’s a temp. She lives in a small apartment. Her best friends live in another state. She is in love- but he’s married. And one of her bosses.

On her birthday, though, a reminder from the past comes fluttering through her email- a pact that she and her best friend, Jake, made on a night long ago. A marriage pact! Continue reading

The Marriage Pact by Linda Lael Miller

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This book was sent to Traveling With T in exchange for a fair review.

The Marriage Pact

It’s Hadleigh Stevens wedding day. The day she has been looking forward to for some time. The day that she will remember for the rest of her life.

Well… Hadleigh will remember her wedding day forever- but not for the vows. Or the cake. Or the first kiss as husband and wife. Oh no, Hadleigh will remember her wedding day for a whole other reason. Continue reading