Etiquette For Runaways by Liza Nash Taylor
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Disclaimer: I don’t read for reality okay? I love romance and HEA and this is not that. Yet, I really enjoyed this book!
Historical Fiction in Paris, Virginia & NYC
Nash Taylor gives us a good chunk of May’s backstory in Virginia. This is a historical fiction novel. I love the different places & times this book takes me.
May tries to keep her heart compartmentalized. Throughout the book, May plays it close to the vest. readers see May carries a great burden of shame because of what other people think about her. We see how that shame causes her issues. May’s lack of vulnerability really changes her life path.
Vulnerability & Escaping the Past
May only tells people what they need to know. There are a lot of ways I can relate to her. Small town expectations & people thinking they know you but they really don’t. She grapples with this as she tries to move on & start fresh.
I really like this one! It’s got some twists and turns as May is finding her way. Read Etiquette For Runaways by Liza Nash Taylor if you’re a fan of literary and/or historical fiction & enjoy stories about women finding their way.
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