I am at the beach in Ogunquit, ME this week, and got some great beach reads to bring with me! But, I may not be able to make all my weekly visits, as I'll have little access to technology.
Sandra Brown's latest romantic thriller Tough Customer looks like it won't disappoint. It's the story of a young woman who meets her father for the first time when he is called to help keep her safe from a crazed stalker.
FINISHED THIS WEEK:
An Accidental Woman by Barbara Delinsky is a follow-up to Lake News. Both books have been out for many years. I love the way she writes about New England life.
The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella, very funny story about a finance lawyer who runs off to the country and becomes a housekeeper. Unfortunately her fancy education did not include cooking or even sewing on a missing button!
Death of a Hussy is #5 in M.C. Beaton's cozy mystery series about Scottish policeman Hamish MacBeth. It was a very quick read, but lots of fun as always.
I was reading Sunflowers by Sheramy Bundrick last week, but I didn't finish it. It was well written and an interesting idea of what Van Gogh's last year's may have been like, but I couldn't get past the sadness and loneliness of his life, and knowing the outcome just made it sadder.
CURRENTLY READING: Desert Wives by Betty Webb. This is the second of her Lena Jones mysteries, about the murder of the Prophet of a fictional polygamous cult called Purity in the Arizona/Utah desert.
To see what others are reading and have received this week, visit Mailbox Monday, hosted by <>Marcia at The Printed Page and It's Monday, What Are You Reading?, a weekly event hosted by <>Sheila from Book Journey.