What'cha reading this week?

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What'cha reading this week?
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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 11:16am

Let us  know what UR  reading this week.....  ;O)

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Thu, 03-07-2013 - 3:12pm

Hi Teri,  I thought the Honolulu book sounded different... perhaps I'll order it when it gets a bit cheaper on Amazon de....  ;O)

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Thu, 03-07-2013 - 3:11pm

that's a lot to be readin g all at one time.....  have fun with it all.....  

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Wed, 03-06-2013 - 9:49am

I am reading Celebrity in Death by  JD Robb...Love Eve Dallas and Roark!!  Good series....also have one started on my kindle called Loving Eliza...by Ruth Ann Nordin...pretty good too!!


 


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Wed, 03-06-2013 - 9:48am

wordyone wrote:
<p><span style="font-family:comic sans ms,sans-serif; font-size:medium">I'm reading my kind of "fluff", a young adult book. This one is called Insurgent. It's the second in the "Divergent" series. I'm enjoying it and it's going quickly.  When I'm done - tomorrow, maybe - I'm not sure what I'll read. I'll have to get back to you on that, lol.</span></p><p><span style="font-family:comic sans ms,sans-serif; font-size:medium">In the car I'm listening to Safe Haven. It's pretty good. A sweet story, typical of Nicholas Sparks.</span></p>

I am also enjoying the Divergent series!!


 


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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 8:37pm

I am finishing up Left Neglected by Lisa Genova for next Tuesday's book club discussion.  I really like this book.  I am listening to Honolu by Alan Brennert - just started it, but so far I am enjoying it.  Alan Brennert also wrote Moloka'i which was a really good book.

~~ Teri

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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 5:16pm

I'm reading my kind of "fluff", a young adult book. This one is called Insurgent. It's the second in the "Divergent" series. I'm enjoying it and it's going quickly.  When I'm done - tomorrow, maybe - I'm not sure what I'll read. I'll have to get back to you on that, lol.

In the car I'm listening to Safe Haven. It's pretty good. A sweet story, typical of Nicholas Sparks.


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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 4:45pm

Hi D:   I finished Already Home last month and I also enjoyed it.  I sure like the idea of her store ;O)

Have fun reading your new book.

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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 1:26pm

I love that graphic. I have the same one as a siggy with my name on it.

I just finished reading Already Home by Susan Mallery. It was really good, better than I thought it would be, a little more than general fluff.

The official synopsis....

>>>After nearly a decade as a sous-chef in a trendy eatery, and fresh off a divorce from the owner, Jenna Stevens is desperate for a change. So when she spots a for-lease sign in her hometown, she impulsively decides to open her very own cooking store. Her crash course in business is aided by a streetwise store manager and Jenna's adoptive mother. But as soon as she gains a foothold in her new life, in walk her birth parents—aging hippies on a quest to reconnect.

Now Jenna must figure out how to reconcile the free-spirited Serenity and Tom with the parents who raised her and decide whether to open her heart to a man who just might be the best thing to happen to her in years. All without sacrificing her newly found dreams. In the end, Jenna will find that there is no perfect family, only the people we love. <<<

Next I'll be reading Painted Montana Sky by Debra Holland. I've not read that author before. I've only read the first two pages and it looks good so far. I wish it was longer than a novella, but if I like it, I'll read more of her books. Sounds like fluff, will see how it goes.....

>>>In Painted Montana Sky, a NOVELLA from the acclaimed Montana Sky Series, USA Today bestselling author Debra Holland brings together two people who have turned their backs on love and relationships.

In 1894, Lily Maxwell, aspiring painter, travels to Sweetwater Springs, Montana, with her precious cocker spaniel to work on an artistic project that could launch her career. For years, Lily has denied herself happiness because of her equestrian accident that left her with a damaged hip, a limp, and a sense of unworthiness. Her inability to bear children has kept her from giving her heart to anyone.

After rancher Tyler Dunn’s wife abandoned him and their son, he wants nothing to do with women. But this new girl in town, with her lovely violet eyes and her wonderful talent, stirs feelings in Tyler.

After Tyler rescues Lily’s dog from being swept away by the river, Lily develops a friendship with him, the people on his ranch, and his young son, Oliver. Yet the two of them dare not give in to their feelings for each other.

Can these lonely souls find their hearts’ desires under the majestic Montana Sky? <<<

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