Emma Goldrick’s “My Brother’s Keeper”
Again I find myself having difficulty getting into the story simply because neither character seemed that attractive to me. I wonder if I am actually just shallow in this way. Otherwise, a decent story of rather unlikely love coming to be.
Michelle Reid’s “A Question of Pride”
Ah the office affair that was supposed to stay easy but gets VERY complicated. I loved this story. I liked this male character’s turn into being a responsible adult.
Reader’s Digest Condensed Books: 1. Mary Higgins Clark’s “Let Me Call You Sweetheart”, 2. Clancy Carlile’s “Children of the Dust”, 3. Harry Stein’s “Magic Bullet” and 4. Dorothy Gilman’s “Mrs. Pollifax and the Lion Killer”.
- “…Sweetheart”: Great story, I love this author. One of the ones I forget how much I like until I read them again. Good mystery and drama with a little romance.
- “..Dust”: An interesting southern story, was not painful to read. Good characters and interactions.
- “…Bullet”: Scientific drama that is gripping and exciting though a bit “tech-bookish” ..fed my geek side well.
- “Lion Killer”: Hated it. Ok hate is a bit strong but this one was painful to read. The last few pages were ok but the lead up was excruciating for me. I could however, see a 70 year old woman who didn’t travel much in life truly enjoying this.
And that completes the romance novel marathon!
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