Been reading Dakota by Martha Grimes. It is a nice story with a bit of a mystery underlying. This is the 2nd book didn't know that but it is still good. Wish I would have read the 1st though (The first is Biting the Moon.
I hate that don't you? I get ebooks from the library, and it seems like every other one I read, I'm reading the third in a trilogy or second in a series...I wish they would list them in some sort of order. I would read them in order if I had a clue.
I picked up Beautiful Creatures the other day. I remember seeing an ad for the movie. Its totally a teen romance/supernatural thing and I'm not loving it. I read a few in that genre that weren't too bad for some reason I just can't care about this story at all.
Esmerelda Supercalifragilistic (42) DD (6) DS (3) Just eat it, will ya
I've been reading about autism and bipolar lately. Earlier this year I read Debbie Macomber cedar cove series. I will have finished all of the books she has ever written when I finish the one I'm currently reading. I have a lot of time sitting in therapist offices to read. I really don't know what I will start next. On the plus side I'm leading the adult summer reading program on the number of books I've read so far.
Me 33, DD - O 13, DS1 -J 8, DS2 - Cr 6, DS3 - Co 5, DD2 - E (11/10)
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