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Let Me Call You Sweetheart by Mary Higgins Clark.
The Pagan King – An old first edition I found at a garage sale. First of many….I love history bio or fiction! Take me away!
Secrets of the Vine by some religious dude. My sister gave it to me years ago, saying she wasn’t that impressed with it. Now I’m trying to get through all the books I’ve piled up over the years, so this one is up now. It’s not terrible, but I’m glad to be almost done with it.
Nothing, at the moment. I finally submitted to peer pressure and read 50 Shades, so I’m waiting for SOMEONE to finish the second one so she can send it to me. I also recently read “Dewey” – the story of the library cat who lived for 19 years in Spencer, IA. It was a sweet story, as much about the librarian and the town as it was about the cat. More, actually about those things than about the cat. But still a nice read. So I’m between pages at the moment.
Nothing…I don’t read books. But I did enjoy the 50 Shades of Grey series. Read all 3 of those in 6 days.
Nothing yet! I wanted to start Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah over the weekend, but didn’t. That’s the next on my list to read.