Okay, so I finally finished Iris Johansen’s The Perfect Witness, which I swear I started reading by accident. img11 I was already a good stretch into another book, but happened to leave it well out of reach at a time when I really needed something to read. The Perfect Witness happened to be on a stack of other books nearby, so I just grabbed it & read the first couple pages to keep myself occupied. But I couldn’t just toss it back on the pile & walk away after that, could I? Of course not—I had to keep reading to the end. img37
I also just finished Strictly Lonergan’s Business, the second book in Maureen Child’s “Summer of Secrets” Desire trilogy, & have begun the third & final installment, Satisfying Lonergan’s Honor.
But I’m still in the market for another book to start next, because I always try to juggle at least two at the same time.
A lot (maybe even most) of my boxes of TBR books have already been taken to the new house, but I made a point of leaving a few behind. Mostly random hardbacks that I’d like to get through sooner rather than later, anyway, so they can be donated to my local bookmobile &/or public library. And yes, I’ll admit it: I also sort of like the idea of being “forced” into reading some of these titles that I might not get around to for a very long time otherwise. img15
So… Here are my current choices, & I’d love your input to help me decide which to pick up first!
Passions of a Wicked Earl by Lorraine Heath
Mad About the Duke by Elizabeth Boyle
Confessions of an Improper Bride by Jennifer Haymore
And the only non-Regency, non-historical…
Up Close and Personal by Carla Cassidy
Have you read any of these? What did you think?
And even if you haven’t read any of them yet…which do you think I should start next?
Such a hard choice! If I could, I’d read them all at once, I swear! img19