Sunday Reading: When We Met


There is something about becoming a writer that makes being a reader all that much harder. You begin to pick apart plots, change dialog and sometimes, you throw the book out in disgust because it isn't going the way you want it to go.

All the same reasons I became a writer in the first place. But I digress.

The deceiving part of having a Kindle is that you have no reminder of just how big your TBR (To Be Read) Pile is growing until you log on and find them all on your screen. Hubby is happy that there isn't the book piles growing in the house, but that's him.

A couple of months ago (dear me, has it been months?!) I got a copy of SUSAN MALLERY'S WHEN WE MET (2014). It wasn't until the massive heatwave hit Maine this weekend that I took the time to crack it open and I couldn't be happier!




I know that I came into the Fool's Gold books in mid-series, but I can't say enough good things about this book. Not once did I want to throw this book. It's all set around the town of Fool's Gold, California and Taryn Crawford has met her match with Angel Whittaker. They are both strong, determined and wounded. And it's going to take both of them together to make it work. Everything about this book is good, the character who change and grow and are not characters, but people when you finish. Love it! Now I've got a whole bunch more books to add to the TBR pile!  I've got a lot of catching up to do.

So, what are you reading? 



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