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posts on 10/10/2006 10:37:17 AM Laura, I agree about all those books! Her contemporary are good but I don't think anything holds a candle to that writing. Almost Heaven always makes me cry over the choices she was forced to make. She followed her heart not tradition. Again all of them are wonderful. You should join our group where we can talk about books. Look back on Sueanne's hints some post back like around like late August.
posts on 10/10/2006 10:26:46 AM Hi all. Angela I agree with you re Ricochet - pretty good. I noticed you mentioned in Sept you like stories with deeper relationships. I don't know if you like historicals or not but I was ill recently & bored & ended up rereading Judith McNaught's Whitney my Love, Until You, Almost Heaven, Once & Always - I think some of the best of regency genre ever, because the characters are so deeply drawn, plot takes you through cresendos of joy, then conflict & despair, then reconciliation & commitment -entertaining read whether for 5th time or 1st.
posts on 10/9/2006 8:00:00 AM I have been making good use of our local library lately. I read Suzanne Brockmann's lastest SEAL/Troubleshooter book. It was decent but not superb. I just finished Sandra Brown's new book, Richochet. I thought it was one of her better new books, although the plot somehow reminded me of one of her earlier books (Fat Tuesday). It did have a good story and very good characters. I am now reading Nora Robert's new book, Angels Fall. It's starting out rather well, and I'm looking forward to my reading time this week. Happy reading everyone.

posts on 9/30/2006 5:40:34 PM Skye, were have you been? We have been watching for you to post. Look back for messages for you about our book discussions.
posts on 9/29/2006 9:44:18 PM Karen Marie Moning has finally updated her website. It looks good and she has added a message board. She says Darkfever as a stand alone is not a romance. Not sure what that means but there is an excerpt posted.
posts on 9/27/2006 8:48:48 PM I just re-read Suzanne Brockmann's book, Letters to Kelly. Someone on this message board recommended it a few months ago, and I'm glad I found it on the internet. It is a short but very powerful and moving book, and I cry every time I read it.
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