Friday, May 1, 2009

April Reads!

April Reads for 2009
22. September Sisters by Jillian Cantor
YA - Fiction
4.5 out of 5
23. Temptation Ridge by Robyn Carr
4 out of 5
24. Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
YA - Fiction
4 out of 5
25. The Knitting Cluby by Ann Hood
Women's Fiction
4 out of 5
26. Pursuit by Karen Robards
Romantic Suspense
4.5 out of 5
27. Great terrible beauty by Libba Bray
YA - Fiction
4 out of 5
28. The Lost Hours by Karen White
5 out of 5

Now to meet my challenge I have to read the following books..

Here is my list
5. Red Tent by Anita Diamant
6. Sunset Bay by Susan Mallery
7. Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
9. We are all welcome here by Elizabeth Berg
10. Fire and Ice by Julie Garwood

I have already read
1. Pagan Stone by Nora Roberts
2. Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
3. Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman
4. Knitting Circle by Ann Hood
7. Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
8. Temptation Ridge by Robyn Carr

Are you reading anything good right now??


Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Joy,
Thanks so much for the visit today. I love your blog...the list of books is have some of my favorite authors on there.
:) Diane

Chari said...

Hello Joy...

Just read your sweet note that you left on my angel in the jar post...I'm so happy that you stopped by for a visit and thank you so much for the sweet comments!!!

Girl, you have quite the book list going there! Ohhh...I hate to admit that I'm not much of a book textbooks just about ruined my love for reading! Isn't that sad? I do read all of the blogs guess I'm still getting a bit of reading done! Hehe!!!

Just wanted to tell you that I was looking down through some of your previous how you gave your cabinets (above) a new makeover! Looks great!!! I love those pretty little pink and blue teapots!!!

Warmest wishes,

Angie said...

The only book on any of those lists that I've ever read is The Red Tent (which I really enjoyed).

M. L. Kiner said...

"The Hong Kong Connection" is a legal thriller about a gutsy female attorney who takes on high ranking International officials. It's a taut, rollercoaster of a ride from New York to Palm Beach to Washington D.C. to Hong Kong. The plot is expertly woven, the characters persuasive, and the dialogue snappy and spot on.