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March Books

I read 8 books in March:

Sacred Sins - Nora Roberts (thanks Anne!)
Moonlight Road - Robyn Carr
Big Girl - Danielle Steel
Worst Case - James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge
The Inn at Eagle Point - Sherryl Woods
Flowers on Main - Sherryl Woods
Harbor Lights - Sherryl Woods
(The last 3 books were a series)
Too Close To Home - Linwood Barclay


All the books were really good. Big Girl was the story of a girl unloved by her parents because she didn't fit the "thin" mold. I think it's one of Steel's best books. I really enjoyed the Sherryl Woods' series, and look forward to reading more of her books. And Linwood Barclay has to be my favorite new find. Ever since my niece, Lenore, gave me one of his books for Christmas, I want to get my hands on every one of his books. This is one of his best novels so far and I highly recommend it!


My first book for April is Deeper Than the Dead by Tami Hoag.

Hoag is another favorite, but she doesn't release as many books as some of the other authors...

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