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January - February 2014 Books

It's hard to keep up with a blog when you're on Facebook and Twitter, but I'm going to try...

As an avid book reader, I'm a bit behind on my goal for the year.

JANUARY 2014:
Miracle Road - Emily March (Kindle)
A Change of Heart - Barbara Longley (Kindle)
Doctor Sleep - Stephen King (hardback)
Fearless Fourteen - Janet Evanovich (paperback)
A Cold Creek Christmas Surprise - RaeAnne Thayne (Kindle)
Finger Lickin' Fifteen - Janet Evanovich (paperback)
Seaview Inn - Sheryyl Woods (Kindle)

FEBRUARY 2014:
Home to Seaview Key - Sheryyl Woods (Kindle)
Sizzling Sixteen - Janet Evanovich (Kindle)
Fear Nothing - Lisa Gardner (Kindle)
Come Home to Me - Brenda Novak (Kindle-ARC)
Single by Saturday - Catherine Bybee (Kindle)
Smokin' Seventeen - Janet Evanovich (Kindle)
Perfect Together - Carly Phillips (Kindle)

Loved the Sheryyl Woods books, and Fear Nothing by Lisa Gardner was one of her best! Love Brenda Novak, and enjoyed reading the ARC of her new book. Evanovich books are getting a little stale, but they're still enjoyable.

January and February were cold, snowy months. The snow in the first part of February stuck around for a long time because we had bitter cold temperatures along with it. The city did a lousy job of clearing off streets, so it was treacherous driving for about a week!

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