KSGuard says ...
My DIK list? Do I have to only have one?
Difficult, very difficult.
Shanna - for certain. My first love in historical romance since the age of 11.
Uncertain Magic and The Shadow and the Star - Kinsale
Outlander - Diana Gabaldon.
Bet Me - Jennifer Crusie, though it'd be a tie with Welcome to Temptation.
Bible - it should be first or the lightening might get me.
Montana Sky and the Chesapeake Bay Series - Nora Roberts. I just never get tied of them.
Charm School - Nelson DeMille - not romance but a page-turner
A Macgyver How-to book
I'll stop here...for now.
I loved Shanna when I read it many years ago. Must have read it three or four times. I still have the copy on my Keeper Shelf. Would I enjoy it now? Would it feel dated?
I just don't know.
Outlander ... oh yes. Hmmm ... or maybe Drums. Which would I rather reread if I could only do one. I'd have to think about that for a while.
Great, great books. Such fluid expression and vividness.
Crusie ... the book most recently read and loved with an unruly passion was Faking It. But Welcome to Temptation is probably favorite.
I have never read Montana Sky.
So weird. I can't imagine how I missed it. Maybe I slipped into some alternate reality for a while.
I'm pretty sure I have MS tucked away in the TBR pile where it sits like the cherry on the Sundae, waiting for last.
I must think up some plausible excuse to reward myself. Yes.
Haven't read the DeMIlle. Can I say spy thrillers are not my usual cup of tea? Perhaps I will thumb through it in the library and see if it grabs me.