here, (an insightful and interesting blog, btw, which I'd point folks to even if they didn't like Forbidden Rose,) as one of their best books read in 2010.
Isn't that wonderful? I don't know what to say. I don't recognize myself as the person on a list like this.
So I'll just point out all the great books I'm keeping company with and how much I like them. That is very easy for me to do.
Mary Balogh, A Secret Affair*
Joanna Bourne, The Forbidden Rose *g*
Loretta Chase, Last Night’s Scandal *
Jennifer Crusie, The Cinderella Deal *
Eileen Dreyer, Barely a Lady
Elizabeth Hoyt, Wicked Intentions *
Julie James, Something About You
Lisa Kleypas, Love in the Afternoon *
Nora Roberts, The Search
Sharon Shinn, Troubled Waters
I've read the ones with *.
They are wonderful books that I recommend wholeheartedly. I read the Crusie book when it first came out. I love all her work. But it's been a while and I've forgotten the details. I'll have to dig out my old copy or buy a new one and enjoy it all over again.
The Dreyer book is on my TBR shelf already, just jittering in place with impatience. I'm going to read it the minute I finish this manuscript I'm working on.
The NR book I haven't bought yet, but will. There's an Indie bookstore in town with a copy waiting for me.
The other two are a contemp and a paranormal. I'm slower to pick up these genres, but I'll take steps to get them now that they've been recommended.
I am going to take this opportunity to say how glad I am for a surname that begins with 'B'. It puts me close to the top of alphabetic lists which makes me feel important.
My maiden name, Watkins, left me at the bottom of all those lists. Always in the back of the class.