Damn...too many books!
Welcome back! I once again pulled something off the bookshelf. It feels good to be able to get one of the million books off. I have a long way to go before my bookcases are empty. I'm not sure that will ever happen. So here's what I read...
by Lori Foster, Lucy Monroe
& Sarah Title
Down on Jonathan Avenue, the shy proprietor of the quaint bookstore can't seem to keep her fantasies about a famous writer to herself. While at The Old Orchard Inn the tempting smell of spiced hot cider lures an out-of-town investor to investigate the magnetic attraction of his sultry but strangely old-fashioned manager. And over at Apple of My Pie a play-by-the-rules accountant wants much more than tasty treats from the pop up food truck's capricious baker.
You can always tell a true romance "obsessed" reader. She (shh, me) is willing to buy a book with three stories in it when she's already read two of them before in a different book but wants to know what this new story is all about.
Yep, it's me! (like you didn't know that)
What can I say, this is one of the reasons I have so many books that are waiting to be read. I just can't help myself. You have to has a sickness when you're willing to spend so much on a book that you've already read 2/3 of.
But I did buy it and I did read it...again. (or most of it)
Well I reread the Lori Foster, I'm not a huge fan of Lucy Monroe's books so I didn't bother to read it again. I really bought the book so I could read the Sarah Title story. It is written in the same town as the others with the same theme. Full moon & Delicious, Ohio.
Here's the original book that I read.
In the first book I really enjoyed both Fosters and Castell's stories. Not sure why but when they reissued the book adding a new story, that they didn't also add in the Castell, but the didn't. What a shame. I really like her romances.
Since you know my feelings about Foster's & Monroe's stories lets talk Sarah Title.
She's a new author for me. I've got a free books of hers but haven't yet read them. Her story is called, Full Moon Pie. My sick mind went somewhere dark with that title...not to worry, I'll keep my thoughts to myself.
I really enjoyed the story. I liked both Mona & (khaki) Dan. You'll have to read the story to find out why he's called that. I loved the whole idea of how she handled the moon part of the story. It was very well done. I also enjoyed the other characters in the book. As a whole, it was a good story.
I'm very glad that I bought the book and took the time to read it.