November: the lost month

Well, this past November was the worst fiction reading month since I started keeping track of my reading.  December is already looking better, based on a few new releases and a holiday-themed anthology by Carla Kelly.

Other than the non-fiction mentioned in my last SBD post, the only reading I did was:

1.  Mummy Dearest by Josh Lanyon.  M/m novella.  Read this early in the month; liked it as standard Lanyon, although it was not particularly distinctive to me.

2.  Meljean Brook’s novella in the Wild & Steamy anthology she put out with Carolyn Crane.  Enjoyed the glimpse into the constable’s life.

3.  The Next Always by Nora Roberts.  Mentioned here.

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