The Cubicle Next Door by Siri Mitchell. This is inspirational chick lit in a very loose sort of way. I think Mitchell now writes more overtly inspirational fiction, but in this book the religion is pretty light. It’s a modern fairy tale with an almost too perfect hero, but the heroine/narrator is what makes this book. Have some thoughts floating around that may turn into a post.
Bad Attitude by K.A. Mitchell. I’m far from an impartial judge of this author’s work, so I’ll just say that I enjoyed this book as fiction but also because I love the bits of Baltimore in the story. The places the MCs live (or want to live) say a lot about who they are.
JD Robb’s In Death series — I’ve been skimming chunks of these books. I have the entire series, including the original paperback versions and first edition hardbacks when they made that jump. I’ll be keeping about a dozen of the books, mostly paperbacks that predate the change to hard cover, and passing the rest on.
As I’ve unpacked the boxes (and boxes and boxes) of books, I’ve set aside about 50 more books to read or pass on in addition to the In Death books. And there are still five large bins of books to go…