I'm in New York City with my sister, Linda, and my best friend, Donna, right now. So, I'm probably
I can tell you the three books I took with me for the trip, spending time in airports, although Donna and I usually talk instead of reading. I'm excited about Heather Webber's July release, Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe. They had me when they said for fans of Sarah Addison Allen. Magic, food, and a small Alabama town. I also have Susan Mallery's June 11th release, The Summer of Sunshine & Margot. It's about an etiquette coach, Margot Baxter, facing her toughest client. Bianca is an aging movie star, known for her shock-and-awe tactics, who must learn to be a diplomat's wife. Then, there's Margot's sister, Sunshine, the good-time girl determined to change her ways. And, of course, on a trip to New York, I took Lisa Grunwald's forthcoming book, Time After Time, because it's about a couple that meets at Grand Central Terminal. It's a love story with a touch of time travel. Let's face it. I might not get much read, but at least I'm prepared with books that sound appealing.
So, tell us all. What are you reading this week that appealed to you? Did the books hold up when you read them? I hope you all keep the conversation going!