Sunday, October 23, 2011

Entering the last seven hours of the Dewey Read-a-thon

As all the readers strive to keep thei eyelids by any means necessary. Whether you use toothpicks, glue, caffeine, or sugar it doesn't matter. In my case, I am using mini Snickers and mini bottles of Coke. I've only had one of each and the Coke is still sitting here and has gotten a little warm now.

I added Heather Graham into the mix twice. I read Home for Christmas.

Blurb: It broke Travis' heart to see Isabella go, but he was the Yankee captain who had commandeered her home and she was a daughter of the Confederacy. However much he wished it, there could be no love between them. Yet, even in the war-torn South, there was room for a Christmas miracle or two...

Her next book I read was Wilde Imaginings.

Blurb: Rising out of the murky English moors, Fairhaven Castle housed dark secrets ... and handsome, brooding Brian Wilde. But even as Brian's touch filled lovely Alyssa Evans with fire, his enigmatic manner chilled her with fear. Could she discover the castle's secrets before it was too late?


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