Sigh...I hate not having computer access from home. Nope, still no luck with the computer. Since I have to move at end of July, computer repairs aren't really in my budget. Trying to justify putting it on a credit card, and cringe every time I think of it. :-\
Linda: Saw your friend request Friday and approved it. Did you know we are 77% "compatible" on books?
FINISHED SINCE LAST WEEK:
River Marked by Patricia Briggs (paranormal/urban fantasy; Mercy Thompson #6)
Happily Never After by Jeaniene Frost (vampire novella)
Reckoning by Jeaniene Frost (vampire novella)
Devil to Pay by Jeaniene Frost (vampire novella)
Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs (paranormal/urban fantasy; Alpha and Omega #2)
Fair Game by Patricia Briggs (paranormal/urban fantasy; Alpha and Omega #3)
Almost Home by Vicki Lewis Thompson (romance novella, Sons of Chance #6.5)
Plum Lovin' by Janet Evanovich (romance)
Hunting Ground had my favorite opening of all the Patricia Briggs books. I don't want to ruin anything for those who might be interested in reading the series (and I DO recommend reading the Mercy and A&O books in order), but absolutely loved it.
Almost Home is a novella offered for free during May and June by VLT. It is available for both Nook and Kindle. Search on the title if interested. It is a prequel to her next trio of books in the "Sons of Chance" series. I will probably finish that tonight before going on to finish Plum Lovin'. I read the first two chapters last night only because I couldn't sleep, and didn't feel like powering up the Nook again.
Generous Death by Nancy Pickard (Jenny Cain mystery #1) -- Pickard is the featured author for June in the Cozy Mystery Group at GoodReads. I lucked on to the first books in two different series by her at the local used book store.
When you follow the sheep, you end up in sheep dip.