Since I’m a bit disorganized this morning, this will be less of a round-up and more of a ramble. Having been on a mystery kick for a while, I’ve swung back around to historical romance. I’m just finishing up Julia Quinn’s latest, Ten Things I Love About You. Next up? Laura Lee Guhrke’s Secret Desires of a Gentleman and Your Scandalous Ways by the always fabulous Loretta Chase.
Speaking of Loretta Chase, if anyone is having trouble eking out the months until the release of The Mischief of the Mistletoe, I highly recommend Loretta Chase’s Mr. Impossible. Along with P.G. Wodehouse’s Bertie Wooster, Mr. Impossible (aka Rupert Carsington) was a direct inspiration for our own lovable Turnip Fitzhugh.
What’s in your reading queue?