With the apocalypse a-coming, I’ve been taking the time to re-read some old favorites. (Okay, so maybe it had more to do with it being rainy and grim outside.) You may have seen some of these mentioned on this page before:
— Lisa Kleypas, The Devil in Winter.
It’s a toss-up for me whether this or Secrets of a Summer Night is my favorite Kleypas. Kleypas is brilliant at evoking emotion, and Sebastian, the hero of Devil in Winter, bears a certain resemblance to Lord Vaughn in his quick wit and self-serving attitude.
— Kristan Higgins, Fools Rush In.
Higgins’ first, and possibly my favorite. I love the descriptions of small-town Cape Cod life. Oh, and in happy news, Higgins just signed a deal to write four more! Huzzah!
— Dorothy Sayers, Unnatural Death.
Everyone has a series blind spot, a book in a series that you just keep missing. I’ve read Gaudy Night at least a dozen times, but, somehow, I’d never read Unnatural Death before. There’s death, and, yes, it is unnatural.
What have you been reading?
p.s. has anyone read Game of Thrones? Thumbs up or thumbs down?