I have to admit I didn't actually watch it last night but rather this morning, my wonderful husband taped it for me, I'm virtually clueless when it comes to programming VCRs. The Yankees came on at 7:05 and I watched them instead. (Kristie and Wendy I'm not gloating--really, that would jinx them--LOL)
So, while watching the ballgame last night I finished Liz Carlyle's One Little Sin. It's a Liz Carlyle so, of course, it's entertaining and I enjoyed it, but there was something about the book that seemed vaguely familiar, and I can't put my finger on it. Maybe it's because I probably read the coming attractions at the end of her last book, but the ending seemed familiar too, I must be reading too much romance and getting completely confused. I'm sure if you try RT or AAR, you'll find wonderful reviews, I haven't looked yet.
Tuesday night I finished Lord of Desire by Paula Quinn. It was a very good medieval. It takes place pre The Battle of Hastings and has Duke William playing a major role. Saxon/Norman conflict, interesting characters, evil villains, not without flaws, but a good book. I didn't check out these reviews either, but I'm sure they are good.
So, let's recap:
- Discovered LOST
- The Yankees are in 1st place with 4 games to go (I know it's only one game but it's still good)
- Read 2 good books.
It's been a good couple of days, and I'm keeping my promise to blog positive.
Next book up on the TBR pile--a reread of Judith McNaught's Whitney, My Love. It's been years since I've read it. Will I still think it's great, or will my thoughts change with age? I'm not sure I'll be offended by the "scene" but I may find the whole book too melodramatic. I'll post about it tomorrow.