Ghost Writer – Rene Gutteridge

I picked this book up off of my new favorite website a site where you can trade your books for free. Well almost free, you pay the cost of shipping (media mail). I choose Ghost Writer because I’ve enjoyed other Gutteridge books. But as I started to read this book things were somewhat familiar. The name Clayton Baxter in particular. I realized I read this book back in November of 2004. It’s a good story even if I forgot that I had already read the book.

She’s All That – Kristen Billerbeck

I picked up this book at Wal-Mart because I was getting ready to go to “The Nail Spa” and wanted something to read while I waited. Of course, they took me right in and I didn’t have a chance to even start it.

Due to my busy schedule of late I’ve had a tough time finding time to read, but I finally finished this book on Saturday. A very different genre of book for me. I’ve never been to a fancy spa and my idea of fashion is a nice pair of sweats and a t-shirt or sweatshirt that matches!

But this story was cute. Moments when you wanted to cry and laugh with the the main character, Lilly. It does have a “happily ever after” type ending, but there appears to be a Book 2 on the horizon so who knows what will happen to the happily!

The Lazarus Trap – Davis Bunn

Not sure what it is about Mr. Bunn’s writing, I just haven’t cared for a lot of what he’s written. I did enjoy his book, Elixer. This one was better than “The Great Divide” which I couldn’t finish. This one had some good moments, and a couple of nice twists. Not a strong line of redemption and definitely not a “happy” ending for all involved.

By Davis Bunn / Thomas Nelson / W