What I've Read - May 2011

Mercy by Julie Garwood

Bestselling author Julie Garwood has a new calling--contemporary romantic suspense fiction. While longtime fans of Garwood hope she won't forsake the historical romance genre that has been so successful for her, this versatile author is coming into her own as a creator of amazingly complex and detailed suspense novels. In Mercy, Theo Buchanan, the brother of FBI agent Nick Buchanan from Heartbreaker, Garwood's first foray into suspense fiction, meets surgeon Dr. Michelle "Mike" Renard when he throws up on her designer dress at a New Orleans gala. Dr. Mike saves Theo's life with an emergency appendectomy, enabling him to return to Boston and his job as a federal prosecutor.

This was a re-read for me.  But this entire series is really good.  4 stars!

The MacGregors: Serena & Caine by Nora Roberts

Serena MacGregor had been looking for a little independence and some much-needed adventure, but Justin Blade was not what she had in mind. The stakes were high, and Justin was betting on changing Serena's mind about him. But when this fiery heiress upped the ante on the cool Comanche gambler, steamy didn't begin to describe the results.…

Apparently, May is re-run week.  These are older books, republished, but still classics.  Nora Roberts is one of my most favorite authors.  4 stars!

I also read "The Perils of Pursing a Prince" by Julia London and "Someday My Prince" by Christina Dodd.  Both were pretty unassuming.  I'm not sure I would recommend them.

What did you read in May?

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