Going away with my Mom next week for a few days so there wont be any late nights!! Any advice on some good books I can buy?
anything by Melissa Hill - great books with a good twist in all of them
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. I loved this book.
I also like Ceclia Ahern. I've read her first three books. Quite good.
I just finished "The Honeymoon is over" by Annett Holliday very good and very funny read it in two days
oh that is a great book i loved it!!
[quote="Mrs OBrien":2yn4oqm6]I just finished "The Honeymoon is over" by Annett Holliday very good and very funny read it in two days
Last book I read was "Wild Swans - Daughters of China" by Jung Chang ... excellent book ... it isn't a "light read" by any means, but if you are looking for something to get your teeth into for a couple of weeks, this is brilliant.
i always say i absoloutly love the book 'Fortune's Rock' by Anita Shreeve. Its excellent. its set back in the 1900's in boston and its about a 15 year old girl who begins a passionate relationship with her father's friend whose 40. they are quite wealthy family and its almost like you can feel the anguish they both go through. Its a really passionate book that you will not put down, i gaurantee you. I love the way Anita Shreeve writes. Dont let the settings of the book put you off. it took me some convincing by a friend to pick it up but i was so glad i did. my sister brought it with her on holidays after me and couldnt put it down either. Get it, get it, get it
Love anything by Anita Shreve myself...also love the Cecilia Ahern books but they are two completely different writing styles...........Anita Shreve is a bit more meaty IFYWIM ........ another good read is anything by Lesley Pearse, my favourite one of hers is Never Look Back...really epic novels.