Actually my favorite books are all by these authors Jane Austen, Agatha Christie, Julie Garwood, Dan Brown, Mitch Albom, and Amanda Quick; I can read anything by them and love it. I also loved Kane and Able by Jeffery Archer, Green Mile and Lisie's Story by Stephen King. My much loved and creased English history reference books.
Here's my top ten list:Anything by Janet Evanovich; Everything by Elizabeth Berg; Far Harbor by JoAnn Ross; Homeplace by JoAnn Ross; Dream A Little Dream by Susan Elizabeth Phillips; Breathing Room by Susan Elizabeth Phillips; Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling; Blind Spot by Lynn Romaine; Natural Persuasion by Carol McPhee; And The Truth Will Set You Free (by me—lol)Linda R.
Here are mine, it's an odd list - A Wrinkle in Time, Witch of Blackbird Pond, A Tale of Two Cities, Ivanhoe, A Time to Kill, Timeline, Jurassic Park, The Welshman's Way-in fact the whole warrior series by Margaret Moore, The Seduction of Shay Devereux by Carolyn Davidson, Glory by Lori Copeland is hilarious and Eragon....oh I forgot The Two Towers....I love to read. PS...I just read My Highland Love - an excellent release from Wings!! (I imagined the hero to look like Gerard Butler)
My Top Ten Reads Are:For My Lady's Heart by Laura KinsaleFlowers in the Storm by Laura KinsaleSaxon Bride by Tamara LeighFortune's Bride by Judith E. FrenchEverlastin' by Mickee MaddenShip of Dreams by Elaine LeClaireAlmost French by Sarah TurnbullThis Present Darkness by Frank E. PerettiSuite Francaise by Irene NemirovskyThe Secret by Rhonda ByrneAnd Many More...
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