2015 Finishes #26-50

Here’s the list of finishes #26-50 from 2015 and my thoughts about some of them. (I could start this numbered list with #26, but then I’d have to input each number on my own. I’ll be lazy and let the computer do it, so it will have to start with a 1.)

  1. The End of College – Kevin Carey (Gosh wouldn’t that be nice. What an awesome book. Colleges are so overpriced, so many degrees are worthless (not to mention pointless), and we’ve got three to send.)
  2. The Look of Love – Sarah Jio
  3. The Cinderella Murder – Mary Higgins Clark
  4. Sizzle – Julie Garwood
  5. The Westing Game – Ellen Raskin
  6. The Breath of Dawn – Kristen Heitzmann
  7. Haunted – Kay Hooper
  8. Full House – Janet Evanovich
  9. Improper Life of Bezellia Grove – Susan Gregg Gilmore (Enjoyed this one immensely. Probably makes the top ten.)
  10. I, Jaun de Pareja – Elizabeth de Trevino
  11. The Negotiator – Dee Henderson (Enjoyed this one while vacationing on Sanibel Island. Love that place. Love Captiva Island-went there for our honeymoon 18 years ago. Can’t beat the Bubble Room for dessert!! Dessert makes me happy!! Got to see manatee up close in the wild, the Everglades, Universal Studios, and do lots of fun stuff as a family. Great memories. Wish I could go there every year.)
  12. Fire at Twilight – Lila Ashe (A Kindle download also enjoyed on vacation.)
  13. Cold Wind – CJ Box
  14. Miss Fortune – Julia London
  15. Master Cornhill – Eloise Jarvis McGraw (Another one that I read to the kids that was enjoyable.)
  16. For Better, For Worse – Carole Matthews
  17. Hold Me – Susan Mallery (Always enjoy her books if I want something light and mushy.)
  18. The Boy Who Drew Monsters – Keith Donohue (Awesome!! Definitely on the top ten. Don’t, absolutely don’t, read ahead.)
  19. A Thousand Days in Venice – Marlena de Blasi
  20. Power Play – Catherine Coulter
  21. Love is Red – Sofie Jaff (Awesome!! Definitely on the top ten. Can’t wait for the next book.)
  22. The Peacock Emporium – Jojo Moyes
  23. Thirteen Reasons Why – Jay Asher (Very good. Very thought-provoking.)
  24. The Dead Play On – Heather Graham (Sorry, Heather Graham. Not such a fan of this one.)
  25. Laughing at My Nightmare – Shane Burcaw (One word: Inspirational.)

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