Anne here, hosting the WWR discussion for this month. We've got a wonderful selection for you — varied as usual, with some great recommendations. I don't know about you, but these discussions always end up with me ordering more books. I'd also remind you that these are books we're genuinly reading and enjoying — there's no "promotion" happening here.
Pat Rice said: I didn't have much time for holiday reading but my latest favorites are Ilona Andrews CLEAN SWEEP, the start of a series set in Texas but with interplanetary beings occasionally dropping in. Our heroine owns a B&B for them, and her hunky neighbor turns out to be an alien species of werewolf. Love the humor and the characters.
I also finished a boxed set of Ashley Gardner's Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries, which have been recommended here from time to time. Love the way she uses the setting to enhance the character and the mystery.
And for a bit of whimsy, D.E. Stevenson's MISS BUNCLE'S BOOK about an early twentieth century English village. It's a mystery, but the characters are beautifully drawn and the whole thing works better than an Agatha Christie, and there's even love and romance!