I've been busy reading free books this week :-) It is the end of the month, I've spent my $10.00 max on books and also used up a couple of amazon gift cards thanks to Swag Bucks. I didn't want to turn in any more Swagbucks so I could save some for next month.
This was a great book. I picked this one fairly recently for free and found that I didn't want to put it down. The basis of the story is that a bride, who left her groom at the alter, returns to her hometown to talk to him and make things right before leaving town again. She quickly learns how much she needs the town and the town needs her. When I started reading this book, I did not realize that it is actually a reprint of the original version. The author stated that she added more "sensuality" to make it more relevant. Then it made sense because there were a few things that just didn't fit with the rest of the book. It is more just innuendo's and well-written phrases than anything but it really wasn't need to make it a good book.
One thing that is a little disappointing in the search for free books is the lack of Christian Books that are free. (or even reduced prices). I've been watching Inspired Reads almost daily to make sure I don't miss any. I should clarify that - specifically the lack of Christian FICTION books. I have gotten several devotionals and non-fiction books for free. I did pick up a couple this past week and that's what I'm reading now.
I have finished the entire Stephanie Plum series as far as the numbered books but I discovered that are books "between the numbers" - I think three of them. From what I've read on them, they have Stephanie Plum in them but also include another set of Characters who eventually get their own "spin off" series. Not sure yet if I'll read those - they don't really flow with the others so we'll see!