I haven't been doing a lot recently. It just seems like my get up and go is gone! Do you know what that feels like? But I have been delving into books. Mostly audible. I love listening to them. Most of the time. Sometimes I have to find my place if I have fallen asleep. But here are three I have finished recently.
P. S. I still love you by Jenny Han is the second book in the trilogy written by Ms. Han. The first book, To All The Boys I've loved Before was a book club selection. And so is the book below. So I just had to read the middle book to stay up with the story. The stories are about a teenage Lara Jean and her life in high school. And the boys she shares her memories with. They are light reading. Not really my kind of books. But I found them easy to read and a good place to hang out for a time away from the stresses and dark days of life. Have any of you read them?
Finally, there is The Good Widow by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke. This is more along my line. It is a suspense novel. The characters are well developed and I liked most of them. Jacks was married for 8 years to a husband she was keeping a secret from. He wanted babies really badly. But she wasn't able to get pregnant. And then she received the news that he is dead. Killed in a car accident in Hawaii. But she thought he had been on a business trip in Kansas. And with him was a young woman who had left behind her own sad fiance, Nick. Nick and Jacks go to Hawaii together to find out why their partners were leaving them behind. The ending was a huge surprise to me. I really enjoyed the story. But then I usually do like these kinds the best. What do you think happened?
I also listened to The Tour by Jean Grainger. It is an interesting and very different book. The narrator is Irish. The book takes place in Ireland.(I thought of you Kwizgiver, my friend). The story is about a tour guide and his group from America who are touring Ireland. They are a motley crew to say the least. The story is fun and interesting. And a trip all it's own. This one is light and enjoyable.