One For the Money by Janet Evanovich

oneformoneyStephanie Plum has all the adventures of a bounty hunter, plus romance and lots lots of laughs. Cherry Hill Library patron JP

44 Charles Street by Danielle Steel

44charlesA good story of how a young woman makes friends, finds a career, and keeps her home on her own with the help of new friends. Cherry Hill Library patron JP

The Klone and I by Danielle Steel

kloneVery good reading. Excellent for a summer read–a romantic novel full of hope. Cherry Hill Library patron JP

I Heard That Song Before by Mary Higgins Clark

heardsReally enjoyed reading this book. Good pace, suspense, and character development. Cherry Hill Library patron DU

Steps in Time by Fred Astaire

stepstVery entertaining read. Mr. Astaire shares a very insightful story of his life. In doing so, we get an informative look at the evolution of movie musicals. Cherry Hill Library patron DU

I Walk Alone by Mary Higgins Clark

walkaloneSuspenseful story that keeps you guessing. The pace is a little slow at times, but does pick up. The characters are well-developed. Cherry Hill Library patron DU

The Virgin’s Lover by Philippa Gregory

virginsA disappointing read with unbelievable historical characters. The story of Elizabeth and Dudley is a fascinating one with plenty of untruth and rumors. It should have been an interesting story. Instead I wanted to strangle all the main characters. Elizabeth was a spineless person who couldn’t do anything without Robert Dudley which I couldn’t believe. I know Robert Dudley was ambitious, but he felt for too grasping to be believable. Amy was a saint in her suffering and I really wanted to slap some sense into her. Get over Robert! He doesn’t love you! I disliked how Cecil had no faith in Elizabeth. I would have expected better from him.

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