Lately I've been in a state of wanting to read but also wondering what else I could be doing. It's in no way a slump, it's more along the lines of, I don't know, not being captivated enough by my books?
Although that's hardly an excuse, in the past I've had no trouble putting down books that I would gladly devour in one sitting.
So maybe I'm just distracted. As I probably should since I'm in a too comfortable state of procrastination.
Sprinkled with Love by Jennifer Faye
What does one do with a matchmaking cat named Romeo?
Spirited and beautiful, Jillian Parker is one of Marietta’s newest business owners. Still, her mother worries about Jillian’s bare ring finger. So in order to give her mother something else to fuss over, Jillian adopts a cat named Romeo. He turns out to be anything but a docile lap cat.
One snowy night, Romeo makes a break for it. With Jillian right on his heels, they have a near miss with a passing pickup driven by Avery Wainwright, one of Jillian’s closest friends. A rodeo accident has the sexy cowboy returning home to recuperate, and he’s not happy about it.
So when Avery finds himself lassoed into the Bachelor Bake-Off, he turns to the one person who has always helped him out—Jillian. But will teaching him to take chances outside of the show ring have them both discovering that their feelings for each other run much deeper than they ever imagined?
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The next review-a-thon will be this Friday, February 24 through Sunday, February 26.
As of now it seems I have all the books I have to reviews in control and set and really I all I have to do is write reviews that are waiting.
Sometimes easier said than done. It has been so hard for me to write lately. I'll start then have no clue where I was going with it, or decide that I can think better if I write it out in a notebook. Nope.