A Fool and His Honey by Charlaine Harris

A Fool and His Honey (Aurora Teagarden, #6)A Fool and His Honey by Charlaine Harris

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I read the book in record time. I kept asking myself what was going on and I had a bad feeling about Aurora’s husband. Such a sad book.

I love Charlaine Harris’ books, they are so entertaining and although all her heroines have things in common, they really are different so her books are not variations of one another, kind of like reading the same thing over and over. I always wait impatiently for the next one.

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Shakespeare’s Landlord by Charlaine Harris

Shakespeare's Landlord (A Lily Bard Mystery, #1)Shakespeare’s Landlord by Charlaine Harris

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I started the series with the third book so I was intrigued by the characters. I really liked this book. I read it in no time. I can’t help sympathize with Lily and admire her for what she went through and how it shaped the way she views life now. After having finally read the first book of the series, I can go on with the second one.
Lily starts by doing something I didn’t agree with and I kept waiting for the shoe to fall. Amazingly, it did not !

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Shakespeare’s Trollop

Shakespeare's Trollop (Lily Bard Mystery, #4)Shakespeare’s Trollop by Charlaine Harris
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is the first I have read from this series and I’m pretty sure that if I hadn’t read the Sookie Stackhouse series, and watched True Blood, I wouldn’t have discovered this series. I found the heroine intriguing and I will read the other books.

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Booking Through Thursday : Discussion

« Do you have friends and family to share books with? Discuss them with? Does it matter to you? »

Sometimes it bothers me that I have noone to talk with about books. But at the same time, there are expectations that I analyze the book or not, that I like the book like everyone else, so, blah. People around me envy me because I can read in English and they make faces or comments. Some people say I should only read in French.  So, again, blah.

I rarely share books because I own psychology books that noone reads and novels that noone wants to read or they are in English. Why people don’t want to read Jane Austen or Lucy Maud Montgomery is astounding to me. I leave them the Twilight saga.

A friend of mine reads the Stephanie Plum books and the Sookie Stackhouse books…in French. We sometimes talk about it but we do not like the same things in them and we don’t see the humor in them the same way.