What I Read:
Duke of My Heart by Kelly Bowen. I completely LOVED this, and have failed in writing a review for so long that I won't do it justice.
Mamaleh Knows Best by Marjorie Ingall. Full Disclosure, I know the author, but it's funny and smart, and probably equally appealing to parents and non-parents.
Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan. I like this one quite a bit, but it's not out until end of November so you'll have to wait a bit for the review.
Fearless by Kimberly Kincaid. Katherine assured me that I'd make it past the scene I was stuck on, and she was right. This one finished strong.
Gone Too Deep by Katie Ruggle. I pretty much flew through this one and jumped right into the next in the series.
In Safe Hands by Katie Ruggle. This one is a bit more tense that the last two, and to be honest I'm not in love with the set up, but still reading.
Head in the Cloud:Why Knowing Things Still Matters When Facts are So Easy To Look Up by William Poundstone. This is really accessible and interesting, but I've barely started.
Lord Of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase. I listened to part of a podcast about this one that called it the "Perfect Romance". I decided I would splurge and buy it, only to discover that I bought it in 2011. So guilt made me start reading, a 20% I'm quite enjoying it. This is my first Chase and the writing style is a bit formal, but I'm getting used to it.
New to my Kindle:
Mamaleh Knows Best by Marjorie Ingall
True-Blue Cowboy Christmas by Nicole Helm
In Safe Hands by Katie Ruggle
IQ by Joe Ide
For Better or Worse by Lauren Layne
The Underground Culinary Tour byDamian Mogavero, Joseph D'Agnese
Forks Over Knives Family by Alona Pulde, Matthew Lederman
A Sure Thing by Marie Harte
Hold Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates
Head in the Cloud by William Poundstone
The Devil In Winter by Lisa Kleypas. Yes, I've read this, but it was on sale!
Falling in bed With a Duke by Lorraine Heath.
All's Fair in Love and Scandal by Caroline Linden
Chance of a Lifetime by Marissa Clarke. I have zero memory of this one?
The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right by Atul Gawande