- One False Move - Harlan Coban
More in the Myron Bolitar series. Lots of fun. Full of laughs. Lovable characters. Good guys always win.
- Iron Orchid - Stuart Woods
If you like "spending the whole book trying to catch the bad guy" then you will like this one. Mystery. Characters introduced in other Stuart Woods' books. Quick read. Still trying to understand why the title was Iron Orchid. I must have missed some reference?
- Remember Me? - Sopie Kinsella
I tried one of her "shopaholic" books and they weren't for me, but I tried to give her another chance in the name of expanding my reading. Still not for me.
- Bad Luck and Trouble - Lee Child
Another GREAT character - "Reacher", ex-military, drifter, loner, bad boy. He gets back together with his old unit to investigate (avenge) the death of one of its members. The units' tag line was "you DO. NOT. MESS. with the special investigators" and they spend the whole book making sure the bad guys know it.
- Eclipse - by Stephenie Meyer
I tried to pace myself and savor it, but at the same time I wanted to devour it in one sitting. I have loved this series Twilight, New Moon and now Eclipse. I kept waiting to be let down because my expectations were pretty high, but it was really good. Bella is graduating from high school with the looming date of becoming a vampire (by her choice). Edward (the vampire) is trying to convince her to marry him and her best friend Jacob (the werewolf) is trying to steal her away. What more could you ask out of love triangle? Oh yeah, vampires and werewolves are mortal enemies and they team up to try and save Bella! Good stuff. Now just waiting for Breaking Dawn to hit the shelves!