Slow week, kids. Currently reading:
– The next book in the Aurora Teagarden series. This is Harris’s first series, so she had not yet learned the concept of a slow-burning relationship, and has her heroine marrying off a man she met in only the previous book. The pacing is all wrong, and the appeal of having a mystery-solving librarian at the helm was lost in the second, when Teagarden quits her library job. Still, it’s relatively charming and a good book to read on the train.
There were only three books I finished last week: finally checking a re-read of Prisoner of Azkaban off my list, another Harris book (Shakespeare’s Christmas from the Lily Bard series, which does not take place on Christmas or in Shakespeare), and I Am the Wallpaper by Mark Peter Hughes, which is something of a predecessor to Lemonade Mouth, only not as good. (I am still only about a quarter through Wuthering Heights, but that had reached its maximum renewal capacity and had to be returned to the library. Someday we’ll meet again!)