When we do this at camp, everyone hugs when we get to OOOOOOO. It’s adorable.
So anyway, there’s a reader bingo game going on and I just got bingo!
Laughter: Act Like It by Lucy Parker. Very funny, British style.
Red: Carved in Stone by Kathleen Eagle. Red shirt on the cover. And you could say the heroine’s depictions of Indians in her historical fiction made the hero see red. Oh crap, I just realized this was a choice chock full of potential racist faux pas. I swear that didn’t occur to me until just now.
As You Wish: More Than A Convenient Marriage by Dani Collins. A free space for a book I kind of regret wasting my time on. Good plot, but very claustrophobic and naval-gazey.
Hero/ine: Kiss of Snow by Nalini Singh. I like how both characters are very powerful, in their own ways.
Mnom Mnom Mnom : Him by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy. Not because it’s about two hot guys. Because it’s about purple skittles. Sadly, I didn’t love this.