I'm almost ashamed to admit to what I've been reading lately, but in the interest of full disclosure:
Sisters by Danielle Steel--Yes, I read another one, and I don't even have the excuse of having never read one before. Just a bit of fluff about four sisters, who (of course) all have fabulous jobs and perfect lives until ---dun dun dun--- tragedy strikes. Not bad for what it is.
Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier--One of my favorite library patrons was talking about how much she enjoyed this book, so I gave it a read. I felt like maybe I'd read it before, but it could be that I've seen the movie. Liked it!
Evan Can Wait by Rhys Bowen--Just the next in the Evan Evans series.
Trouble by Jesse Kellerman--My husband read this first and thought I might like it. It's a suspenseful novel involving a stalker. Maybe a little hardcore for me.
Play Dirty by Sandra Brown--My excuse? I'd never read anything by Sandra Brown! Doesn't she have the reputation of writing racy books? It wasn't all that racy, and I actually enjoyed it. Oddly enough (or maybe not so oddly), it didn't get good reviews on Amazon. Fans expecting her usual style?
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer--I read this a while back, but I don't think I ever posted about it. I felt like I HAD TO read it, considering how popular it's become. Unfortunately, I wasn't wild about it. It was okay, and I can see the appeal to teens, but...eh.