ETA: The spacing on Blogger is really making me want to tear my hair out! I guess there's nothing left but for me to center every picture from now on. Anyone figure this out yet? Tips?
Everyone is Beautiful by Katherine Center: It never hurts to have a yummy-looking cupcake on the cover, but I would have liked this book anyway. The main character is someone I'd like to be friends with.
The Summer We Fell Apart by Robin Antalek: Of all the dysfunctional family books I've read lately (and there have been many), this is the best. It's one of those books which is told from several perspectives. Sometimes that doesn't work so well, but it all comes together perfectly in this case.
House Rules by Jodi Picoult: Another formulaic entry from Jodi Picoult. This time she takes on Asperger's Syndrome. Still an okay read, but very predictable. And I mean VERY!
Tell Me Pretty Maiden by Rhys Bowen: Molly Murphy takes to the theater in this installment of the mystery series. Nothing surprising, but pleasant.
Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman: My favorite of this group. Reminiscent of The Secret Life of Bees with just a touch of The Help. I was surprised by how much I liked it!
Trash Pile (Books I tried to read, but couldn't get into: