10) Fifty Shades by: E L James
9) Weekday Bride Series by: Catherine Bybee
8) Rhett Butler’s People by: Donald McCaig
7) Save the Date by: Mary Kay Andrews
6) The Yada Yada Prayer Group Series and It’s Spinoff Series by: Neta Jackson
This week I finished two of the books I’ve been reading. First I finished reading “The Best of Me” by Nicholas Sparks and then I finished reading “Come To The Table” by Neta Jackson. “The Best of Me” was not one of my favorite Nicholas Sparks books. In fact it would probably be close to the very bottom of the list. I figured out how it was going to end before it was even over. I would have hoped for a better ending but you never know what you are going to get with a Nicholas Sparks book. While reading this book I saw a lot similarities between this book and some of his other books. “Come To The Table” was like being back with family. I have loved the women of Yada Yada since the first book. I have read all the Yada Yada books, The House of Hope Books, and now the two Souled Out Sisters Books. I wish there was a book three out already because I so wanted to be able to pick up where this book left off. I can’t wait to see what happens next.
This week I’m still reading “Come To The Table” by Neta Jackson but I am also reading “The Best of Me” by Nicholas Sparks. It is not uncommon for me to be reading two books at once. I’m not sure about “The Best of Me” yet. So far my feelings on it is it is not the greatest book of his. I see a lot of his others works in this book. Maybe that is why he took a year off in between this book and his new book coming out later this year. More next week on what I thought. Hopefully by next week I will be done with “Come To The Table” as well. I am loving this book but most of the time I fall asleep trying to read. More to come later…
Sorry I thought this was posted on Friday Night but I found it in my drafts today.
I should have known it would take an old faithful kind of book to get me out of my reading funk. One of the many spin-off books to “The Yada Yada Prayer Group” by Neta Jackson. I loved “The Yada Yada Prayer Group” and all the books that have come since. So this week I picked up “Come To The Table” by Neta Jackson. It is the second book it the second spin-off series after the Yada Yada Series ended. I can’t get enough of these books or more importantly the people in these books, they feel like family. These books always make me laugh, make me feel better, and make me think about my faith. I should have known it would take a book like that to get me back on the reading track.