Managed to change the dining room from this:
in one afternoon, so that's a pretty big check mark!
And here's my latest reading discussion:
Smokin' Seventeen by Janet Evanovich
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
At last, I found a fluff book that was a good example of the genre. The last 4 Stephanie Plum books really read like Evanovich had written them in 5 minutes--or hired an assistant to do it for her. This one, for some reason, just had more coherence--the story line (at least at first) was not completely over the top, and Evanovich seemed to be aiming to tell a story and not use a cute euphemism or get off a one-liner every other sentence. Oddly enough, this made a nicer read, one more reminiscent of the first three books in the series than the later ones.
I also have Explosive Eighteen out from our library. We'll see how that goes! But 17 is an entertaining romp. Great food descriptions!
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