Wednesday, May 25, 2011
On My Nightstand - Book of Days by James L. Rubart
Meanwhile, his late wife's friend, Anne Bannister, is on her own quest. She's tired of being alone in the world and searches for her biological family. Even though she and Cameron have a history, she's nervous about getting hurt again.
With plenty of antagonists, strange doings, and a healthy dose of romance, Jim Rubart has once again produced a story with multiple layers of truth. I related to the characters on so many levels, including Cameron's agony over the loss of his wife.
If I had a rating system, this baby would be off the charts. Loved it!
Have you read any books lately that "wowed" you? Please share.