Over the past three weeks, we have featured Top Four Reads 2010 from authors, reviewers, book publishing professionals, and the two ladies who bring you this website. You answered our call for your Top Four Reads 2010 and today and Friday we will be featuring your lists. Some will be cheap reads; others were cheap reads when purchased, and others are priced a little more. Two more lists will be featured in posts at 2:00pm and 8:00pm today.
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Sheryl, a mother of two and an avid reader who is lucky enough to work in a library (even though she prefers to read Kindle books over paper books), lives in Chicagoland. She sent her list and comments about her picks to us and commented, “Wow. Narrowing this list down to 4 is going to be tough as I read a lot of great books this year (many of which are, or at least were, cheap reads).”
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Truly, Madly by Heather Webber (currently $2.99, but the price is set by the publisher so who knows how long it will last.) This is the first book in a series featuring Lucy Valentine who has psychic abilities that run along of the lines of finding lost objects which she thinks won’t help much in her family’s matchmaking business but does have several other advantages.
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This Pen for Hire by Laura Levine ($3.66) is the 1st book in her Jaine Austen series. Jaine is a freelance writer who suddenly finds herself an amateur sleuth. This is a light mystery with a LOT of humor.
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Romantically Challenged by Beth Orsoff ($2.99) is a contemporary romantic comedy which follows Julie Burns, an entertainment attorney in L.A., on her journey to find the perfect man.
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Frost Moon by Anthony Francis ($8.59, but was $.99 when I bought it) This is the first in his new Skindancer series and is an urban fantasy novel. Dakota Frost is a tattoo artist who can make the tattoos on her skin “dance” or come alive. She becomes involved with the police in helping them track down a serial killer who is killing people then removing their tattooed skin.