Spent Mother's Day reading a new novel called "Too Close To Home" by Lynette Eason. I woke up rather sore from yesterday's adventure, so I pampered myself most of the day by sitting in my favorite chair with my new book. Loved it! If you enjoy suspense filled thrillers, this is a wonderful book. What makes it even more enjoyable is that it is Christian fiction and so there was not one foul word or scene that left nothing to the imagination! The two books I previously tried reading, were both put down at the halfway point or sooner with, "Why am I reading this?". It's not that I live in a bubble, but seriously, how many people use the "f" word or "gd" throughout their everyday conversations...get a better vocabulary! Back to the book though, there was just enough of the romance angle to make you go "ahh..." at the end, but not enough to say, "Really, seriously now." There's a serial killer on the loose, and as the title describes, they're hitting a little "too close to home". Needless to say, I'll have the next one as soon as it's October debut gets here!
I have to say though, this morning when I walked into the kitchen, looked out my back window, an immediate smile took over...all my lovely little succulents were right there in plain view! It was definitely worth the discomfort.