Sunday Matinee

Barbara Vey -- May 24th, 2009


What is it about Sunday’s that makes it so special?  Usually a relaxing day off of work, reading the Sunday paper with all the sale ads in it, watching a sporting event on tv, going to church, watching "24."  So many things to do and so little time in those short 24 hours every Sunday.  So, have another cup of coffee and enjoy the latest offerings from Sunday Matinees.  Who knows, it might make you want to stop at the bookstore today aand lounge around with an extra special read.

Forbidden Nights with a Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks


What Happens in London
by Julia Quinn

Kiss of Darkness by Jennifer St. Giles

Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr

First Comes Love, Then Comes Money by Bethany and Scott Palmer

Rock Bound by Rochelle Weber

Beyond the Night by Marlo Schalesky


And on Tuesday, Margie Lawson returns with one of her famous quizzes. This time about how to tell if someone is lying. Always a treat when Margie visits BHB.

Bottom Line: Now go and enjoy this lovely Sunday. I’m off to St. Louis to visit the grandkids for a few days. I’m sure there will be stories to share.

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