Jesus & Muhammad by F.E. Peters -- a blogger/FB friend recommended this book to me, and I got it after putting it on my Amazon Wishlist. I took about six weeks to read it. Not because it's that big or that deep, but I just didn't read it all the time. There wasn't tons of new stuff, but it was interesting enough to see these men's lives laid out. I found the parts about poets in Muhammad's time interesting and maybe new (pg. 76), and the Satanic verses (pg. 114) always fascinate me.
She Makes It Look Easy by Marybeth Whalen -- have you ever met someone who makes everything look easy - or makes it seem not-that-difficult to have a nearly perfect life? Well, when Ariel moves into a more upscale neighborhood she meets her neighbor Justine who comes across just that way. And Ariel tries her best to fit in by being more "perfect" like her new friend. A good lesson about things not always being the way they look from outward appearances.
My Foolish Heart by Susan May Warren -- after watching her mother die in a car accident, Isadora has a difficult time leaving her house. Yet she hosts a radio show where she advises people about love and dating and marriage. What happens when the BoyNextDoor calls?
Don't Look Back by Lynette Eason -- this is the second book in a series I started a few months ago; part of the Women of Justice series that I came across at the library; this one deals with Jamie and her past abuser who is stalking her again.Come Walk With Me by Joan Medlicott -- after being widowed unexpectedly Claire struggles with life alone. Sure she has two adult children, but she doesn't get along well with them. After a quick move from New York to Florida, Claire still struggles with loneliness. She tries reconnecting with her children and making new friends.
Sweet Blessings by Jillian Hart -- this book is so silly; a man, of course, comes in to save the day every.single.time. Except for when the dear lady saves him from a lonely life due to all her sweetness