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What Matters Most This book caught my eye when I was in a reading dry spell–nothing good to read at home, and desperate for a little escape fiction. I finished it, and it did provide me with a break from reality for a few hours. But, they definitely weren’t hours well-spent. I just need to stop reading Luanne Rice. I loved her when I first discovered her, but after the first 10 books, I realized that they were all basically the same, and after the second 10 books, she really started to get on my nerves. And yet, I read another one of her books. . . This one will be the last.

28th November 2005

Summer of RosesWhen I first discovered Luanne Rice, I read as many of her books as I could find, and I enjoyed them for the most part. Now, she’s one of the many authors I read out of habit. Summer of Roses could have been a suspenseful, romantic read. Instead, it was just long and boring. When I was writing about books in my notebook, I made a big list of positive characteristics of Rice’s writing. I think I need to re-write that list.