met the perfect hot guy on
a trans-ocean flight?
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith. Poppy, 2012, 256 pages.
happened at my wedding* (or
I didn't notice).
Seating Arrangements by Maggie Shipstead. Knopf, 2012, 320 pages.
* Thirteen years yesterday -- happy anniversary, dorkbutt!
but man, I did not like a
Carry the One by Carol Anshaw. S&S, 2012, 272 pages.
No great insights, but
that was kind of the point.
The Voluntourist: A Six-Country Tale of Love, Loss, Fatherhood, Fate, and Singing Bon Jovi in Bethlehem by Ken Budd. Morrow, 2012, 464 pages.
narrator" concept gets
a whole new meaning.
The Honest Truth About Dishonesty: How We Lie to Everyone -- Especially Ourselves by Dan Ariely. Harper, 2012, 304 pages.
has baby; freaks" tropes, but
still wicked funny.
Making Babies by Anne Enright. Norton, 2012, 208 pages.
still a bit too much sizzle
and not enough steak.
The Legend of Diamond Lil (A J. J. Tully Mystery) by Doreen Cronin. Balzer + Bray, 2012, 144 pages.
but undercurrent of meanness
spoils this series.
Dangerous Pumpkins (Invisible Inkling #2) by Emily Jenkins. Balzer + Bray, 2012, 160 pages.
permission to punch your mother
in the face. Hard.
Since You Left Me by Allen Zadoff. Egmont, 2012, 320 pages.
series gets lost under
The Phantom of the Post Office (43 Old Cemetery Road #4) by Kate Klise and M. Sarah Klise. Harcourt, 2012, 160 pages.
the ending halfway through, still
with her all the way.
Shine by Lauren Myracle. Abrams, 2012, 376 pages.
this anymore. Trash is fun --
but sometimes, just trash.
Wicked Business by Janet Evanovich. Bantam, 2012, 320 pages.
but there's no way that narrative
voice is twelve.
The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker. Random, 2012, 288 pages.