Since moving in with my mil, I haven't been able to read as much as I would like, but I have read two books that I can recommend.
First, Jane Porter's ODD MOM OUT. This book works on every level for me--Porter's wonderful voice, the characters, the setting, the story, the ending...If you enjoy mom-lit or chick-lit, or a good contemporary romance, then this book hits the spot. Jane Porter also writes for Harlequin Presents, and if you're not a category romance fan, don't let that stop you from reading ODD MOM OUT, Ms. Porter's single title from Five Spot. And I can highly recommend Porter's Presents...
To learn more about Ms. Porter's books, visit her at http://www.janeporter.com.
The temperatures have been warmish in northern Delaware, so I was more than ready to enjoy a holiday romance with snow. Janice Kay Johnson's SNOWBOUND, a November Harlequin SuperRomance, is an enjoyable and thought-provoking read. There hero's wounded--both inside and out from his National Guard tour in Iraq. All he wants is to be left alone in the quiet of his rustic lodge in the mountains of Washington state. What he gets is a busful of teenagers stranded with their teacher during a fast-moving blizzard...and a chance at a love that will help him heal.