Well, it seems I am deeply entrenched in the Cedar Cove series by Debbie Macomber as well as the Agatha Raisin series by M.C. Beaton.
I seem to alternate between both offerings but right now I am focusing on Cedar Cove because, to me, it is written like a soap opera. It is easy to read and it goes quickly, at least on my Kindle.
I seem to read faster on an e-reader. Do you? I wonder why.
I just finished book three, 44 Cranberry Point which focused on Grace and Cliff, Olivia and Jack (of course), and Bob and Peggy Beldon -- and, naturally the mysterious stranger who wound up dead in the Beldon's B&B, Thyme and Tide.
I am starting on the fourth book, 50 Harbor Street, which, from perusing page 1, appears to be focusing on the McAfees and the mysterious letters and gifts they have been receiving. It seems ominous but they can't be sure. Maybe we will find out in this "episode".
Fortunately I have been able to obtain all but one of these books from my public library on Overdrive. I love that feature and almost never have a problem finding something that I am looking for. I have a feeling I am not going to stop reading until I have finished the series. There are twelve books and some supplementals so it will keep me going for a while. I hope I continue to be interested in the story lines -- it seems like it would be difficult to keep it going for that long but we will see.
Ok, back to reading!