When I had the opportunity to review this particular set of novels, I looked at my calendar and felt a slight tinge of guilt wave over me--after all, I have quite a few review books stacked up, and I wonder if I'll make it through them all--but I quickly jumped on the chance anyway. I thought perhaps I'd fit it in somewhere in October. Late.
Yeah, no. I couldn't wait. Which is why I'm posting this review more than a month earlier than I thought I would. One thing that was helpful in me getting it read so quickly was that I could have my Kindle Fire read to me in the car as I was driving. That, at least, was what got me started. I was tired of commercials, talk shows, and even music, instead craving a story to entertain me as I drove around town. I'd actually read two of the three books before I received this boxed set, so I started in on the one I hadn't read: Julie Wright's Loved Like That. I literally couldn't put it down. I sat with it in my hands at my son's soccer game and read every time the ball was away from the goal (he's the goalie), but shh . . . don't tell him. (Though he probably noticed.)