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    1/21/2006
    Catherine Anderson
    Karen Scott's Tuesday interview is with... you guessed it... Catherine Anderson. Check it out!

    wendy The Super_Librarian (not to be confused with the regular ones ;) )recently posted a review for Summer Breeze. And since we generally agree on good westerns, or at least I agree with her, this has been placed high on the tbr pile.

    So we know how wendy feels about CA and avid reader has a view or two. How about you?

    Like her? Hate her? Eh about her? Have some rec's for me?

    What works for you and what doesn't?
    7 Comments:
    1. I quite like her older stuff and many are keepers but starting with Baby Love IMO she started a downward sugar overload induced spiral and I can't read her anymore. So for rec's - Annie's Song is wonderful, Simply Love, Keegan's Lady & Cherish are my faves.

      By Blogger Kristie (J), at 1/22/2006 11:09:00 AM  

    2. I am like horrified that my comments are not showing up on the main page (not that I could ever do anything about it, really) but that's all been fixed at my new blog. Anyho- I loved Annie's Song when I first read it. I remember having to get over two things: 1) the heroine's very young age and 2) heroine being mute. At first I thought the heroine was mentally challenged, but then she was just mute and had some baggage of her own to deal with. Could I read this book today? Probably not.

      By Blogger Avid Reader, at 1/22/2006 03:19:00 PM  

    3. new blog????

      where be?

      By Blogger sybil, at 1/22/2006 07:08:00 PM  

    4. Yea - What Sybil asked?

      By Blogger Kristie (J), at 1/22/2006 09:15:00 PM  

    5. Cherish is buried in my keeper stash, and was my first read by Anderson. I loved the fact that the religious heroine has a crisis of faith.

      Annie's Song - eh. I know I'm in the minority here, but the heroine just about got on my last nerve. Yes, I know she's a deaf/mute - but she was so shockingly naive that I wanted to tear my hair out. Oh, don't get me wrong - Anderson gives you reasons why the girl is soooo naive - but I still wanted to throttle her at times.

      Simple Love and Keegan's Lady are buried in my TBR somewhere.....

      By Blogger Wendy, at 1/22/2006 09:16:00 PM  

    6. I'm not sure what I think of Catherine Anderson. I know that there have been times when I have liked her, but I also know that I've thought she was a bit corny too. When you pick up a Catherine Anderson, you know you are going to get a really sappy read (for the most part). I usually pick up her books when there isn't much else out there, and I know I'm in the mood for something full of sap. I do know that I rate her higher than I would Diana Palmer or Connie Mason. She's somwhere in that middle land of authors that I can take in small doses.

      By Blogger Misty G, at 1/22/2006 10:03:00 PM  

    7. Ladies, I'll send you the link shortly. Promise. [fingers crossed]

      By Blogger Avid Reader, at 1/23/2006 09:42:00 AM  

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