Good day for Books!

Today I broke down and ventured over to the local library. It's a pain to get to, so I haven't been in years, but I saw about getting a membership card today (they didn't have me in the system because of some glitch). They've opened up another location called e-library that's small, so I can always drop my books off there for better comfort. Next on my list is the library in Mulberry to check into, where the town is only five minutes away from my location.

Anyhow, my luck really started shining when I walked in and they were having a Friends of Library book sale. I didn't buy much considering me and the cheap prices, but I plan to return in the future. Fiction books on a few shelves were only 10 cents each, and 6 romances for a dollar! Book lover's heaven! I've been itching for romance and know that I would be doomed to read older books that people don't care as much about reviews for, but what the hell, life can never be completely perfect.

I bought:

First, the shorties:

Harlequin Romance: Spell of the Mountains by Rosalie Henaghan
Better than friends by Sally Laity (Hearts presents???)
The Passionate Ghost by Sheila Rosalynd Allen (A Haunting Regency Romance)
The Golden Mask by Robyn Donald (Harlequin Presents)
An Irresistible Man by Kylie Brant (Intimate Moments)
Lisa Darby's Return by Heidi Mayer (Precious Gem Romance)
Romantic Journey by Stephanie Howard (Harlequin Romance)

Second, the Suspense:

Hide and Seek by James Patterson
See how they run by James Patterson
Ghost House by Clare McNally

And, finally, the "thickies"

A kingdom of dreams by Judith McNaught
Almost Heaven by Judith McNaught
Double Standards by Judith McNaught
Something Wonderful by Judith McNaught
Tender Triumph by Judith McNaught
Paradise by Judith McNaught

Ride the Thunder by Janet Dailey (A thicker one by her - yipee!)

Has anyone read Judith McNaught? The librarian said she was good, and since I have six books of hers to look forward to, I certainly hope so.

I also recieved in the mail from Paperback Swap:

Murder can kill your social life by Selma Eichler (A Desiree Shiparo Mystery, Book 1)
Dead and Dateless by Kimberly Raye (Book 2 in the series)

AND I checked out:

Grave Surprise by Charlaine Harris
Shakespeare's Trollop by Charlaine Harris

Both are supposed to the firsts in her other mysteries outside the beloved Southern Vampire series. I hope to get into them both, I just hate I have to return them.