I finished Lisa Gardner’s “Touch & Go” last night.
I really enjoyed it! I Could not put it down.
About: “When Justin and Libby Denbe, along with their beautiful 15-year-old daughter, disappear, investigator Tessa Leoni must race against time to expose the Denbes’ darkest secrets to discover who would want to kidnap such a perfect little family and just how far they are willing to go.”
Really recommend this book and any of Lisa Gardner’s books.
If you read this one, let me know!
What are you all reading right now?
I finished a 2nd book while on vacation called “Beautiful Disaster” by Jamie McGuire.
I could not put it down. I find my self still thinking about. I enjoyed it while reading it but now I don’t know how much there was to it.
I would recommended it. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
Have you already read it? Please let me know what you thought. I am interested to hear your opinion.
Next up is “Touch & Go” by Lisa Gardner.
I arrived in Charleston yesterday and had dinner with the family at Hanks downtown. Such good food and the BEST Peanut Butter Pie Ever!
Today was spent on the beach. It is alwasy gorgeous here.
Started my new book today. I read her 1st Amish thriller; Sworn to Silence. Really reccomend all of her books.
Nothing better than reading a good book on the beach in the sun.
I fell in love with Ronan when Taylor Swfit sang her song “Ronan” at Stand Up to Cancer in 2012. Children deserve so much more. He has inspired me.
I wanted to come up with a plan to take fun items to the patients at Children’s Hospital. After some convincing and emailing back in forth with a few people I finally got the A Okay.
My neice, Riley and I arrived at Dayton Children’s Hospital and had to put together our “goodie” cart!
We had a mix of books, coloring books, crayons, magazines and stuffed animals! We also had some flowers to give to the mom’s for Mother’s Day.
We met about 15 children and their families. Started on the onclogy floor where we met some little fighters! After we finsihed there we made our way down to the 3rd floor and met some other sweet faces. We smiled, talked and handed out items that the kids would love. It was such a pleasure to meet those amazing children who are fighting a long hard battle!
Riley and I will go back with more stuff than last and bigger smiles on our faces than before. They all deserve it.