Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Sticking my toe back in the water

A few books you'll never see in my shopping carts




Thought I was done did you. I'm testing real good here.







I guess at times I shouldn't complain about Avon's covers eh? Things could be worse.

And who do you suppose buys her books anyway?

'til later

12 comments:

erika said...

I've bought a few awhile ago at a ubs but they were just average and I've never read more since.

Suisan said...

Agggh!!!!

The HORROR!!!!

I was so looking forward to visiting you and seeing that Blogger had given up torturing you. And instead you subject us to Cassie Edwards?

Aggghhhhhh!!!

whispering Now let's all be reeeeelly sweet and maybe she'll play nice.

Kristie (J) said...

Erika: I've tried a couple of hers years ago and well - that was in my romance reading infancy. I couldn't get a quarter of the way through either one.

Suisan: I figured if the blog could survive those without self-combusting, it could survive anything. I do apoligize for the damage to anyone's eyes.

sybil said...

I wondered the samw thing....

Marg said...

So you really don't like Cassie Edwards then?

Tara Marie said...

They are a little frightening--LOL.

I didn't think anyone actually read her books, but then I didn't think anyone read Danielle Steel either and she's a perpetual #1 on the Best Sellers List.

Welcome back :D

Rosario said...

Yay, she's back!

And I get it, those covers are your revenge on blogger. Since it tortured you, you torture it by forcing it to host a gaggle of horrific images.

romancelover said...

LOL...I always see those on the shelves and laugh...

emdee said...

My half sister reads those books. And her dad was a card carrying member of the Cherokee tribe. She doesn't understand that these books are offensive to Indians,(I'm white BTW) which I think is just weird on her part. For Pete's sake, the cover models aren't even Indians. The movies haven't used Italians in makeup for quite a few years as Indians. I know there are some very fine looking Native men out there who could make DeSalvo look sick, but maybe they won't stoop so low...

Wendy said...

Who buys them? Librarians. Seriously, we do.

It's not like we want to either - but people request them! I have a theory that no one actually buys their own copies of Cassie Edwards and Danielle Steel anymore. They rely strictly on the library.

I suddenly feel so dirty.

I've never read Edwards - but I read one by Steel and that was more than enough for me.

Bookwormom said...

Glad you're back, Kristie! Not that Blogger's gotten any better, but I missed you.

ReneeW said...

You're causing brain damage here. I saw someone reading one once and I thought "awww, you poor thing".

Glad you're back, I missed you!