I'm am so head over heels in love with a dress I saw at the store today. The only problem was the one I wanted was not in my size and they are not sure they can order one in. Then I decide I can look up the company on the Internet but nope, can't find them.
Thing about me and clothes is that for the most part I don't care. It's when I see something completely classic and beautiful that actual fits me where things go crazy. I have only bought two other dresses that I loved on sight. Neither fit me now although the one that might have was given to my best friend and when I mentioned I would like it back she said there was no way it would fit me now. Nice. True it turned out but nice. And she kept it and then I think it died a horrible death in her washing machine. No. I will never lend her anything I really like again.
Anyways, the dress is just the perfect summer dress and I'm all ga-ga over it and I'm hoping the owners of the store can order the dress in my size. This isn't the dress but it's in the same style - it would come to just below the knee - the dress I like is mostly white with some green on it. I would buy the dress pictured but of course, they don't have my size.
Other news. It poured today while I went out shopping. It did not pour while I slept in the morning and it didn't pour once I was done all my shopping and had everything in the house. Stupid rain.
Ames has been vera, vera happy with this series by Keri Arthur so I thought I would give it a try. If the first book grabs me then I figured I better have the second in the series up at bat. Just in case. I can be obsessive that way.
Also, nobody panic! I know these aren't romance and I'm equating them to something like an LKH when she was good.
Even though I was not thrilled with the last Chase book I read, I had to buy this book because she has written such gems as Mr. Impossible and Lord of Scoundrels.
Reading the backblurb I saw no mention of children or dreadfully boring canals. I'm just a wee bit excited!
The Leopard Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt was a book I wasn't sure I would buy and I'm still not sure how badly I want to read it. I do have to remember that her debut was extremely well done and even though there were parts of the story that upset me I'm hoping that anything that might push my buttons won't show up in this book.
And finally. I'm closing in on the end of Claiming of the Courtesan and I think stuff is beginning to gel in such a way that I might be able to write a somewhat coherent review. You know. As coherent as usual. Hopefully I'll have that for tomorrow.
Okay, I should be going to bed but my eyelids aren't heavy yet.
Yikes! It's three am. Screw my eyelids, I'm going to try and hit the sack!