Her Sanctuary by Toni Anderson: Anderson is one of my autobuy romantic suspense authors but I'm caught up on her current series so I've been going through her backlist. She's come a long way since writing this, that's for sure. It's not awful, but I'm finding it more problematic than her more recent work.
The Undertaking by Thomas Lynch: One of the oldest books from my TBR pile. I actually bought it when we lived in England, which means at some point between 1999 and 2004. For being non-fiction about being a funeral director, it's surprisingly lovely and uplifting.
Positive by David Wellington: A zombie thriller that's a little light on the thriller for me. It's a quick read, though, and the writing isn't bad, so I'm sticking with it.
Mind Magic by Eileen Wilks: This is book 12 of a currently 14 book series I've been getting through over the past couple years. While it's gone back to the couple that is the core of the series (and why I got sucked in, in the first place), I'm not finding myself as engaged as I usually am, so it's taking me longer to get through.