Home Work (Life Lessons, #3) - Kaje Harper I enjoyed this book in a sort of fond, nostalgic way. But I can't say that I genuinely liked it. I really like Mac and Tony and it was nice to see them grow together. But see, I have a horror of all things domestic. Things like marriage and housework and *shudder* childrearing make me awfully uncomfortable. I can barely stand those things in real life, so I really, really don't want to read about them for fun. And that's kind of where this book fell short for me. It's objectively quite good; well written and sweet and the mystery is interesting, but I just couldn't get past the little domestic bubble they'd built for themselves. That said, I still like Kaje Harper and would happily read whatever she chose to write - sans little kids, though.

(Oh god, I just realized that I've already bought Mary Calmes's new Jory-as-a-housewife book. How the hell am I going to make it through that?)