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Subject: Catherine Anderson library
Date Posted: 8/27/2009 2:32 PM ET
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I have just a few chapters left in Anderson's "Annie's Song" and have been compelled to look into more of her work. Her catalogue is ginormous, though. Any suggestions on other Anderson titles? Favorites? Not-so-favorites? (I shouldn't even be asking this, but I can't help myself. As if my RL, WL and TBR aren't fitting to bust as they are. Anderson's just another drug to feed my careening-out-of-control addiction.)

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Date Posted: 8/27/2009 3:04 PM ET
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I've been reading the contemporary series which begins with Baby Love. I've read the first 4 in the series and I just love them!

Date Posted: 8/27/2009 3:12 PM ET
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I really liked another of her historicals, Simply Love, though it is a bit on the cutesy side. One thing about Anderson though, is she tends to seem really formuliac after a bit, so you might want to space them out.

Date Posted: 8/27/2009 4:34 PM ET
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I loved: Cherish, Keegan's Lady, Comanche Moon, Comanche Heart and Star Bright.  Have some tissues handy when you read some of these. Cherish had a comedic aspect (the heroine's views on sex are hilarious as well as the heroes ways of getting around them). But Comanche Moon and Comanche Heart will have the tears starting.  Heart especially. 

I'm currently reading Annie's Song.  Loving that one so far as well. 

(I find any author fomulaic if I read too many in a row).

Date Posted: 8/27/2009 5:16 PM ET
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I love Catherine Anderson I have some on my shelf. One of my favorites Is Annies Song but I also like Seventh Heaven.

Date Posted: 8/27/2009 9:33 PM ET
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 Keegan's Lady, Cherish and Phantom Waltz are my favorite.  I agree with spacing out her books.