I've had this one for a couple of months. I feel bad because I should have gotten to it sooner. Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson is about a woman who forgets who she is every 24hrs. I'm about 50 pages in, but it is on the creepy side. Look at the cover, you can see a hint of a face. Is she scared? Or just wondering who she is? Can she trust her husband? Stay tuned!!
I love the color of Call Me Irresistible by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. I saw it once in at Borders, and thought what a beautiful cover. I didn't have the money to buy it at the time, but things have a way of working themselves out. I'm reading the book as part of a tour with TLC Book Tours. A review will be posted on August 30. The woman on the cover is trying to entice someone. She's saying, "Catch me if you can!"
I know nothing about bees, reading The Beekeeper's Lament by Hannah Nordhaus seemed like the perfect opportunity to learn more. Who knew that bees have a huge impact on agriculture? Without them the industry could collapse. Personally, I see them as nothing more than a nuisance. The vast amount of sunflowers on the cover demonstrates the mass impact bees have. I'm getting an education.