Because his books are all pretty much the same-two people fall in love, then they learn terrible secrets about each other, then they re-fall in love, and then somebody dies-This is my blanket review for all of them.
- You are home in bed, deliriously sick. There isn’t much to focus on in these books, which makes them great for sick days.
- You are in the mood for sweet love stories without graphic sex. (I used to read the novel excerpts in Good Housekeeping. I will NEVER forget the the ONE time I went to find one in the store, bought it, started reading it, and was HORRIFIED with the sex scenes. I didn’t really understand what a “Romance Novel” was. I was never the same. I was also about 13, I think, so it was a bit of a shock. In my mind, babies still came from the cabbage patch.) ANYWAY. . .
- You are religious or can ignore the religious snippets. (I’m not religious, but they don’t bother me.)
- You live in coastal North Carolina. Many of his stories are set right where I live (Wilmington, NC), or very close to Wilmington. It is fun to imagine the characters hanging out around my hometown.
- There is nothing else to buy at the airport book store.
- Your brain needs a vacation.
I can’t really think of any other reasons.