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Surprising Lord Jack by Sally MacKenzie {Amanda’s Review}

Surprising Lord Jack by Sally MacKenzie {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 24 November, 2014 by Amanda / 6 Comments

More surprising for old people fornicating. Thoughts on Surprising Lord Jack Y’all, this is the old people fornicating series. Not surprising, considering that, despite being about the Duchess of Love’s boys, the series title is the Duchess of Love herself. While there’s less fornicating in book 2, it’s hinted at enough to make me think mom […]

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Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen {Jenna’s Review}

Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 19 November, 2014 by Jenna / 4 Comments

A little something sweet and magical   My Thoughts Since Garden Spells, I have been a big fan of Sarah Addison Allen’s particular brand of magical realism. Her stories always feel so personal to me; I slip into the worlds she pictures with an easy grace, led entirely by her. So I was surprised to find […]

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Bedding Lord Ned by Sally MacKenzie {Amanda’s Review}

Bedding Lord Ned by Sally MacKenzie {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 3 November, 2014 by Amanda / 6 Comments

I wanted more Ned and Ellie. Thoughts on Bedding Lord Ned This book made me feel like a crotchety old woman yelling, “Get off my lawn, you little cretins!” Except instead of kids on my lawn, it’s old people fornicating in my book. (Pause a second. I have no issue with old people having sex. Sometimes […]

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Death by Didgeridoo by Barbara Venkataraman {Jenna’s Review}

Death by Didgeridoo by Barbara Venkataraman {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 8 October, 2014 by Jenna / 2 Comments

A short and sweet sleuthing story  My Thoughts The narrative voice in Death by Didgeridoo is a great one. Attorney Jamie Quinn makes for an endearing sleuth. This short mystery is the first in a series and is an enjoyable read – or, in this case, listen. Barbara Venkataraman’s story unfolds at a brisk pace. Jamie’s […]

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I Want It That Way by Ann Aguirre {Jenna’s Review}

I Want It That Way by Ann Aguirre {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 10 September, 2014 by Jenna / 8 Comments

A sweet and refreshingly romantic read My Thoughts In the movie “The Wedding Date,” there is a quote in a magazine article that drives the plot: Every woman has exactly the love life that she wants. There’s merit to the idea, I had to admit. And it’s certainly a significant theme in Ann Aguirre’s I Want […]

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We Were Liars by E. Lockhart {Amanda’s Review}

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 8 August, 2014 by Amanda / 9 Comments

Very hard to describe this book. Thoughts on We Were Liars This is one of those rare cases where my enjoyment scale doesn’t really cut it here. I didn’t enjoy this book. It was intriguing. I had to know what Cady was heading toward. But enjoyment doesn’t quite cover it. It’s not a book I enjoyed, but […]

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Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan {Amanda’s Review}

Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 2 June, 2014 by Amanda / 10 Comments

Warprize needs to ask better questions. Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan (Chronicles of the Warlands, #1) Genre: Historical fantasy romance mash up Format: paperback from library Read: 3/19/2014 Elizabeth Vaughan Warprize on Goodreads Chronicles of the Warlands Series Order 1. Warprize 2. Warsworn 3. Warlord 4. Warcry Synopsis SHE MUST CHOOSE BETWEEN HER PEOPLE AND HER […]