Monthly Archives: February 2014

Insurgent is an Improvement

When I read Veronica Roth’s Divergent I was not overly impressed by several elements of her story.  I didn’t care for the tattooing, the over abundance of kissing, or the drunkenness portrayed in the story.  The plot itself was good … Continue reading

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The Week Before the Wedding is Something Else

This is the first time I have ever read anything by Beth Kendrick.  I thought the blurb for her novel, The Week Before the Wedding, sounded interesting so I checked it out.  I mean, Emily is scheduled to marry a … Continue reading

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On Vacation With Aunt Dimity Takes a Holiday

After reading Aunt Dimity: Detective I went on a little rant about how Lori needed to spend some time with her husband instead of falling for some other guy briefly…  So when I picked up Aunt Dimity Takes a Holiday … Continue reading

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Not Loving The Last First Day

The Last First Day by Carrie Brown is another novel that I checked out recently because of its interesting blurb.  It’s about a woman who gives her all for love as she helps her husband run a boarding school for troubled … Continue reading

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A Kiss in Time

This modern-day remake of Sleeping Beauty has its moments.  A Kiss in Time by Alex Flinn is written for young adults.  It’s another book I borrowed from my daughter’s library pile.  It’s basically Sleeping Beauty, but instead of a prince … Continue reading

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Are You Invisible? Calling Invisible Women

Have you ever felt like no one really notices you any more?  Do you ever felt like everyone takes you for granted?  Have you ever wondered if anyone would notice if you disappeared?  I think most us can probably relate … Continue reading

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Lost Lake: Sarah Addison Allen’s Newest Novel and a Free Short Story

I have enjoyed all of Sarah Addison Allen’s novels that I have ever read.  There is something magical about them, something of endless possibilities to be explored while anchored by generations of family tradition.  Perhaps it is the magic that … Continue reading

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