Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

[Review] Shacking Up by Helena Hunting

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05 June
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I think there is certain style one expects from a Helena Hunting book.  It has to be funny.  It has to be charming.  It has to be so sexy that you can’t read the book in a public place.  I think that Shacking Up delivers all that.  It was cute, very sexy, and parts of it had me cracking up. It’s also predictable and very cheesy. But, I think that is what I liked about Shacking Up.  It is not the kind of read that is going to make you think about it days after.  It is what is and… Read more »

[Review] The Irresistible Rogue by Valerie Bowman

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12 November
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I have been told over again throughout my life that I have an old soul. Growing up I was not the preteen that was too cool for school. I was the girl that rented all the classic black and white movies from the video store. One of my favorite classics was The Philadelphia Story. It was a movie about a man trying to win back the love of his ex-wife. The thing I loved most about this movie was the witty repartee between the main characters. I loved the fast talking wit that would have me laughing hysterically. When I… Read more »

[Review] Captive by Brighton Walsh

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23 April
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I have never read a book by Brighton Walsh and I will definitely be picking up more because I am in so much like with this book. If you are reader that is not a fan of any type of Beauty and the Beast themed or similar stories then walk away because this book is not for you. If you are like me and you like a story about a girl and guy thrown together in the most horrible of circumstances but still find a way to set themselves free and fall in love, then this book is for you…. Read more »

[Audiobook Review] Party Games by R.L. Stine

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02 October
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If you don’t know me then you don’t know that the last three months of the year are my favorite time of the year. Scary times, good food and presents. I love that October kicks off my favorite time of the year because Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. To celebrate Halloween there will be a lot of books this month that have or feature things that go bump in the night. To kick things off I went back to one of my favorite YA horror series Fear Street. That is right folks, R.L. Stine decided to come back… Read more »