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When I find an author I like, I tend to devour everything he or she has ever written. And then, with authors that I absolutely love (here’s to you, Stephen King and Karen Marie Moning), I read and re-read, and read again. So when I read Eleanor & Park a… Read more »
I thought I had this one figured out from the very beginning. And unfortunately, I was right. This book reminded me a whole lot of another book (whose title I will not reveal, as not to spoil any plot points). I was hoping it was going to go in some… Read more »
I found this book in the big box of awesomeness that Jennifer sent me from BEA. I picked it up first because a blurb on the cover informed me that it was a great beach read, and I just happened to be headed to the beach. Right away I was… Read more »
By the time this posts, our plane will be taxiing down the runway to take off for Riviera Maya in Quintana Roo, Mexico! We will be there for a week with family and friends, and we tie the knot on Friday, August 15th! I am so excited for this chapter… Read more »
Confession: I am not a big fan of romance novels. Sure, I don’t mind a good love interest while we’re solving a mystery, or some sparks flying while our heroes race to save the world. But this was the first book I’ve read in a long time where the romance… Read more »
When I started this book, I wasn’t entirely sure from the description where it was going to go. When I discovered the direction we were headed was post-apocalyptic zombies with a scientific twist, I could not have been more excited! It was impossible not to like Melanie – 10 years… Read more »
Political intrigue. A nation on the brink of re-establishment. A secret organization. Kidnappings. Power to control the elements. Sounds fascinating, right? Well, it had a lot of potential. And a very pretty cover. Lily Atwood is the daughter of one of the presidential candidates, which means that she is wealthy… Read more »