Understanding that this is the first book in a series, the set up of took a lot of time and was a bit draggy. On the plus side, the Helen Harper story was actually narrated with a British accent.
Month: April 2019
Not my favorite Christina Lauren story. While Olive and Ethan have fun on their un-honeymoon, I never felt any real click between them.
TGIF!! How is everyone? I hope everyone had lovely holidays. It has been a little too crazy to get everything done so I had to settle for family time and reading time. I did take my daughter on her first college tours this week and it was so nice to see her finally excited about […]
I really enjoyed Katie Ruggle’s stories, but this new series brings a fresh, new twist.
My favorite part of this series is the fact that the characters are all flawed. They aren’t machines. They have experience bad things and now have to deal with that and move on. They don’t just kill enemies and move on unscathed. This gives them depth. This makes them human.
There is so much in this new series to explore. I can’t wait to see what comes next.
Patricia Briggs always brings great story telling to her Mercy Thompson series.
TGIF!! How is everybody? Two weeks into this diet and exercise program and I have say…dammit, I feel better. This really sucks since cake and sloth has been my mantra for so long now and I was pretty good at it too. I have reawakened muscles which have long since gone dormant and should have […]
This wasn’t what I was expecting but it certainly held my interest.
In paranormal romances, plotlines can truly be anything that the author can imagine, but there is one storyline that has to leave us wondering if the heroine is the one the hero truly loves. Unlike a contemporary romance, in a paranormal romance our hero can have a lifetime which spans centuries. What if his greatest […]