This second book didn’t really hold my interest.
Month: March 2021
I found the story slow-moving. There were moments of brilliance but not enough to make me recommend this one. There are some plot spoilers in this review. Life is full of the good and the bad so the question is how you handle the twists that life hands you. Althea Mottram finds out that […]
How can something so awesome, be so disappointing? I picked up a copy of The Princess Bride because I saw a comment recently which pointed out that there was so much more to the story than what makes it on the screen. Then I thought, yeah, don’t we say that all the time? I […]
Happy First Friday of Spring! I love Spring. The evils of winter are over and I get to see if any of the garden survived to bloom again. It will also be a few months before I am sick and tired of fighting weeds and tending the garden. So this part is still very enjoyable. […]
I love everything by Ilona Andrews. I would probably five star their grocery list if I could get my hands on it.
Adverse Possession puts me in a very awkward position. Now when I am asked which is my favorite Rebecca Zanetti series, how do I decide between Deep Ops and Anna Albertini?
This was a much better story than the previous story An Ill-Made Match.
I know, right now you are confused. What is she doing? Wait, The Princess Bride? Is that a new book? Nope.
The heroine gets a personality and I’m supposed to be excited about it. Really?
Happy Friday! Such a busy week. I received an email this week that posted a sale on this book by Elizabeth Harmon. I remembered reading one of the other books in the series a few years ago, Shining Through, and I enjoyed the characters and the ins and out of professional figure skating. Really, […]