Review: And Then He Kissed Her by Laura Lee Guhrke

Review: And Then He Kissed Her by Laura Lee Guhrke

  I haven’t really been in the mood for a historical in ages, but Kris had a review of this book up and it sounded nice, so I decided to pick it up. Emma is a girl-bachelor and secretary to Harry, Viscount Marlowe. She’s been writing etiquette novels with the hope of being published by […]

Review: Maybe Baby by Lani Diane Rich

Review: Maybe Baby by Lani Diane Rich

It would appear that Holly and I are on the same reading wave length because like her, I’m all about the human on human action right now. I don’t want to read anything too deep nor do I want read anything too dark at the moment. What I’m itching to read is some good chick […]

New Releases!

New Releases!

June New Releases Releasing on June 26, is The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever (mass market paperback). I love Julia Quinn. While I’m sad there are no more new Bridgerton books, I’m looking forward to her new material. This one looks very promising. 2 March 1810 . . . Today, I fell in love. […]

Booking Through Thursday: School Days…

Booking Through Thursday: School Days…

…Golden Rule Days. Alright, so I started doing this meme last week over at my personal blog, and we thought it’d be cool to do the meme here on our team book blog as a team, so starting this week, Izzy, Holly and myself will be adding our thoughts to the weekly questions over at […]

Review: The Kept Woman by Susan Donovan

Review: The Kept Woman by Susan Donovan

I started this book yesterday because I just couldn’t finish Crazy Sweet, it’s gonna have to be a DNF read for me because I just couldn’t get into it. I hated the whole Red Dog crap and I’m still peeved that Jane isn’t Travis’ heroine, though I did like C. Rydell Smith sounds like a […]