Tag: 5.0 Reviews

Retro Review: The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt

Retro Review: The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt

*****As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. This review was originally posted on October 9, 2007. Sybil forced me into reading this book. She swore it was the best thing since If His Kiss is Wicked, and talked me […]

Retro Review: Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

Retro Review: Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

*****As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. Holly: Ah, the Twilight craze. This book is responsible for a lot of young adults becoming steady readers – and a lot of adult women losing their mind over fake characters. Good times.  […]

Retro Review: Shelter Mountain by Robyn Carr

Retro Review: Shelter Mountain by Robyn Carr

******As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. Holly: Rowena and I used to love this series. I remember falling into Virgin River (book 1) and never wanting to leave the little mountain town. This review was originally posted on […]

Retro Review: Dream A Little Dream by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Retro Review: Dream A Little Dream by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

*****As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. This review was originally posted on October 8, 2009. I meant to have this written as part of our Susan Elizabeth Phillips Author Spotlight last month, but I didn’t get around to […]

Retro Review: Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

Retro Review: Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

******As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. This review was originally posted on June 2, 2008. This wasn’t my first Crusie book. Years ago I read Charlie Something-or-Other. I didn’t really care for it. In fact, I had no […]