Tag: Contemporary

Christmas Gift Alert: Something Naughty for the Bad Boy in Your Life

Christmas Gift Alert: Something Naughty for the Bad Boy in Your Life

The other day, I got to thinking about the difference between erotic romance written by men and erotic romance written by women. Some of the differences I’m sure are glaring, but others might not be, and I was curious. We all know men have been writing erotica for ages (hello Letters to Penthouse) but the […]

Review: To Catch A Cheat by Kelly St. John

Review: To Catch A Cheat by Kelly St. John

Kelly St. John created a cute, contemporary romance here that was laced with sarcasm, humor and wit. The interactions between Trent and Marissa were hilarious, and we were offered basically a three-in-one deal, as there was more going on in the background with the secondary characters. I liked Marissa, but I think she took her […]

Christmas Gift Alert: Last Days of Summer by Steve Kluger

Christmas Gift Alert: Last Days of Summer by Steve Kluger

May 15, 1940 Charlie Banks New York Giants Polo Grounds, New York Dear Mr. Banks: I am a 12-year-old boy and I am dying from malaria. Please hit a home run for me because I don’t think I will be around much longer. Your friend, Joey Margolis Dear Kid: Last week it was the plague. […]

Review: If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern.

Review: If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern.

I bought this book a few months ago (okay a lot of months ago) and am just getting around to reading it because, well…something about this book put me off after I bought it, something I didn’t know when I bought it, something that even though it bothered me, it didn’t really take away from […]

Lightning Reviews: The Chesapeake Bay Series by Nora Roberts: Rising Tides, Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Blue

Lightning Reviews: The Chesapeake Bay Series by Nora Roberts: Rising Tides, Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Blue

I read three books this weekend! THREE! I used to read sometimes upwards of 9 books in a single weekend, but lately that number has dropped to one..or even none depending on what I’ve got going on, so reading three is a huge accomplishment for me. See my review of the first book in this […]