Tag: Pocket Books

Review: Once and Always by Judith McNaught

Review: Once and Always by Judith McNaught

Across the vast ocean sailed Victoria Seaton, a free-spirited American beauty left suddenly orphaned and alone. Eager to claim her long-lost heritage, she was amazed at the formal elegance of Wakefield, the sumptuous English estate of her distant cousin…the notorious Lord Jason Fielding. Sought after at plays, operas, and balls by London’s most fashionable ladies, […]

Review: Perfect by Judith McNaught.

Review: Perfect by Judith McNaught.

One of my friends Daphne read this book not too long ago and she didn’t like this one…so I had to resurrect this one and remind myself how much I loved it….so this one’s for you Daphne! =) Hero: Zack BenedictHeroine: Julie MathisonGrade: 5 out of 5 A rootless foster child, Julie Mathison had blossomed […]

Review: Paradise by Judith McNaught.

Review: Paradise by Judith McNaught.

Here’s some more SF reviews that I’m moving over to this book blog. Hero: Matt FarrellHeroine: Meredith BancroftGrade: 5 out of 5 Corporate raider Matthew Farrell had come a long way from the poor, scruffy kid of Indiana’s steel mills. A long way from the country club where, feeling like an outsider, he had dared […]

Guest Review: Breathless by Laura Lee Guhrke

Guest Review: Breathless by Laura Lee Guhrke

Nath‘s guest review of Breathless by Laura Lee Guhrke, published by Pocket Books in July 1999. I’ve been on a Laura Lee Guhrke kick lately, so after Not So Innocent, here is my review of Breathless 🙂 I’ve seen Breathless and The Charade around, I even own a copy of The Charade, but for some […]

Review: Carpool Confidential by Jessica Benson

Review: Carpool Confidential by Jessica Benson

I started this book expecting a light and funny read but what I got was something entirely different. What I got was a woman left behind with two small children to raise all on her own because her ass of a husband wants to find his creative self with some stupid shit Barry Manilow interpretation. […]