Tag: Pocket Books

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. […]

Review: Once and Always by Judith McNaught.

Review: Once and Always by Judith McNaught.

I read this book for the first time, many many years ago…I believe it was back in ‘99. I remember because this is the book that I took with me on the drive to Utah when me and my family were driving out there for my Uncle Johnny’s funeral. I was pregnant with Brenna, though […]

Weekly Reread: Honor’s Splendour by Julie Garwood

Weekly Reread: Honor’s Splendour by Julie Garwood

A goal of mine is to eventually write a review for all the books I’ve ever read and so each week I plan on doing a Weekly Reread post so that I can revisit all the books that I’ve read and loved from way back in the day. This weekend’s reread was Honor’s Splendour by […]