When in Paris… by Beverley Kendall | Book Review

When in Paris… by Beverley Kendall | Book Review

The book starts in French class when Olivia Montgomery locks eyes with Zachary Pearson her longtime high school crush.  Unbeknownst to Olivia, Zach also shares the same attraction but was giving her the cold/cool attitude because he couldn’t act on his feelings.  Apparently, Olivia’s mother had an affair with his uncle which resulted in divorce.  As a result, he was trying to deny his attraction to her and was pretty […]

Posted January 28, 2013 0 Comments

After the Abduction by Sabrina Jeffries | Book Review

After the Abduction by Sabrina Jeffries | Book Review

  I am currently reading Sabrina Jeffries’ backlist.  I believe I started reading some of her backlist last year, but I wasn’t able to read any book from the Swanlea Spinster Series.  This book can be read as a stand alone however, there are mentions of the other sisters.  Unfortunately, this story picks up after Juliet gets abducted (hence the title After the Abduction, duh!) so we never get to […]

Posted January 27, 2013 0 Comments

Book Challenge 2013: A Year of Romance

Book Challenge 2013: A Year of Romance

I am quite intrigued about reading challenges! Last year, I did a challenge over at Goodreads and did not follow through. This year, though I am back with a vengeance. See, I love to read, and despite reading a lot of books last year, I did not log it anywhere at all. My Goodreads account was basically…dead. In fact, my blogs were dead. I guess, I was just too lazy […]

Posted January 26, 2013 0 Comments

Reading Challenge 2013: A-Z Challenge

Reading Challenge 2013: A-Z Challenge

I am joining the A-Z Book Challenge hosted by Lindsey at Babies, Books and Beyond.  I will be reading and reviewing book titles or authors that start with the letters of the alphabet.  So yeah, I will be lazy!  As a bonus challenge for myself, I will not count the books if I haven’t reviewed them.   A – After the Abduction by Sabrina Jeffries B – By Love Unveiled […]

Posted January 2, 2013 0 Comments

Then Came You by Lisa Kleypas | Book Review

Then Came You by Lisa Kleypas | Book Review

MY THOUGHTS I read the Dreaming of You first and was intrigued by Lily Lawson. In the book Dreaming of You, she was portrayed as a respectable lady albeit with a dubious past. In the first few chapters, I wasn’t warming up to Lily as I should. I thought her antics (especially the one mentioned in the first chapter) were ridiculous. However, as the story progressed, I empathized with her. The […]

Posted August 23, 2012 0 Comments

How to Woo a Reluctant Lady by Sabrina Jeffries | Book Review

How to Woo a Reluctant Lady by Sabrina Jeffries | Book Review

MY THOUGHTS Giles and Minerva are the perfect pair! The third book in the Hellions of Halstead Hall series is one if my favorites. Miranda starts falling in love with Giles as a young child during her parent’s death, however, falls out of love when Giles gave her the set down in her teens. Because of this, Minerva started writing serials with Giles as the villain. Giles had to put […]

Posted August 22, 2012 0 Comments

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer | Book Review

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer | Book Review

MY THOUGHTS What more is there to say about Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight? I understand that it is a very popular book, but this book didn’t capture me as it should have. I struggled while reading this book. First, I didn’t really get the obsessive love/relationship Bella had with Edward. The times that Edward was watching Bella while sleeping without her knowing really creeped me out. I thought it wasn’t very […]

Posted August 22, 2012 0 Comments

Midnight’s Wild Passion by Anna Campbell | Book Review

Midnight’s Wild Passion by Anna Campbell | Book Review

MY THOUGHTS At first, I did not like Antonia at all. Sure, I felt that she was acting appropriately when she said that she hated all rakes, ergo hating Lord Ranelaw however, there was just something about her that I just did not like. That is, until the end when I found out what she went through when she was disowned by her father. I was a little surprised about […]

Posted May 25, 2011 0 Comments