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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Sunrise Point

Author: Robyn Carr
Genre:Contemporary romance

A great addition to the virgin river series. I would have liked to have read more of the building of Nora and Tom's feelings for each other, along with the kisses, to make the ending seem more realistic but all in all a very enjoyable story.

Cover: I like this cover. It compliments the series beatuifully and reflects the book prefectly.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012


Author: Deborah Feldman
Genre: memoir
Rating: B

Review: I live near the hasidic community that Deborah's husband is from and have a curiosity about the culture. I enjoyed learning about Deborah's life and her experience of growing up in the hasidic culture.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

TBR pile

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Review: Amazing! I havn't read a great book in a while and it was wonderful to be moved again. The title is a little off putting for me as it doesnt exactly roll off the tongue and I can never remember it,but thats about it.
  Based on Jane Austin's Persuasion, this book is a sci-fi/dystopian, YA, romance. I have not read Persuasion but half way through this book, I bought it for my kindle.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Near Witch

Author:Victoria Schwab
Genere; YA,paranormal mystery
Review: Summery from good reads:Sixteen-year-old Lexi, who lives on an enchanted moor at the edge of the village of Near, must solve the mystery when, the day after a mysterious boy appears in town, children start disappearing.
My thoughts: A haunting, mysterious, wickedly awesome tale. I loved every single word!
Cover: I like it, kinda spooky.

Sunday, April 8, 2012


Author: Robyn Carr
Genre: comtemporary romance
Series: Virgin River

Rating :B
Review:  I had almost given up on this series and I'm so glad I didn't.
Here's a summery:
Katie Malone and her twin boys’ trip along the beautiful mountain roads to Virgin River is stopped short by a tire as flat as her failed romance. To make matters worse, the rain has set in, the boys are hungry and Katie doesn’t have the first clue about putting on a spare. As she stands at the side of the road pondering her next move, she hears a distinct rumble. The sight of the sexy, leather-clad bikers who pull up beside her puts her imagination into overdrive.
Dylan Childress and his buddies are on the motorcycle trip of a lifetime. But the site of a woman in distress stops them in their tracks. And while the guys are checking out her car, she and Dylan are checking out one another.
In one brief moment, the world tilts on its axis and any previous plans Katie and Dylan might have had for their futures are left at the side of the road.
   This is the 18th book in the Virgin River series and last year I started to get very bored with the recent additions. But once I fall in love with an author, especially if its in a series, I tend to be very loyal and give that author room to not be perfect all the time. So even though I was disappointed with the last couple of book, I kept reading Carr, hoping that the series would shine again. Redwood Bend was great. I liked the story and all the characters and I would recommend it to any fan of the series or contemporary romance.

Cover: Boring.