Monthly Archives: August 2011

Review: The Outerbanks House

The Outerbanks House by Diann Ducharme To my surprise, I really enjoyed this book. I found it at the library and skimmed the back, thinking “OK, sounds like a good summer read.” Instead, it ended up being engaging and educational … Continue reading

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Review: The Bride Price

The Bride Price by Tracey Jane Jackson When I first read the summary of this book, I thought to myself, “Okay… how’s this going to work?”  Time travel, Civil War battles, spouses reunited in another era… I was fascinated by … Continue reading

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Review: Compromising Positions

Compromising Positions by Jenna Bayley-Burke Let’s be straight. I had a new Kindle and I wanted something cheap and dirty on it. I snagged this little gem for $4.24 after discovering it on lendle.me. Lucky for Ms. Bayley-Burke, she’ll be … Continue reading

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Review: An Ever Fixed Mark

An Ever Fixed Mark by Jessie Olson As you may gather from the book’s synopsis on the sale page, Jessie Olson‘s debut novel ventures into vampiric territory, adding a certain darkness to her classic love-triangle tale. Are vampires overdone? Absolutely. … Continue reading

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Review: Babysitting the Baumgartners

Babysitting the Baumgartners by Selena Kitt (An Erotic Menage Novel) First of all, this book moves fast, just like its characters. There’s very little clothing involved and so many climaxes, you’ll lose count by page 100. It’s not a very … Continue reading

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Review: How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls by Zoey Dean I could’ve sworn this was a chick lit book. If it was a movie, I’d say ¾ is chick flick then the last ¼ is romantic comedy. So, does that make … Continue reading

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