This week I’m reviewing Kat Latham’s new book Taming the Legend, book 4 of the London Legends. Eighteen year old Ash Trenton who is starting his career with the London Legends is on a short vacation in Barcelona with a friend. He meets sixteen year old Camila Morales who is visiting and helping her relatives…
CALL THE MIDWIFE calls to my heart and is one of my all time favorite shows and books. Maybe it’s because the story takes place during an era of renewal after a war that affected people world-wide. Maybe it’s because Jennifer Worth’s memoir of East End London in the 1950s is a warm and endearing story about an RN. Maybe it’s the highs and lows of midwife life in the Docklands of the East End in London. There were three books about Jennifer Worth’s experiences as a midwife. They are humorous, sad, and thought provoking and you won’t forget them.
oday is Saint Patrick’s Day in the US. All over the country, the shamrock, the color green will reign with celebrations, parades, and the color green will be seen everywhere from bars serving drinks, to the fountain outside the White House in Washington.
Originally posted on Romance Novels for the Beach:
I must say I was a bit surprised at how much I actually enjoyed this book. Don’t get me wrong, the synopsis definitely caught my interest, but whenever we have a romance novel revolving around a prince I become somewhat hesitant. After all, there are only so…
he Wife Maker is the third and last book in a trilogy. If you haven’t read The Husband Maker and The Matchmaker (books one and two), read these books first. All 3 books are good.There were twists and turns I didn’t expect. It was just a very good series, though I waited until the publication of The Wife Maker to read all three because of cliff hangers which I hate.
San Antonio is a southwestern city in Texas. If you’ve watched the TV program THE BRIDGE you know it’s a city with some of the same problems many border cities have- drug smuggling and illegal aliens. But it’s also one of the most visited for vacations in Texas. If you look at some of the pictures of the River Walk they may remind you of a city on another continent. The difference, of course, is that there’s just one river and the hotels and businesses are newer. But one can dream for a view minutes and imagine being in a gondola.
I remember when 50 Shades of Grey was first published and writers in a group I belonged to ridiculed the poor writing. I didn’t read the book then and I’m probably the only female in the US who didn’t read it right away.
Originally posted on Jo-Ann Carson:
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