STORY: Dashing Lord Harry Traemore is perfectly content to live out his days in the pursuit of pleasure. But when he’s named by the Prince Regent as one of society’s “Impossible Bachelors,” Harry is drafted into a ribald romantic wager. The rules of engagement are scandalously simple: The bachelor whose mistress wins the title of “Most… Continue reading DEBUT “When Harry Met Molly” by Kieran Kramer
STORY: Emmaline Marlow is about to wed the extremely powerful laird of the Hepburn clan to save her father from debtor's prison when ruffian Jamie Sinclair bursts into the abbey on a magnificent black horse and abducts her in one strong swoop. Though he is Hepburn's sworn enemy, Emma's mysterious captor is everything her bridegroom is not--handsome,… Continue reading “The Devil Wears Plaid” by Teresa Medeiros
Well, color me happy!!!! My team and apparently the best DANCE team win DWTS!! I can honestly say that if Bristol won I would NOT be watching it next year. You can call me petty, you can tell me I’m ridiculous, but this was a matter of principal. Couple of years back American Idol had this… Continue reading DWTS-I’ll be watching it next year!
REALLY? Seriously?! Bristol Palin is going to the FINALS?!!! How did that happen? Am I to believe that this show is about dancing abilities? NO WAY! This is ridiculous! I have absolutely NOTHING against Bristol, but let's be fair here. She does not dance better than Brandy. PERIOD! When this season's stars were announced, I was sure I would… Continue reading WTH!? DWTS just booted Brandy & Maks?!
I'm having fun reading "The Devil Wears Plaid" by Teresa Medeiros and will post a review of it by the end of the week. With the Holidays approaching, I'm the one that does the turkey EVERY year, I'll be reading a bit less. I'm looking forward reading a couple of authors I haven't read at all. I'll get to read Julia… Continue reading Currently Reading
After I spent a day housecleaning, I was ready for some light-hearted TV. I must mention here that my awesome husband did try to recruit me for some leaf raking, but there was no way that was happening on a cold and windy day. So there I was surfing the channels and there was nothing.… Continue reading Brad Pitt and “Seven Years in Tibet”
I’m so happy that some of my favorite authors have made the list and I would just like to thank all of them for an outstanding job! And now, without further ado, here they are! “The Forbidden Rose” by Joanna Bourne (Berkley Sensation) Bourne (The Spymaster's Lady) returns to the French Revolution for her latest… Continue reading Best Books of 2010 in Romance by Publishers Weekly
STORY: In the three years since her husband left her, Lady Kathleen Carhart has managed to forge a fulfilling life for herself. But when Ned Carhart unexpectedly returns, she finds her tranquility uprooted—and her deepest secrets threatened. Though she has no intention of falling for Ned’s charms, Kate can no longer deny the desire that… Continue reading Courtney Milan’s “Trial by Desire”
STORY: When Nash Renfrew wakes in the bed of lovely Maddy Woodford, he has no memory. In the days following his accident, he is charmed by her bright outlook on life, but he lives for the nights, when she joins him chastely more or less-in her bed. When his memory returns, Nash asks for just… Continue reading Anne Gracie’s “Accidental Wedding”
I can’t believe I never read Stephanie Laurens! A friend recently recommended her so I went out one afternoon to my local used book store and got ALL of Cynsters (no Devil’s Bride), and ALL of Bastion Club. As DB comes so highly recommended, I just naturally had to have it and so I stopped… Continue reading Stephanie Laurens’s Books