Monthly Archives: February 2014

Review: Hope Street Jerusalem by Irris Makler

Here’s the description from HarperCollin’s website:Moving to a strange city always takes courage, but never more so than in a place where the daily expression of love and hate can turn a simple choice of a romantic table by the … Continue reading

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Review: Wake by Anna Hope

In the wake of World War I, 3 women are still trying to come to terms with what has happened and how their lives and the world have changed because of the war.  As Armistice Day and the burying of … Continue reading

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Review: The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon

Here is the official book description (from Netgalley):West Hall, Vermont, has always been a town of strange disappearances and old legends. The most mysterious is that of Sara Harrison Shea, who, in 1908, was found dead in the field behind … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books that will make you Swoon

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! This week’s topic: books that will make you swoon. So, normally, when I think of swooning, I think of it in terms of “omg this male character is so … Continue reading

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Celebrating an Anniversary!

Just wanted to take a moment to recognize this special day with all of you 🙂  Today is me and the boyfriend’s 7 year anniversary 🙂  I still remember the night he asked me out and how excited I was … Continue reading

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Classics Club Spin #5

It’s time for another Classics Club Spin.  I had a blast with the last one (my first), and found that it was a fantastic way to read more classics (because, let’s face it, I’ve been slacking in that department lately).  … Continue reading

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Review: Reunion with Death by Sheila Connolly

Here’s the description from Netgalley: Laura Shumway couldn’t say why she’d agreed to go on the class reunion trip to Italy. Maybe it was to take stock of her life, or maybe it was just to catch up with old … Continue reading

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