Monday, March 31, 2014

Becoming Mrs. Walsh

This was a completely charming, immensely readable book that I thoroughly enjoyed. Though I couldn't see why Shoshana was involved with such a self-absorbed and secretive man at the beginning of the book, I couldn't help but fall in love with her and her need to find her very own happily ever after. The characters were well developed and the plot line kept me intrigued and I have to say I wasn't exactly expecting some of the things that happened! Definitely a must read for true chick lit fans.

Jessica Gordon is a Johns Hopkins University alumna for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She takes her readers to the Washington, D.C. area where her characters navigate through the complex world of family, in-laws, and love. Jessica lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband.

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Shoshana Thompson is 26 years old, miles from home, and engaged to Andrew Walsh, the last single Walsh brother of one of Washington, D.C.'s wealthiest families. Throughout her engagement she becomes enamored with the Walsh lifestyle.

Life in the fast lane comes to a screeching halt when Shoshana develops feelings for another man. When she discovers the feelings may not be one-sided, things are about to get a lot more complicated. This man is not only part of her fancy new world, he is also completely off-limits.

Monday, March 24, 2014

The Golden Apple Book Review

I loved this book. It was such a feel good story about starting over and finding happiness after a tragic loss. Poppy was everyone's girl who made some difficult and brave choices and ending up pursuing her happiness despite the emotional devastation she had recently suffered. I fell in love with her and her chutzpah. This tale made me incredibly emotional at times and was immensely satisfying in that rare way that a great book is.

Faerl Marie is a graduate of the University of New Mexico with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and minors in English and Social Welfare. She has worked as a style consultant, personal shopper and wardrobe curator, among other things. Faerl Marie spends her days writing, dreaming about new stories and characters, walking her dog and adoring her husband. She lives in the idyllic mountains near Santa Fe, New Mexico. "The Golden Apple" is her first novel.

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Private Air Book Review

This book was a very fascinating read because it really gave me an interesting perspective of how the other half live. Private planes, staff of many, being able to buy everything and anything you want... I really enjoyed getting an insider's look into this world that I would otherwise never have been privy to. The story was very readable and I am very happy that this appears to be the first of many books to come in this series. 

Billie Bates grew up in Australia with unquenchable thirst for travel. After exploring the world as a VIP flight attendant for seven years, she finally settled in the quiet Midwest of the USA, where she now lives with her husband and two children.

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Sunday, March 2, 2014

Storm in a B Cup Book Review

This story was one of the best accounts I have ever read about a battle with cancer. I understand that this is based on the author's personal journey and I was so impressed with her courage and candor. The book really opened my eyes to what going through this could be like. From the physical challenges to the personal ones, including relationships with others, I can say that Sophie's story was one that I felt deeply. It was truly a powerful story but also had that chick lit approachability that will make this accessible for those who may need it.

This was my first time reading one of Lindy Dale's books but I can guarantee it will not be the last!

Lindy lives on acreage in country Western Australia where she spends her days teaching, writing, walking and looking after orphan lambs. (See Daisy Darling)
She’s a hopeless U2 and Bon Jovi fan - as judged by her collection of tour t-shirts. She’s also rugby union fanatic, coffee and champagne lover, chocoholic, over-exaggerator, trashy TV, music and iPhone addict.
Lindy has been writing in the genre of Chick Lit & Women's Fiction for the past ten years but has also tried her hand at a paranormal romance in the book, Angel’s Bend. Chick Lit remains her main love.

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