The Tourist Attraction

The Tourist Attraction by Sarah Morgenthaler After the last two books, it's time for a super light read to give the brain a break! Although, if you're anything like me, you may shed a few tears. The premise: Zoey has been scrimping and saving to make her dream of an Alaska vacation a reality. When... Continue Reading →

The Late Bloomers Club

The Late Bloomers' Club by Louise Miller A nice, light book to start the new year. Nothing deep, no big plot twist, just a nice story with a bit of family drama and romance. The premise: Nora and Kit are sisters. Nora, the oldest, is the responsible one. She runs the family diner and takes... Continue Reading →

A Wicked Kind of Husband

A Wicked Kind of Husband by Mia Vincy For those of you who enjoy a straight up romance, this may be right up your alley.  A Wicked Kind of Husband is actually part of a series, but it’s the only one I have read and I really enjoyed it. The Premise: Cassandra and Joshua met... Continue Reading →

The Real Thing

The Real Thing by Ellen McCarthy A cute essay collection about love and relationships, written by a former wedding reporter.  I found it enjoyable (for awhile), but I realized I’m not really a fan of essays. Therefore, I only made it about ½ way through before I called it quits.   I typically don’t write about... Continue Reading →

The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez I feel like February must start with a romance, and this one happened to come in from my library hold list just in time! The Premise: Kristen is busy running her own business and fulfilling her maid-of-honor duties for her best friend’s upcoming wedding.  Enter Josh, the super cute... Continue Reading →

The Bakeshop at Pumpkin and Spice

The Bakeshop at Pumpkin and Spice By Donna Kauffman, Kate Angell, Allyson Charles A book of three short stories, all set in a Maine town called Moonbright.  At the intersection of Pumpkin and Spice (two streets in town), you’ll find Bellaluna’s Bakeshop, where occasionally magic love potion-y cookies are sold.  This is the Halloween version... Continue Reading →

The Flatshare

The Flatshare  by Beth O'LearyA light book to bring balance to a heavier book I’m also reading.  The premise:  Its a cute story of two people who have never met, deciding to share a flat.  Leon, lives in a 1 bedroom flat. He is helping his brother out of a bit of a mess and could... Continue Reading →

Under the Table

Under the Table (Stephanie Evanovich) I sort of won this book.  I stopped by a local Indie bookstore on Independent Bookstore Day (April 27th, if you’re wondering).  All day they had been having raffles and other fun things, but I didn’t get there until about ½ hour before closing.  I bought a book (maybe two),... Continue Reading →

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