Review: Lord of Scoundrels

I popped my historical romance cherry. 🙂 Lord of Scoundrels takes place in England and France during the eighteen hundreds among Lords and Lady’s, counts and countesses, March’s and Marchionesses. However, I didn’t feel lost or out of sorts. I understood the time and speech. The speech was authentic without me struggling to figure out…

Book Review: Falke’s Peak by Anna Leigh and Keaton Layle

Title: Falke’s Peak Author: Anna Leigh and Keaton Layle Publisher: Carina Press Book Received For Review from Publisher via Netgalley Blurb She couldn’t believe her eyes. Stressed out ad-exec Dakota wandered into Catamount Outfitters in search of a guide for a wilderness excursion. She didn’t expect to be greeted by not one, but five of…

Book Review: Aztec Gold By Caridad Piñeiro

Title: Aztec Gold Author: Caridad Pineiro Publisher: Carina Press Book Received For Review from Publisher via Netgalley Blurb Six months ago, Cynthia Guerrera’s lover and fellow archaeologist Rafael Santiago trekked into the Mexican jungle in search of one of the fabled Cities of Gold—and never emerged. Guilty over their parting, Cynthia won’t rest until she…

Cook Book Review: Quick-Fix Southern

Title: Quick Fix Southern Author: Rebecca Lang Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing Pub Date: 03/08/2011 How I received the Book: ARC Review from Publisher Rating: 2/5 Stars Blurb: In Quick-Fix Southern, Rebecca Lang, cookbook author and contributing editor for Southern Living magazine, promises homemade hospitality—Southern style—in 30 minutes or less. Lang dishes up 115 recipes grouped…

Book Review: Clockwork Angel (The Infernal Devices, Book 1)

Title: Clockwork Angel (The Infernal Devices, Book 1)Author: Cassandra ClarePublisher: Margaret K. McElderry; First Edition edition (August 31, 2010)How I got the Book: I bought It Summary: Magic is dangerous, but love is more dangerous still. When sixteen-year-old Tessa Gray crosses the ocean to find her brother, her destination is England, the time is the…

Book review: Feed

This brilliantly ironic satire is set in a future world where television and computers are connected directly into people’s brains when they are babies. The result is a chillingly recognizable consumer society where empty-headed kids are driven by fashion and shopping and the avid pursuit of silly entertainment–even on trips to Mars and the moon–and…

Book Review: Sin Undone by Larissa Ione

Publisher: Grand Central PublishingGenre: Paranormal Romance How I got the book: I bought the bookSummary: HER TOUCH IS DEADLYAs the only female Seminus demon ever born, master assassin Sinead Donnelly is used to being treated like an outcast. She spent decades enslaved, and now vows she’ll die before she’ll relinquish her freedom again. Then Sin’s…