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Licensed for Trouble (PJ Sugar)
I have loved all of Susan May Warren's books and I have especially enjoyed this light fun romantic mystery series featuring amateur PI PJ Sugar. This series stands out because event though the frame of …
Sisters, Strangers, and Starting Over (A
As someone who is in an interracial marriage and of minority culture, I adore reading multicultural books that focus on both of those aspects. I'm not always looking for insight into serious conversations …
reviewed Hot: A Novel. August 16, 2010
Hot: A Novel
This book is probably the best Christian based novel that tackles the ever touchy (har har) topic of teen sex. I'm always wary of these types of books because they always end up the same way. Same story, …
reviewed Georgia's Kitchen. August 13, 2010
Georgia's Kitchen
I may not be a foodie when it comes to actual food, but I cannot get enough of foodie fiction. Seriously there is nothing better than a good story that involves food. I had a delightful time eating my …
Sarah's Garden (A Patch of Heaven Novel)
Yes, another Amish book to add to the multitude. I approached this book with apprehension. Would it fall in the same line as other Amish books that are predictable and preachy or would it give a new spin …
Holly's Inbox: Scandal in the City
This book has been on MUST READS list ever since I finished reading Holly's Inbox last year. That book was one of my top 10 reads of 2009 and it was one I could not put down. When I finished that one, …
reviewed Catwalk (On the Runway). August 10, 2010
Catwalk (On the Runway)
I really am starting to think that this is Melody Carlson's best YA series to date. As with the first book, Premiere, I really think that these books are great to pass along to any reader who enjoy the …
reviewed Cum Laude. August 08, 2010
Cum Laude
I'm a big Gossip Girl and the It Girl fan. When I went to BEA in May, one of the authors I was thrilled to see on the author signing list was Cecily Von Ziegesar. I was extremely excited when I was able …
reviewed The Musician's Daughter. August 06, 2010
The Musician's Daughter
As a history major, I adore historical fiction. It's what turned me on to history in the first place. While some of my fellow classmates may disagree, I think that historical fiction is a wonderful way …
How to Be an American Housewife
As the first generation daughter of Asian immigrants to the US, I am always on the lookout for books that tell the stories of immigrant parents and their American born children. It doesn't matter what …
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August 19, 2010
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