I loved Fletcher’s baby. Sam Fletcher(the guy dumped in Finn’s Twins) comes home from Tokyo to find his mother telling him that his Aunt Hattie left him everything, her inn and Josie. Josie came into his aunt’s life at fifteen… more
The title is kind of gothicky, and I’ve always enjoyed a good gothic, so I was comfortable with that. And the first page tells me the story is set in Cornwall in 1813. As a great fan of both Daphne… more
Prudy & Case’s first marriage ended when Case couldn’t forgive Prue for her deception. She desperately wanted a child (while Case didn’t) that she tricked him into getting her pregnant. She not only lost her baby, but her husband as… more
Amazon announced its second quarter results on July 26, 2011. Sales were up 51% but net income was down 8%. This is consistent with Q1 where sales were up (38%) and net income was down 33%. Amazon predicts that there… more
Dear Mrs. Dodd, Despite the promise of eccentric aunts and zany robberies, I decided to try this contemporary novel. The conflict between sensible Nessa Dahl and undercover bank investigator Jeremiah MacNaught sounded intriguing, especially with the implied show down once… more
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