Dear Ms. LeGarmo: I bought this book based its placement on the Romance Kindle bestseller list, the sample and the 25 reviews, most of which were positive. It’s told in the first person but that has never deterred me before. The best part of Hooking Up is the sample which ... more >
Dear Ms. Harper, While I know that being a woman scorned would suck, Lacey Terwilliger, nee Vernon, makes it seem survivable. Nay, not only survivable but rise above-able. Lacey does what I suspect most women in her place would want to do – she gets her revenge on her cheating ... more >
Dear Ms. Higgins: Let me try to articulate in the beginning what I liked about this book because most of the review is going to be what I didn’t like. After I finished the book, I emailed a friend of mine and said that this book really disappointed me. It’s ... more >
Note: This review contains spoilers. I would also expect any potential comments to contain spoilers as well. Readers wishing to avoid spoilers will want to skip this. But for the people who've already read the book, as well as the spoiler-loving seekers, come on in. Let's discuss.
Dear Ms. Stiefvater, When Shiver came out last year, it was touted as Blood and Chocolate meets The Time Traveler’s Wife. Since Blood and Chocolate is one of my favorite books, I eagerly picked your first foray into the werewolf YA arena. In the end, I decided it was more ... more >
Dear Ms. Shanman, You seem to enjoy writing tough, smart mouthed heroines who don’t seem to know when the right man is just under their noses. I actually read your next book, “Everything Nice” first and backtracked to this one. Liza is not as masculine acting as Mike but she ... more >