I’ve been reading short stories a lot lately as I’ve tried to not get myself tied into anything as I wait for the new Sylvia Day novel. I stumbled across My First and I’m glad I did. It kinda felt like a Lifetime Movie. It was sweet and cute and likable. Small town girl leaves home after tragedy comes home 10 years later for a wedding and rekindles a love she didn’t want to admit she always had. If you like the sappy feel good stuff then give this a try, took me all of 4hrs to read. But I will still give it 3.5 out of 5 stars..it was, cute.
I also read King’s by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff (What? How do you even say this name?). I was intrigued when it started then I got pissed because I was hoodwinked and bamboozled! I am not one for the supernatural. I was all into this book until shit started glowing and magical auras and some other stuff started happening. Now this is book 1 in a series so I won’t continue because I have no interest in the un-dead, unless it is Robert Pattinson in the form of Edward Cullen sneaking in and watching me sleep then trying not to break the bed as he breaks my back. Whoa…where did that come from? Anyway, I did finish this book because that’s just what I do and I give it 2.5 out of 5 stars it was good until the switch happened. Just not my genre but if you into this kind of thing I am sure you will like it.
Angel after Dark, Kahlen Aymes, is book one in a series. I do plan to follow this one up. I actually liked it. Angel is a psychologist for little kids and a radio host who gives advice mainly on love and relationships. Well she ends up giving some advice to this random chick and then hooks up with the dude the chick calls about. Totally by accident but it still makes for a good story, especially since the chick on the phone didn’t tell the entire story. This book has some good sexy time, you know I love sexy time! 4 out of 5 stars will let you know if the series ends well.
I am currently reading The Practice Proposal, by Tracy March, so far so good. It’s about a Baseball player who plays for the Nationals with a lot of Baltimore references as the heroine lives in Baltimore and her father the coach for the Orioles..
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