My Review: This series totally changes the way I feel about historical romance. I had tried a few historicals before, and DNFed all of them. They just felt so historical. The language, the thoughts, the everything, are so different that it’s hard to follow. The language is hard to understand, and trying to interpret it gets in the way of getting lost in the story. The thoughts are from a different world that, while interesting, is hard to relate to. Basically, I just could never get pulled into them. But The Speak Easy Duet is more like a contemporary romance that […]
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My Review: Gah! This might be my favorite book in the Frenched series! I can’t decide. It’s sooooo close between this and Forked. But then, in my world, in case of a tie, the book with the dance tie-in always wins. 😛 I’m so jealous of Erin for owning a dance studio. Let’s just get that out there. Floored beats Forked because of ballet. So let’s talk about the opening scene. Erin is on her game when it comes to fantasies. Seriously, good choices, girl. Good choices. Except for the whole leaving that stuff out when the cops show up. And […]
My Review: Recommended for: anyone who knows what it’s like to not be able to keep your hands off someone who’s probably bad for you, anyone who likes sexy cooking scenes 😉 Love this book! It’s been out for like a minute, and I’ve already read it twice. My first thoughts while reading the beginning of Forked: Coco is probably the kind of adult who shouldn’t be left unsupervised. Kind of like myself. Once my boyfriend moved and I had the bedroom to myself, his side of the bed became my pantry and the floor is for clean laundry. So […]
I’m so excited to bring you Book Bumbling’s first guest post today! As part of Forked’s blog tour, Melanie Harlow is here today. 🙂 Since ’tis the season for year-end wrap-ups, Melanie is talking about her favorite books of the year, and why she loved them.
Hey everyone! Sorry I almost missed the alert again this week. Things are crazy at work and at home right now, and I’m scared I’ve bitten off more than I can chew. I volunteered to go to a three-day trade show with work, meaning I need to get ahead on work beforehand, and I’m already working 10-hour days. BookBlogWriMo also starts soon, and my boyfriend moved to NYC so I’m spending a lot of time on buses and cars in traffic. Plus, I used to bribe him into doing all my chores for me, so now I need to do […]