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Month: May 2013

Fantasy

Bitter Disenchantment

Aggie McClure is heir to the Manhattan pack. Her father is divorcing her mother in a bid to produce a male heir but in the meantime, Aggie must get married. Hoping to choose her own mate, she is shocked to discover her father has arranged…

Fantasy

Dead Ever After

Dead Ever After is the 13th and final book in the Sookie Stackhouse series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. There’s a devil in New Orleans; trading wishes for souls. Meanwhile, barmaid and now co-bar-owner, Sookie, is preparing for her…

Books In

Incoming!

AKA Showcase Sunday I really need to have a sort out of books soon. Maybe I should be harsh and say if I haven’t read it in 3 years, it goes? This will get rid of hundreds of books I had before my last move…

Uncategorized

Dear Seventeen-Year-Old Matthew Quick

Guest post by Matthew Quick, author of Silver Linings Playbook and Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. Dear Seventeen-Year-Old Matthew Quick, It’s you (me?) from the future—at thirty-nine. Yes, thirty-nine! I was only allotted two paragraphs so I can’t explain how this time-traveling letter is possible—oh, sh*t,…

Chick-Lit, Romance

Billy and Me

Bookish Sophie is living in a little village and working in the local teashop when Billy Buskin walks in to her life. In the area to film yet another adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, Billy takes an instant shine to Sophie, despite her not having…

Books In

Incoming!

AKA Showcase Sunday After last week’s splurge, I’m kinda happy to have a small pile of paper books this week. Both were ones I’d decided not to ask for because I was trying to be restrained…and then they turned up anyway. I thought The River…

Uncategorized

What’s gone on the wishlist?

It’s been a while since I did a wishlist post…possibly because I’ve been sneakily buying books instead of saving them for later. Bad hands! But I have been adding books here and there. First up is Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. The fact its…