Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Now THIS is what I call a romance story! Woo wee! A definite keeper.
The Arrow That Flieth By Day is simply amazing. Erin Rainwater wove a wonderful web of sweet romance, love, humor, and light suspense. I highly recommend this charmingly entertaining story. Erin's delightful, fresh writing is unspoiled by the rules and one of the best books I've read in a long time.
To be honest, I've never been one much for Indian stories. But after reading this one, I'm definitely reading more. Especially if they are even half as good as, The Arrow That Flieth By Day.
I can't wait to get my hands on Erin's next book.
Great job, Erin!
Saturday, July 19, 2008
OH MY GOODNESS! I never thought it possible, but, Beach Dreams by Trish Perry is even better than her other two books, The Guy I'm Not Dating, and Too Good To Be True.I laughed so hard. This is cliché I know, but I couldn't put it down.
Secrets, secrets, secrets. This book is loaded with them.
Oh and the transformation in Tiffany is absolutely fabulous. Now, you may be wondering who Tiffany is. I'll never tell. Buy the book and find out.
Then there's Jeremy. Oooo la la! Talk about hunky-poo. And British too! Blast! He's one hunk of a man, to be sure. Can I have him? ~wink wink~
And what a better romantic setting than a beach--in a house that gives the word "ugly" a new definition. How Tiffany and Jeremy, along with a few others, end up at the same beach house is hilarious. Even more hilarious is the string of events that happens once they do. Unlike anything I've read before, that's for sure. Fresh as the ocean breeze itself, Beach Dreams, is.
Just who is this Zeke person who seems to show up at the most "divine" times? And then disappears just as quickly as the ocean waves.
Then there's Eve. What can I say about her? Well, remember the first woman Eve in the Bible? Well, there's a reason they share the same name for sure. I'll let you figure out what they have in common.
Oh, and then there's Patti. Eve and her friend are quite the pair.
Orville's a sweetheart. He's the perfect father, to be sure. And what lengths he goes through for his daughter. I love it!
Sean and Vera...who could help but love these two? Even if they...nope...not gonna tell ya anything about them.
Well, I could go on and on about some of the most amazing characters ever. Even those you love to hate. But I'm not going to. You really must buy the book to find out. I'd lend you my copy. But no way! It's a keeper, to be sure!
So, grab your beach towel, your suntan lotion, and picnic basket and cooler loaded with food and drinks, and have a fabulous time at the beach...the beach in the story Beach Dreams, that is.
Until next time...
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