I love this urban sci-fi series. I feel I have to stress that every week with every epiosde that airs. The pace is simply amazing, the POV's of the characters gripping, and the revelations are never-ending. Just when you thought you know it all, another false bottom breaks and it's mayhem once again. [Spoiler Alert!]
Michelle reviews eight passionate love stories about amazing military heroes by bestselling authors: Suzanne Brockmann, Julie Ann Walker, Catherine Mann, Tina Wainscott, Anne Elizabeth, M.L. Buchman, Kate SeRine, Lea Griffith. For this special anthology, all author and publisher proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
"KILTS AND DAGGERS is a story of adventure, romance and love. There are moments of lighthearted humor balanced with heartbreak and betrayal. The beautiful Scottish Highlands take center stage in a storyline where two very different people fight a war with words and their hearts."
"Every opportunity the show takes to examine the pressure women feel to be young -- and the many ways we all go about trying to achieve that -- is where they go deeper and really strike gold."
"EXPOSED is a fast-paced and revealing story about two people facing improbable odds and an all-consuming love for one another."
"Ok, don't shoot me, but SINFUL is the very first book I have had the pleasure to read in the Bitter Creek series by Joan Johnston. That being said, I have already added all the previous books to my must read list. This book is a breath of fresh air with its second chance at love theme."
"Lindsey McKenna has been one of my go-to authors for strong, uncompromising heroines for the last two decades. While I haven’t kept up with her books recently due to my own changing reading habits, RUNNING FIRE did not disappoint."
"Fans of Emma Chase's Tangled series will enjoy this new series about three attorneys living, working, and playing in Washington D.C. I got really excited about this series considering I know a lot about the legal profession myself. OVERRULED was sexy, fun, and a good read when you want complete escapism."
"It is September 1533: Anne Boleyn has made promises that her womb can’t keep. Instead of giving birth to a son, she has given birth to a daughter."
"Last night’s episode was all about the agency relationships and the business of advertising, as well as a strategic buildup for the remaining episodes. The title of the episode, "Time and Life," not only references the physical office space occupied by Sterling Cooper, but it represents something much deeper within the core characters."
"We open with repercussions from last week; the Monaco trip gave the show a new direction. Ophelia and Liam are now steady in their relationship but it looks like reporters got a good shot of Ophelia’s topless adventure. Eleanor gives some classic reassurance when she tells her at least they look spectacular..."
"EVER AFTER AT SWEETHEART RANCH is the sixth book in the Valentine Valley series, and Cane did another fantastic job on bringing not only this town alive but also the characters I have grown to love. This book was a charming addition to this series."
Your weekly recap of the magic and mayhem in Storybrooke...
"Prudence started out kind of quiet and boring, because that’s how she’d been taught to act. But she was also tough, smart, and brave. I give a lot of credit to any debutante who can go for days without a maid or a change of clothes without complaining."
Well, if we’ve all recovered from the Grey’s Anatomy McDreamy loss felt ‘round the world, let’s get on with our SCANDAL recap and see what sort of mischief Shonda Rhimes gives us in DC.
It's been a nail-biter season, and Scandal is here with a recap of the finale.
"I've read Brenda Jackson's books for years and always find such a great story in each of her books. I will admit I somehow missed the first 2 books in the Grangers series, so I read A LOVER’S VOW without knowing all the history that had been established in the other books. That being said, it was easy to catch up and enjoy this fantastic third novel."
Catch up on the new hit show YOUNGER! It was just announced that the show is being renewed for a second season, so it's a perfect time to jump on the bandwagon with us.
"When I heard that Tammara Webber was writing another novel in the Contours of the Heart novel, my heart leaped with joy. I really liked Easy and Breakable and couldn't wait to meet Boyce and Pearl. SWEET was just what the title suggests—sweet. I enjoyed reading this one."
"This book gives you plenty of drama, adventure, love and plenty of sex. Trust me these two get very creative in and out of the bedroom. But it’s not just about the sex, it’s about the connection these two have and you can tell it is bone deep."
HOLD ME is the sixteenth book in the Fool’s Gold series by Susan Mallery and she does not disappoint. Fool’s Gold draws you in and makes you just want to stay forever. Mallery has a real talent in writing her characters in a way that not only makes them likeable, but makes them come to life from page to page.
"For any viewers who thought the first two episodes of WOLF HALL were incredibly slow, you pleased to know that things get real in Episode 3. Events move faster than a Japanese bullet train. It’s 1531; having failed with the Pope, Henry seeks the power to annul his own marriage to Catherine of Aragon by asking parliament to declare him Supreme Head of the Church of England. Those loyal to Rome battle against the advancing tide of heresy, chief amongst them, the Lord Chancellor Sir Thomas More. Sounds incredibly dramatic doesn’t it?"
"It may be the end of an era for a show grounded in nostalgia, but in last night's episode, everyone's mind is on the future..."
"Arya Stark is back! Oh and maybe a few other things happened but mostly I’m just excited that Arya is back and kicking off this episode."
"The king and queen's already difficult marriage seems to be even rockier now that the king is back. The queen has informed Jasper he’s now on her security detail. I’m sure interesting things are to come from this scenario..."
Your weekly recap of the magic and mayhem in Storybrooke...
Now this is how you do a season premier! Do you hear that, Game of Thrones?? You can take a page or two from ORPHAN BLACK’s “The Weight of this Combination," the first episode of season three which premiered last night in BBC America.
"Tawny Weber has a gift when it comes to writing about hot SEALs and the woman they fall for. A SEAL's PLEASURE picks up where A SEAL's Secret ends and boy does Weber not disappoint. I loved the banter and the amazing journey Weber takes them on to finding their happily ever after together."
Last night's SCANDAL ends with a "Whaaaaaat?!??!" moment. Our recap gives you all the details...SPOILER ALERT!!
"This is the style of romantic suspense that made me such a fan of the genre in the first place..."