November 16, 2018

Review: Hidden, by Rebecca Zanetti

Malcolm “Mal” West is a recently retired undercover police officer. His last assignment left him physically and mentally battered. Plagued with guilt at having betrayed the closest thing he had to a brother and at the same time proud to have been part of taking down one of the most powerful mafia families in the country, he’s decided to retreat to a quieter life. But moving next door to Pippa Smith was the start of...

October 24, 2012


Book Review: The Bone Bed

I have read every single book in Patricia Cornwell’s Kay Scarpetta series. The Bone Bed is book #20, yes #20. Other than James Patterson’s Alex Cross series and of course, The Black Dagger Brotherhood (which is only up to book 12), I’ve never been so devoted. Although, to be fair–I tried very hard to stay engaged with the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich, but at book 17–which I couldn’t finish–I gave up. The...

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October 8, 2012


Book Review: Reflected in You

I will start by admitting that I am a Fifty Shades of Grey addict. I read the entire trilogy more than once and I have searched far and wide for the same high I got from reading the series. Sadly, nothing has truly filled the void–insert the Crossfire trilogy. People have compared the two trilogies, personally, I don’t see it. Both have damaged heroes that are young billionaires, but that’s about where the similarities...

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August 2, 2012


Movies Men (And I) Love

I fully intended for this post to be about over commitment. You know, how so many women have difficulty using the word ‘no’ and all the reasons why? But this week is Mob Week on AMC and that changed everything… I grew up in  a household with its fair share of testosterone: father, brother, grandfather, and cousin (male), with a strong influence from my favorite uncle who I saw often. I attribute some of...

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July 26, 2012


Nook vs Book: Whose side are you on?

I’m on both sides; yes, I’m bi-bookual. I am admittedly part of the instant gratification generation. When I read Fifty Shades of Grey (the first time), if I had been forced to wait until going to the library or book store to get the next two books…Well, I perish at the thought of it. That said. Recently, I was in Miami for a mini get-away. (Shout out to friends who let you tag along...

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July 19, 2012


One Month, One Vampire Series

Ok, I’m a little late to the Black Dagger Brotherhood book series, but better late than never right? I never read any of the Twilight books, or saw any of the movies, and I’m only up to episode 4 of season 1 of True Blood. So, it is safe to assume that I do not have an abnormal preoccupation with vampires—at least no more than anyone else. Now that we have that out of...

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