Sunday, October 9, 2016

The Pursuit by Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg

I recently read The Pursuit by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg. This is the fifth book in the Fox O'Hare series. This story follows Agent O'Hare as she searches for kidnapped conman, friend and boyfriend Nick Fox. She travels to various countries during the search. Soon the meet a terrorist whose goal it is to unleash danger in public places. They team up with a wild group to help stop the terrorist.

This story contained a bit of all genres, comedy, mystery, crime, drama, and romance. Although I enjoyed the story it was not as good as the first free books. I felt like something was missing, but I could not figure out what.  I am still looking forward to reading book six.

~I received a free ebook to review. I was not comepensated in anyway for my honest opinions~

Friday, August 26, 2016

The Singles Game by Lauren Weisberger

I recently read The Singles Game by Lauren Weisberger. This story follows tennis star Charlotte “Charlie” Silver though tournaments, life and obstacles. Hoping things will change for the better she decides to change coaches. Soon her lie is filled upside down.

This story was good. I have to admit that I was hesitant at first because I do not know anything about tennis, luckily that didn't matter much. Ms. Weisberger explained the tennis terms so they were easy to understand. This story was not as good as her previous stories, but still an enjoyable summer read. It almost felt like something was missing from the story, although I did find it slightly predictable. Maybe Ms. Weisberger's next book will be better. I am still looking forward to reading her future works. 

Please read The Singles Game and tell us what you think.

~I received a free ebook to review. I was not compensated in anyway for my honest review.~

Friday, July 15, 2016

Curious Minds by Janet Evanovich and Phoef Sutton

I recently read Curious Minds by Janet Evanovich and Phoef Sutton. This is the first book in the Knight and Moon Series. This story follows banker, Riley Moon and eccentricity Emmerson Knight.  Mr. Knight is a rich man who recently took over his families fortune. He decides that he wants to see his family fortune in gold. Ms. Riley is sent to his house from the bank. Through a series of events they discover gold is missing. They then go on the hunt to find the gold and capture the culprits.

I love reading Janet Evanovich. As with her other books this was a light, fun book with some mystery. The characters reminded me of several of her other books. Ms. Evanovich's fans definately will not be disappointed with this book. I had a very hard time putting it down. I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

~ I received a free ebook to review. I was not compensated in anyway for my honest opinion.~

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Royal Day Out by Meg Cabot

I recently read Royal Day Out by Meg Cabot. This is a short story From The Notebooks of a Middle School Princess series. This series follows characters from the original Princess Diaries series, but focuses on Olivia Grace Clarisse Mignonette Harrison, the long lost half sister of Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo also known as Mia Thermopolis. Thanks to paparazzi Olivia has been stuck in the castle. As Mia's upcoming wedding approaches their Grandmer√® plans a day out, but things do not go as planned.

Being that this is a short story it's hard to write a summary without giving the whole story away. I love Meg Cabot's books. As I have previously said she is the reason I love reading. I love being able to revisit the family that started it all. Be sure to check out all of Ms. Cabot's books, which include children's series, young adult and adult series.  

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~I received a free ebook to review. I was not compensated in any other way for my honest review.~

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

First Comes Love by Emily Giffin

I recently read First Comes Love by Emily Giffin. This story follows sisters who are opposite in almost every way. A family tragedy brings them further apart. As the anniversary of the tragedy gets closer many feelings, issues and memories arise. This story follows the sisters journey during trying times. 

This book brought an full range of emotions. Part of what makes Ms. Giffin a fantastic author is that her stores almost feel real. The characters could very easily be your family, friends, co-workers. The events that take place could be courting your lives. I truly enjoyed reading it. It's a fantastic story and a will be a great "beach read." I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did. 

~I received a free ebook to review. I was not compensated for my honest review. ~

Friday, February 12, 2016

Remembrance by Meg Cabot

I recently read Remembrance by Meg Cabot. This is the seventh book in the Mediator series, and the first since 2004. I grew up reading Ms. Cabot's books. When I was in middle school I absolutely loved this series, 1-800-Missing and my personal favorite, The Princess Diaries. In fact it was The Princess Diaries series that started my reading obsession. I was so excited when I read that Ms. Cabot was going to be publishing several new books over the course of a few months. 

Remembrance brings back mediator Suze and her ghost boyfriend Jesse. They are all grown up now, and recently engaged. Jesse is in medical school and Suze is studying to be a counselor and currently working at her old high school. It is there that she descovers a soul that is attached to a student. This ghost begins to reek havoc on the school, the student and Suze. Personal demons also known as old classmates return too. This leads to interesting twists, turns and surprises. 

I absolutely loved this book! It was so nice to revisit my middle school years, but have the characters age with me. There were many surprises, some seem to leave the series open for future books and possibly a spin off series. I highly recommend this series and I hope that there will be more. 

Meg Cabot also has a prequel entitled, The Proposal available now. I highly suggest you read all of the Mediator books. 

I received a free ebook to review. I was not compensated for my honest review.