Month: April 2019

  • I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer

    I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer

    This is a challenging book to review because so much has been written about it, and its author, already.  It went on my “to be read” list almost immediately upon publication but was always passed over for various reasons.   So when I saw the pop sugar challenge item of reading a book published posthumously, I […]

  • My Fair Gentleman

    My Fair Gentleman

    For my ARRT meeting this month, we had to read a gentle romance—a genre that I really had no desire to read.  One of the suggestions was a series of “proper romance” books that at least sounded somewhat interesting to me.  Most in the series seem to be retellings of classic stories, including this one.  […]

  • Star-Crossed

    Star-Crossed

    There were things that I really enjoyed about this book and found myself wanting to find out how everyone’s lives were affected by the horoscopes.  There were other things that annoyed me and prevented me from giving this a higher ratting but it was a quick, fun read and I would recommend it as a […]

  • The Fiddler

    The Fiddler

    This is not a book that I would normally pick up–I like romances but the idea of a clean romance was not something I was looking forward to reading.  Alas, when the next theme for my librarian reading round table is gentle romance, you read what you gotta read.  One of the tasks we were […]