Month: February 2020

  • The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper

    The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper

    I am in several book clubs and as such find myself reading books from all different genres and subjects, something I appreciate as it forces me out of my reading comfort zone.  I actually picked this book as my book club’s next read, knowing that it sounded good and that non-fiction is usually not my […]

  • New Camelot Trilogy

    New Camelot Trilogy

    Whoa boy, this book series.  Sierra Simone has become my go-to for well-written erotica and this book didn’t disappoint if you are looking for something very, very sexy. If you are looking for a super dramatic, smut filled romance, look no further.  However, by book 3, I was beginning to tire of all the sex […]

  • Gender Queer

    Gender Queer

    As a librarian and avid reader, I hear the phrase “this is an important book” a lot.  And while it’s true that there are many “important” books out there, sometimes these books are tough to read.  Whether it’s the subject matter or the length or the writing style, “important” books sometimes sit on my shelf, […]

  • The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise

    The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise

    Oh my heart.  I was gifted this book at my book club Christmas party, knowing nothing about it, I hadn’t even heard of it.  The friend who gifted it said I would love it…and she was 100% right.  Not only did I adore it, I am now encouraging everyone I know to read it. I […]

  • We Have Always Been Here

    We Have Always Been Here

    I chose this book for one of my reading challenges this year based on nothing more than the good reviews it was receiving.  I didn’t know much about it and was hoping that I wouldn’t be disappointed.  Wow, was this a good book and I am so glad that I read it.  I have already […]