Month: April 2020

  • A Lesson in Thorns

    A Lesson in Thorns

    I said in a previous post that Sierra Simone is quickly becoming my go to author for erotica but my issues with the last series of hers that I read almost stopped me from picking this book up.  It is the first book in a series that is still being published so I decided to […]

  • The Library Book

    The Library Book

    I don’t know why I waited so long to read this book.  It has been on my radar since it was released and I had heard good things but it took being quarantined for me to read a book about my profession (maybe this is a sign that I’m missing work.) While marketed as a […]

  • 11/22/63

    11/22/63

    Readers, I have something to confess… I am a librarian who has never read a Stephen King book.  Shocking, I know.  In my defense, I am not a horror fan and anything I read or consume that is even remotely horror is very specific (I know what I can handle.)  But Mr. King has written […]

  • The Bromance Book Club

    The Bromance Book Club

    What a refreshing romance this was!  Most hetero romance novels center on the female characters and spend little time on the male characters.  This book takes what we think about romances and flips it around.  I was really charmed by this book and can’t wait to read the rest of this series.

  • The Lager Queen of Minnesota

    The Lager Queen of Minnesota

    This was a book club pick and read like one.  Some interesting characters and situations that led to a fairly good discussion about our thoughts.  I liked the overall story and the writing and would recommend this book to someone looking for a light, family drama.