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review 2018-11-15 10:28
One Hundred Christmas Kisses (An Aspen Cove Romance Book 6) by Kelly Collins
One Hundred Christmas Kisses (An Aspen Cove Romance Book 6) - Kelly Collins

 

 

One Hundred Christmas Kisses is proof that big is not a must to make an impact. Some of the best stories come in the simplest packaging. The heart is the deciding factor. Trig and Charlotte had a direct line to my heart. Collins created a world that was easy to get caught up in. Trig and Charlotte are lost after suffering tremendous losses in their lives. A magical setting is the catalyst for the healing to begin. Kelly Collins brings humor, heart and hope to a captivating romance.

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review 2018-11-11 04:45
Audiobook Review: Hating My New Boss (Hate Love Book 2) by B.B. Hamel (Author), Meghan Kelly (Narrator)
Hating My New Boss - Meghan Kelly,B.B. Hamel

 

 

Audiobook Review: Hating My New Boss (Hate Love Book 2) by B.B. Hamel (Author), Meghan Kelly (Narrator)

Hamel proves that sexy and meaningful go hand in hand. Hating My New Boss is a tale of forgiveness and redemption with a naughty twist. After events beyond their control ruin a youthful friendship, only adulthood can bring these broken hearts back together again. Was not a huge fan of the Blair character, but Kelly had me rooting for Remy and Justin.

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review 2018-11-09 21:39
Finding its legs
West Coast Avengers (2018-) #1 - Kelly Thompson,Stefano Caselli

Not sure how I feel about this series; seems to be a shaky first issue, but I love Gwenpool so I'll give it a couple more issues.

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review 2018-11-09 21:32
Deadpool didn't completely save this
Mr. and Mrs. X (2018-) #2 - Oscar Bazaldua,Kelly Thompson,Terry Dodson

I apparently just don't care about Rogue or Gambit.  Quickly paced, lovely art, funny as hell, but I just don't care about the two main characters.

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text 2018-11-09 09:59
4/24 Tasks: 7th of November: Diwali
Anna Karenina - Larissa Volokhonsky,Richard Pevear,Leo Tolstoy
Gathering Blue - Lois Lowry
The MacKinnon's Bride (Highland Brides, # 1) - Tanya Anne Crosby
El oso de karantania - Cristina Loza
Heidi - Johanna Spyri
Anne of Avonlea - L.M. Montgomery
Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaw
Reforming Lord Ragsdale - Carla Kelly
Her Sister's Baby (Harlequin Superromance No. 627) - Janice Kay Johnson

Task 1:  Share a picture of your favorite light display. ~ I might be reaching here, but no man-made display has ever captivated me as much as the night sky (though lantern festivals come close).

Task 2:  Cleaning is a big part of this holiday; choose one of your shelves, real or virtual, and tidy / organise it.  Give us the before and after photos.  OR Tidy up 5 of the books on your BookLikes shelves by adding the CORRECT cover, and/or any other missing information.

 

Well, since I can never help myself, while searching for the girl with flowers covers I ended up merging one of my books into it's proper author, and I bet I'll end up doing some more, lol.

 

As for my physical library, I plan on an overhaul around Christmas, so I'll post pictures then.

Task 3: Eating sweets is also a big part of Diwali. Either select a recipe for a traditional sweet, or make a family favorite and share a picture with us.

 

Dulce de Leche!!

 

This is not an easy one to make, actually. I think we only attempted it once, it took a looooong time, and the consistence was not that firm (plus, I think we got a bit enthusiastic with the sodium bicarbonate)


Task 4: During Diwali, people pray to the goddess Lakhshmi, who is typically depicted as a beautiful young woman holding a lotus flower. Find 5 books on your shelves (either physical or virtual) whose covers show a young woman holding a flower and share their cover images.

 

I'm among those having a lot less difficulty finding women brandishing weapons than carying flowers among my covers, but children and classic books came to my rescue. Clearly, I might want to "make love not war" more reading-wise. If only I could find more romances that treaded better the line between crazy drama and blandness.

Book: Read a book with candles on the cover or the word “candle” or “light” in the title; OR a book that is the latest in a series; OR set in India; OR any non-fiction book that is ‘illuminating’ (Diwali is Sanskrit for light/knowledge and row, line or series)

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