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text 2018-08-03 15:52
Single and Looking Daisy: A Funny Laugh Out Loud Feel Good Summer Read
Single and Looking Daisy: A Funny Laugh Out Loud Feel Good Summer Read - Belinda Austin

Secret Lives of Sisters, Book 1

I Picked Up This Book Because: Author’s description in my Netgalley group on Goodreads

The Characters:

Shakespeare the cat:

The Story:

For me this did not live up to the hype of the title. I could see where the author was trying to be funny but it just wasn’t my kind of humor. It struck me as Broad City humor which I just don’t like.

I found Daisy to mostly be a hot mess. Her easy acceptance of her cat talking to her leads me to believe she is mentally unstable and I drew the line at the stalker like behavior of neighbor David. Daisy should run far far away from Mr. “I just want to watch you eat” and “sip slower” #HeebieJeebies

The Random Thoughts:

*DNF so no rating

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review 2017-09-27 14:03
good story and characters
Reach for the Stars: A feel good, laugh out loud romantic comedy - Colleen Coleman

Evelyn and James were at a relationship counsellors office. They had been HS sweethearts and  been together ten years and married seven years. James thinks it is stupid to pay and come to a counsellor but Evelyn wants to try to save their marriage. Evelyn remembers when they were united in their thoughts, dreams and attitudes. If Evelyn now had just met James or went on a date with him she is sure she would have picked up on his selfishness, his sarcasm, and his intolerable messiness. Evelyn and James had gotten married too soon to know who they really were. Their is no big stuff  destroying their marriage just a lot of little things. After the session James and Evelyn decide to divorce. Evelyn is back at her mom’s house and feels better. Evelyn thinks she should sell the cottage so starts the procedure. But at least she didn’t feel like she was nine years old at the cottage like she does at home. Evelyn really wants to get out there and do something with her life and her new found freedom. James was already off traveling. At first Evelyn loved being spoilt and mollycoddled but then it was becoming smothering. She hadn’t lifted a finger since she came home and if she stayed like this she would never accomplish anything. Evelyn knew she had to reenter the real world. So far Evelyn had figured out that she didn’t want to build a life around someone else. Tara was her sister and an airline stewardess. And she told Evelyn “ you played it safe your whole life- you're a local teacher who married the boy next store and bought a cottage in the village and look where you are”. Then Tara said “ play it your own way, do something for you”. Tara said she was away a lot on flights to come stay at her place in Dublin. Evelyn knew it took courage to walk away from one life to say goodbye to all you know, to leave the comfort and and the familiar and the well loved  to a new one but she  decided to do it. Evelyn moves to Dublin and ends up tending bar at a charming but rundown pub. But to her surprise evelyn is really happy for the first time in years- making new friends and finding a new purpose in life, taking risks and even falling in love again with Danny.

I did enjoy this story a lot. I thought this was sweet and charming. It had a lot of emotional ups and downs which would be expected with a divorce then a whole new start on life as far as I am concerned. I loved Evelyn’s attitude all through this book. I loved how Danny was a friend first. I also loved how Danny understood Evelyn’s dreams and wanted to be part of them. I liked seeing Evelyn grow as the book went on. This did drag for me at times but I still continues on. I wanted to see how Evelyn came out. I loved that Danny was a musician. I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this book and I recommend.

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review 2014-12-29 18:47
Wallbanger - Alice Clayton


   I loved this book!! I am going to keep this short and sweet. This was not what I was expecting from a book with this cover and title! Just goes to show you can't judge a book by its cover. I totally expected a trashy NA but what I got was so much better! One of my favorite things about Wallbanger was the slow building romance. I will admit at times it did feel a little immature for their ages. BUT, that totally worked for me. The innocence of it really reminded me of all the thrill and excitement of having a crush on someone. It completely charmed me.


   I also immensely enjoyed the humor in this book. There were quite a few laugh out loud moments, which I always appreciate. The addition of Clive the cat was perfection. He was such a huge comedic presence in this book, and it only enriched the story.


   I honestly would have given this book 5 stars if not for the overabundance of "O" references, that's O as in her missing Orgasm. I got why it was in the story, and I was cool with it. Actually I freaking LOVED that their first time wasnt perfect, you almost never see that, and it was so realistic and refreshing. But the whole talking to her missing orgasm throughout the book, and eventually giving her(?) a face.....no. It was too much for me, and felt vaguely similar to a certain inner monologue with an "inner goddess" that I've read before. And sorry but, I cared for that even less. It wasn't bad here, just too much for me to give this a perfect rating. I highly recommend this!! I will definitely be reading the next one....very soon. Can't wait to see more from this author, I'm super impressed!

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review 2014-12-21 00:00
Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids
Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids - Rob Elliott A good, clean book of easy jokes.
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review 2014-03-02 16:31
Seduction and Snacks by Tara Sivec

This was fantastic. My husband kept checking on me to see what I was laughing so hard about, I'd read a page to him, he'd start laughing, and then I'd yell at him to go away so I could keep reading...and laughing. Warning: everyone in this book has a potty mouth, which was exactly what I needed after a stressful week. When other people cuss when I'm mad, I stop feeling like I need to cuss. The child in this book was such a typical little boy, half the scenes with him felt like they were lifted straight from my own days of trying to raise a small barbarian psycho (aka four year old) into a civilized adult. We're still working on that one. The second book in this series is going on my "really really want to read" shelf.

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