Agnes and the Hitman by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer

Agnes and the Hitman is the third Jennifer Crusie novel I read (though it’s co-written with Bob Mayer), after I loved Bet Me and enjoyed Charlie All Night. Agnes and the Hitman was the best of three, even if it was completely different. Agnes is a chef, hot-headed and fed up with being treated like […]

Spring TBR

I had some success with seasonal TBR lists before, though I have to admit my winter list was a fail because a) life was crazy, and b) I only put weirdly serious books on it, which immediately put me off reading. Eh. Anyway, I’m going for a combination of books already owned and new releases […]

Three Romances I Wanted To Love But Didn’t

Give me all your romance recs, especially the sci-fi kind if you have any.  Any new contemporary romance authors I should try? I’ve been on a real contemporary kick lately. I’d love to hear from you! :) Let’s be friends: email – bloglovin’ – twitter – instagram – goodreads.

The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy E. Reichert

Ohh, this is another one of those books. It has a great premise, some fantastic elements, I loved the heroine so much, and it made me hungry because the food descriptions are marvelous, but the whole just didn’t do it for me. This will contain spoilers because I want to talk about it some more, […]

Life Lately and Some Birthdays

Hi, I’m back. I mean, I’m still here. Leaving the blogosphere for a couple of months really makes you realize that life goes on even if you’re not chatting away in your little corner of the internet. But now I’m here, I have some posts scheduled to appear in the next weeks, and I hope […]

Having Kids in the 21st Century

Hello and welcome! It’s time for another discussion, we haven’t had any of these in a while, so I really need to get moving if I want to complete my Discussion Challenge (I’m participating again and if you want some really great discussions, head on over and click around a bit). I normally only discuss […]