Friday, 31 May 2013

The Scarlet Kimono by Christina Courtnay

Received for review
Paperback: 352 pages

  • Publisher: Choc Lit (1 Mar 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906931291
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906931292
Abducted by a Samurai warlord in 17th-century Japan – what happens when fear turns to love?

England, 1611, and young Hannah Marston envies her brother’s adventurous life. But when she stows away on a merchant ship, her powers of endurance are stretched to their limit. Then they reach Japan and all her suffering seems worthwhile – until she is abducted by Taro Kumashiro’s warriors. 

In the far north of the country, samurai warlord Kumashiro is intrigued to learn more about the girl who he has been warned about by a seer. There’s a clash of cultures and wills, but they’re also fighting an instant attraction to each other. 

With her brother desperate to find her and the jealous Lady Reiko equally desperate to kill her, Hannah faces the greatest adventure of her life. And Kumashiro has to choose between love and compromising his honour …

Cover: Simply stunning.

After reading and loving The Gilded Fan I knew I wanted to read the prequel.
The Scarlet Kimono enthralled me just as much.  I loved seeing Japanese culture and traditions in the 17th century.
The romance between Taro and Hannah was incredibly endearing and I loved watching them overcome so many obstacles to be together.  And I loved that we got both their points of view, making for a well rounded story and definitely made me love both of them as characters.
Has to be one of my favourite ever historical romances.
Christina Courtnay is fantastic at creating the rich Japanese setting that made me feel as if I was there, watching the whole story play out.
I felt the beginning was much slower than in The Gilded Fan, while a lot of background was necessary, the two protagonists didn't even meet until 120 pages in.

This is without doubt a must read for all historical romance fans!  I can't praise it enough!

5/5 stars!

Thursday, 30 May 2013

Booking Through Thursday

Booking Through Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Booking Through Thursday and a different question is posted every week.

I want you to think about your ideal reading experience. Think about the location. (Your bed? Favorite chair? The beach? Indoors or outdoors?). Think about the sounds. (Is there music playing? Happy children playing in the background? Utter silence?) Is there a snack or beverage nearby? Are you alone or with friends/family (presumably being quiet enough for you to read in peace)? What kind of lighting is there? Are you dressed in something ultra-comfy? What’s your position? Curled up? Stretched out?
Now … describe it so that we can all feel exactly how perfect it is … and why.

Location- Indoors.  Bedroom. Bed.
Sounds- Silence.
Beverage- Glass of coke.
Position- Lying on my front.
I love to just lie on my bed, all comfy.  I don't mind sitting in the living room, curled up on the sofa either.
But mostly my room.
I like silence, I don't like the T.V or music on in the background as I find it distracting.  I like to be totally engrossed in what I'm reading.

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols

Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: MTV Books (20 April 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416571736
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416571735
All Meg has ever wanted is to get away. Away from high school. Away from her backwater town. Away from her parents who seem determined to keep her imprisoned in their dead-end lives. But one crazy evening involving a dare and forbidden railroad tracks, she goes way too far...and almost doesn't make it back.
John made a choice to stay. To enforce the rules. To serve and protect. He has nothing but contempt for what he sees as childish rebellion, and he wants to teach Meg a lesson she won't soon forget. But Meg pushes him to the limit by questioning everything he learned at the police academy. And when he pushes back, demanding to know why she won't be tied down, they will drive each other to the edge -- and over....
Cover:  I'm not a fan of this cover.  I find facial close ups kinda dreepy, and I spent a lot of time laughing over the guys ridiculous stubble.
A friend lent this to me, and I was left underwhelmed.
At the very beginning I had issues that left me finding it difficult to connect to anyone because I couldn't believe anything.
For example, how could anyone mistake a 19 year old for a 'forty-year-old-married-cop-with-14-kids'.  Exactly.  No one.
I didn't like our protagonist Meg- ok she has some issues but most of the time she just comes across as a bitch and I could relate to her in any way at all.
John was ok I guess, but I didn't feel we got to know him enough.
Their 'romance' was lacking.
I just didn't feel it.

Also I didn't feel that Meg's issues were adequately resolved, it comes across that she dies her hair back to her natural colour instead of bright blue and hey presto- she's normal.   Like having her died suddenly fixes everything.  
Going Too Far get half marks for me.
2.5/5 stars.

Monday, 27 May 2013

The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window by Kirsty Mosely

Paperback: 258 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (9 April 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 1469984016
  • ISBN-13: 978-1469984018
  • Amber Walker and her older brother, Jake, have an abusive father. One night her brother's best friend, Liam, sees her crying and climbs through her bedroom window to comfort her. That one action sparks a love/hate relationship that spans over the next eight years.

    Liam is now a confident, flirty player who has never had a girlfriend before. Amber is still emotionally scarred from the abuse she suffered at the hands of her father. Together they make an unlikely pair.

    Their relationship has always been a rocky one, but what happens when Amber starts to view her brother's best friend a little differently? And how will her brother, who has always been a little overprotective, react when he finds out that the pair are growing closer? Find out in The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window.

Cover: A really simple yet pretty cover.

I've seen this book around for ages, but never got round to getting it.  Then a friend lent it to me, and I blazed through it.  Loving it so much that I now have to get my own copy so I can part with hers.
I loved that there was a super cute romance between Liam and Amber, that's been brewing since he first comforted her eight years before.  I just wish he hadn't been a man-whore in the beginning.  That's one of my pet- peeves.  I hate it.
It wasn't just cute though, it tackled some serious issues of abuse, and I think it handled them well.
I liked the epilogue.  I'm a sucker for a good epilogue, and I'm finding with a lot of New Adult books that while the ending is sweet and all H.E.A. that sometimes I just don't believe it.  This is not the case with this one.  I found that it was still just as romantic but I bought it.
Sure some times the narrative was a bit silly and repetitive, there were a few grammar errors but I still thoroughly enjoyed it, and could over look them.
Definitely enjoyed this one.  One of the best New Adults I've read so far.
Definitely recommend it for NA fans, of those looking to delve into the genre.
4.5/5 stars.

Thursday, 23 May 2013

Booking Through Thursday

Booking Through Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Booking Through Thursday and a different question is posted every week.

Have your reading habits changed since you were a child? (I mean, I’m assuming you have less time to read now, but …) Did you devour and absorb books when you were 10 and only just lightly read them now? Did you re-read frequently as a child but now only read new books? How about types of books? Do you find yourself still attracted to the kinds of books you read when you were a kid?

I've always been an avid reader, but I've found I read different genres now.  I used to mostly read adult historical novels, whether they be Harlequin/Mills and Boon novels, or books by Stephanie Laurens.
And while I still enjoy those, I tend to be reading far more YA novels.  Particularly YA paranormal romance.  When I read Twilight 4-5 years ago now, it was the first in that genre I ever picked up and I was hooked.
Now I've started to shift towards New Adult contemporary novels- a new emerging genre.

Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Inspire by Heather Buchine [Book Blitz]

18-year old Paige Rice, an exquisite beauty from East Hampton, NY, has just celebrated her high school graduation and is expecting to spend her summer living it up with all her socialite friends. But her parents have a different idea – she is being hauled away-literally- to the mountains of Vermont for the entire summer- in an RV! 
Assuming she will be an outcast amongst the other teens at the campground still does not prepare her for the treatment she receives, which is far worse than she imagined. She also isn’t prepared for Travis, the campground owner’s son and the “Sexiest” guy she has ever laid eyes on. Travis is the only one who shows any interest in getting to know Paige. The only problem is that they have to explore what lies between them in secret. But once all the secrets are stripped away, the truth may be crushing.

Interview with Heather

1. Where did the idea for Inspire come from?

I was actually camping with my family when the idea for the story came to me. We had just hiked through the woods down to a lake, and I was staring out at the boats when it hit me. I spent the rest of the afternoon “daydreaming” away.

2. How did you come up with the name of the title?

My protagonist, Paige, has a tattoo that inspired the title “Inspire.” It’s also a key part of her character.

3. What was the hardest part of writing Inspire? The easiest?

The hardest part of writing the book was writing the ending. It took a couple of drafts before I was happy with the way I was leaving off. (I’m trying not to give too much away, so I’ll leave it at that.) The easiest part was writing the dialogue between Paige and Travis, and the “LOVE” scenes. They were fun to write!!

4. Are you working on any other projects?

Yes. At least two of the other characters from this book are getting their own stories, and then there are a couple other projects in the works.
5. Do you have a specific writing process?

I really consider myself a mix between a panster and a plotter. The first part of my process is visualizing the characters and the main scenes of the book. My mind starts playing them out like a movie, and so I write it down exactly how I see it. Then, I go back and fill in the story around those scenes until I have a book that I would like to jump into. Although I outline my book ahead of time, things always change along the way as I get to know my characters better.

6. Do you have a certain time of day where you feel most creative?
Honestly, not really. I usually always have a notebook nearby so that I can scribble down things as they come to me. I could be in the shower, in the car, running through the check-out line, or making dinner and something may hit me.

7. Do you have any favorite authors?

Yes, I have LOTS of favorite authors, but the two that stick out the most are: S.C. Stephens and Abbi Glines. Their stories come to life for me, and I have a thing for their leading men!

8. What tips or advice do you have for other aspiring writers?

My first tip would be to write what you love! Second, edit, edit and edit some more. And third, if you’re a self-published author, let someone else do your formatting. (Your time saved is so worth the money!)

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Plastic Hearts by Lisa De Jong [Book Blitz]

So as you guys can see this was supposed to be posted May 13th-17th but things have been slightly crazy and I was unable to get this up in time, but I hope you guys enjoy!

My life has always been safe. I like it that way. I grew up in a fake society where plastic hearts rule. If our hearts are made of plastic, they can never be broken. My parents have expectations and I do everything I can to meet them, even if it means giving up on my own dreams. 

Now, all I want is to be free to make my own choices.

Dane Wright is everything I have been warned to stay away from. We met one night while I was with my perfect, parent-approved boyfriend and I haven’t stopped thinking about him. I don’t want to like him. I am doing everything I can to ignore his pull, but my heart seems to want what it cannot have, what it has never had.

Can he measure up? He may think I am too good for him, but maybe he is too good for me. 

Life is a series of choices and I have never been able to make my own. Until one day, when my heart decides to make a choice for me.

I have an exciting excerpt to share with you guys!!!

I felt a finger under my chin, lifting my gaze back up to his eyes. “Hi,” he said. I couldn’t quite hear his voice, but I could read his amazing lips under the strobe lights. God, he was beautiful, the type of beautiful that renders me temporarily speechless. I wasn’t sure how long I stood there searching for something to say, but it was long enough for me to completely forget my own name.
“I’m here with my boyfriend,” I finally blurted. It came out so quickly I wasn’t even sure he understood a word I said. Why did I always turn into a blabbering mess when I was nervous? Did I mention that when he smiled, two magnificent dimples appeared? Dammit.
I watched him look around and then he smiled. “I don’t see a boyfriend. Sorry, you’re going to have to come up with something a little better than that. Try again.” Who did this guy think he was?
I pressed my lips into a tight line. “No, I’m really here with my boyfriend. Right, Jade?” I turned around to pull her into the conversation, but she was gone. This was not going well. This mystery man had unnerved me by putting his hands on my body and flashing those incredible dimples and there was no one around to save me. I was stuck on the dance floor with a sexy stranger while my boyfriend and best friend were nowhere to be found. Ryan was probably sitting at the bar, slowly nursing his first beer, while Jade was doing God knows what with a guy whose name she would never know.
I hesitantly turned back toward him until our eyes met again. He seemed amused as he continued to smile down at me. “So do you want to keep dancing? Or can I buy you a drink?” He shouted over the music.

Monday, 20 May 2013

Rachel Caine UK Signing

I was so excited to attend a book signing here in the UK with US best-selling author of The Morganville Vampires Series, Rachel Caine.

I'm way behind on my Morganville Vampire reading, as this signing was for the release of book 14, and I've read up to book 7.  But I have loved each and every one of them.  So much that I've picked up books from Rachel's other series- Weather Warden series, Revivalist, and Red Letter Days.

We hardly get any signings where I am, let alone US YA authors.  I flipped out with excitement. 

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Booking Through Thursday

Booking Through Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Booking Through Thursday and a different question is posted every week.

What book(s) do you find yourself going back to? Beloved children’s classics? Favorites from college? Something that touched you and just makes you long to visit?
(Because, doesn’t everybody have at least one book they would like to curl up with, even if they don’t make a habit of rereading books? Even if they maybe don’t even have the time to visit and just think back longingly?)

I'm not a huge re-reader of books.  Most of the time I think it's because I have a good memory for the things I've read.  But there are a few that I've re-read, and re-read A LOT!

Heart On A Chain by Cindy C. Bennett.
This one I read for the first time in February 2012, and I must have re-read it as least 8 times since then.  It's fast paced read, only taking me a day to get done.  And I just fell in love with the story.  It's a beautiful contemporary that I think doesn't get the attention it deserves.

Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine.
I honestly can't estimate just how many times I've re-read this one.  I first picked this one up years ago, and it completely captivated me.  It's the book that really catapulted my reading obsession.  I'd always been a reader, but this one took it to another level.  I've always been a sucker for fairytales, and this Cinderella retelling is a must read.

Boy Meets Girl by Meg Cabot.
Meg's Princess Diaries series, like Ella Enchanted, are some of the books that grew my love of reading.  So as I got older and I looked at her adult books, I loved them just as much.  And this is my fav of hers.  Again, I don't know how often I've re-read it, but I always go to it when I want a book that I know will make me laugh out loud, and never fails to make me smile.

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Crossing The Line by Katie McGarry

Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 223 KB
  • Print Length: 67 pages
  • Publisher: MIRA Ink (1 April 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Katie McGarry captivated readers with her "riveting, emotional"* Young Adult debut, Pushing the Limits. In this gripping novella, she tells the story of Lila and Lincoln, who discover that sometimes it's worth crossing the line for love...

Lila McCormick first met Lincoln Turner when tragedy struck both their lives. But she never expected their surprise encounter would lead to two years of exchanging letters-or that she'd fall for the boy she's only seen once. Their relationship is a secret, but Lila feels closer to Lincoln than anyone else. Until she finds out that he lied to her about the one thing she depended on him for the most.

Hurting Lila is the last thing Lincoln wanted. For two years, her letters have been the only thing getting him through the day. Admitting his feelings would cross a line he's never dared breach before. But Lincoln will do whatever it takes to fix his mistakes, earn Lila's forgiveness-and finally win a chance to be with the girl he loves.

Cover:  Not a big fan of the UK for this novella.  It's just so boring.  I love the cute, romantic cover of the US version.

Pushing The Limits was one of my favourite reads of 2012, becoming one of my fav books of all time.  The companion novel Dare You To being one of my most highly anticipated releases this year, so when I heard about this little novella about Echo's friend from Pushing The Limits, it would be the perfect thing to tide me over.
And it was.
Thoroughly enjoyed it.  Lincoln and Lila were incredibly sweet, and I just loved them.  I could have carried on reading for hours, instead finishing this little novella in under two hours.
I felt that it may have been slightly anti-climatic, I was left feeling slightly unsatisfied, wanting more.
If you were a fan of Pushing The Limits then you'll definitely want to check this out.
4/5 stars.

Monday, 13 May 2013

The Slither Sisters: Tales From Lovecraft Middle School #2 by CharlesGilman

Received for review

  • Hardcover: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Quirk Books (15 Jan 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1594745935
  • ISBN-13: 978-1594745935
  • This second novel in the Tales from Lovecraft Middle School series begins right where Professor Gargoyle ended.  Seventh-grader Robert Arthur has discovered that two of his classmates are actually sinister snake-women in disguise. Even worse, his new middle school is full of “gates” to a terrifying alternate dimension – a haunted mansion full of strange spirits and monstrous beasts.  For Robert to protect his teachers and classmates, he'll need to return to this haunted dimension with his best friends Glenn and Karina.   Can they uncover the secrets of Lovecraft Middle School before it's too late?
    The Slither Sisters features more bizarre beasts, more strange mysteries, and more adventure.  It's perfect for readers ages 10 and up. Best of all, the cover features a state-of-the-art “morphing” photo portrait – so you can personally witness the sisters transforming into their slithering alter egos.  You won't believe your eyes!
  • Cover:  Another brilliant lenticular cover that you can't help but keep staring at until you start to look like a crazy person.
  • Oh I'm loving this series.  
  • The gang continues to find trouble in Lovecraft Middle School, tumbling through magical gateways and coming face with terrible monsters.
  • The tension was racked up in this sequel.  I was hooked again, right from page 1, and couldn't put it down.  Reading it in just one evening.  The last 50 pages I was on the edge of my seat, and the ending...boy oh boy- I did NOT see that coming.  
  • Once again the illustrations were incredible- just as good as the writing itself.
  • This book has everything a Middlegrade series needs- humour, action, lovable characters...and of course- great monsters!
  • This was a fantsatic sequel and I can't wait to read the rest of the series.
  • An absolute must read for adults and children alike.
  • 5/5 stars.

Thursday, 9 May 2013

Booking Through Thursday

Booking Through Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Booking Through Thursday and a different question is posted every week.

My brother-in-law turns 50 this weekend. So, in his honor, please pick up your nearest book or whatever book you’re currently reading, and turn to page 50 and then share the first 50 words with the rest of us.
(Do feel free to round this off, to stop and start with complete sentences, though.)

Ok so I'm not actually currently reading anything, but I will go to page 50 of the last book that I read, which was The Humans by Matt Haig.

I watched the 'television' she has brought in for me.  She had struggled with it.  It was heavy for her.  I think she expected me to help her.  It seemed so wrong, watching a biological life form putting herself through such effort.  I attempted, out of sheer telekinetic curiosity, to lighten it for her with my mind.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

The Humans by Matt Haig

Received for review
  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd (9 May 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857868756
  • It's hardest to belong when you're closest to home...One wet Friday evening, Professor Andrew Martin of Cambridge University solves the world's greatest mathematical riddle. Then he disappears. When he is found walking naked along the motorway, Professor Martin seems different. Besides the lack of clothes, he now finds normal life pointless. His loving wife and teenage son seem repulsive to him. In fact, he hates everyone on the planet. Everyone, that is, except Newton. And he's a dog. Can a bit of Debussy and Emily Dickinson keep him from murder? Can the species which invented cheap white wine and peanut butter sandwiches be all that bad? And what is the warm feeling he gets when he looks into his wife's eyes?
  • Cover: Love this cover.  In person it's really vivid.
  • The concept immediately intrigued me- that our narrator would be an alien taking over the life of a maths professor that has solved a maths problem that the world is not ready for the ramifications.  His mission- remove all evidence it was ever solved.  Including his wife and son.
  • His observations on human behaviour were hilarious.  Him finding us absurd...but he gradually comes to envy us and want to join us through discovering beautiful pieces of music and poetry, particularly that of Emily Dickinson.  As well as learning to love Isobel- the professor's wife and his son, Gulliver. 
  • At first, even though I was enjoying it, I found it slow going, but about one hundred pages in it really picked up and I flew through it.
  • This is a witty, quirky, heart-warming, must-read book that will make you look at our existence in a totally new light.
  • 4.5/5 stars.

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines

Paperback: 298 pages
  • Publisher: Abbi Glines (16 Dec 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0988301318
  • ISBN-13: 978-0988301313
Book 1

To want what you’re not supposed to have…

She is only nineteen.

She is his new stepfather’s daughter. 

She is still naïve and innocent due to spending the last three years taking care of her sick mother. 

But for twenty-four year old Rush Finlay, she is the only thing that has ever been off limits. His famous father’s guilt money, his mother’s desperation to win his love, and his charm are the three reasons he has never been told no.

Blaire Wynn left her small farmhouse in Alabama, after her mother passed away, to move in with her father and his new wife in their sprawling beach house along the Florida gulf coast. She isn’t prepared for the lifestyle change and she knows she’ll never fit into this world. Then there is her sexy stepbrother who her father leaves her with for the summer while he runs off to Paris with his wife. Rush is as spoiled as he is gorgeous. He is also getting under her skin. She knows he is anything but good for her and that he’ll never be faithful to anyone. He is jaded and has secrets Blaire knows she may never uncover but even knowing all of that…

Blaire just may have fallen too far.

Cover:  Love this cover.  Cute, sweet and sexy.  Love the colours and that also, everything is as the author described character wise.  I hate it when the models on the cover don't match the characters in the book, but this one does 100%. 

As we all know I am loving the new adult genre and I've heard nothing but amazing praise for Abbi Glines' books and this is the first one I've read but it will not be the last.  I was completely addicted to this book, reading it in under 24 hours.  I just couldn't put it down.
I know a lot of people don't like the innocent-virgin-meets-player-type, but it's  a romantic cliche that I for one, really enjoy and Abbi Glines did an amazing job of it.
I thought the chemistry between Blaire and Rush was amazing, and I was really rooting for them. 
We all love to hate a good bitch, and this novel was full of them.
I loved Blaire's character- she's sweet and innocent but also has a backbone, and I really respected how she dealt with everything life has thrown at her and how she coped.
Rush...ah how I loved him most of all.
He's the typical player type but he wants Blaire and thinks he's not good enough for her and shouldn't touch her.
Of course they inevitably cave.
The only thing I wanted was Rush's point of view.  There were so many times when I wanted to know his take on things, how he was feeling, etc.
Woah...the end of this book was brutal.  I'm still reeling.  I hated it.  Was sooooo NOT what I wanted to happen it ain't even funny.  My soul was crushed.
I needed to delve into book 2 right away so bare that in mind if you're thinking of picking this one up.  And you should be thinking of picking this one up.
Over all I really freaking loved this book.  On my my new New Adult obsessions for sure, and definitely one of the best I've read so far.
It just had one of my MAJOR pet peeves in...which I can't tell ya for the sake of spoilers, but it only knocked off a 0.5 because everything else was still fantastic- the characters-both the ones you love to love and the ones you love to hate, the writing, and the romance.
Highly recommend this one.
4.5/5 stars.

Sunday, 5 May 2013

The Wedding Diary by Margaret James

Received for review
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Choc Lit (7 May 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1781890161
  • Where's a Fairy Godmother when you need one?

    If you won a fairy-tale wedding in a luxury hotel, you d be delighted right? But what if you didn't have anyone to marry? Cat Aston did have a fiancé, but now it looks like her Prince Charming has done a runner. 
    Adam Lawley was left devastated when his girlfriend turned down his heartfelt proposal. He's made a vow never to fall in love again.

    So when Cat and Adam meet, they shouldn't even consider falling in love. After all, they're both broken hearted. But for some reason they can't stop thinking about each other. Is this their second chance for happiness, or are some things just too good to be true?

    Margaret's successful historical trilogy has been praised by many; the first "The Silver Locket" won the 2010 Single Titles Reviewers' Choice Award. This is the first contemporary and links to her trilogy.
  • Cover:  Stunning Cover.  The glittery butterflies are a beautiful touch.
I have to be honest and say this book took me ages to get into.  It just didn't hook me.  So much so that I ended up spring cleaning my bedroom.  *I hate spring cleaning.
I think my main issue was Cat.  She was such a weak character.  She's spent goodness knows how long pining away over her 'fiance' who's gone to 'find himself'.  She's basically a doormat and it was painful to read.
Adam I liked much better.  A sweet guy that's rejected by his girlfriend, making him depressed and moody.
Also Cat's supposed best friends.  I didn't take to them either.  I didn't find them supportive, they were contrary and in the end I liked them about as much as I liked Cat.
Adam and Cat's 'Fairy Godmother was horrible!  With her, who needs an evil stepmother!!
I also found the romance between Cat and Adam, while sweet, was unrealistic and developed way too soon, seemingly out of nowhere.
It definitely picked up towards the end, with some humour and Cat finally getting rid of her no good ex.  But this one just wasn't for me.
2/5 stars.

Thursday, 2 May 2013

Booking Through Thursday

Booking Through Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Booking Through Thursday and a different question is posted every week.

What’s your favorite hobby OTHER THAN reading?

Tough but it's a choice between watching movies (huge movie buff just so ya know) and simply hanging out with friends.