Thirty-something Kate has been tasked with mounting a museum exhibit about the history of romance and love despite her own romantically unsuccessful relationships. Intent on curating the show, Kate investigates love in books and on hilariously disastrous dates. Meanwhile, her long-widowed mother rekindles an old romance with a man she co-starred with in a play sixty years ago...Continue Reading
I enjoyed this book. And, at the same time, I didn't enjoy this book. It's one of the first books I've read that I can honestly say is a clear two-star. I liked parts, but not all. And now...I need to vent a bit. So, let's pretend we're sitting in a coffee shop, sipping chai lattes and gabbing about books.Continue Reading
Written in pockets of memories, reading this book is like bouncing around someone's box of everyday trinkets, things kept for their personal significance, that, though seemingly random and unconnected, all somehow fit together into a compelling story of indomitable spirit.Continue Reading
I'm a sucker for audiobooks narrated by their authors. And this one is made absolutely amazing with Lauren adding her witty inflections to the already hilarious text. I felt like I was sitting with a friend in a coffee shop and laughing so much that my tea came out my nose and all the other patrons stared. That is how funny this book is. And it's all Lauren.Continue Reading
Rosemary is fifteen and gloriously free, on her own for the very first time. Part of an exchange program for aspiring artists, she arrives in sunny southern France with a single goal: she doesn’t plan to leave, ever. She wants a new life, a new family, and a new identity. But her situation, crafted from lies big and small, is precarious.Continue Reading
In this stunning thrill ride, perfect for fans of Dan Brown and Steve Berry, a long-lost manuscript, written for Elizabeth I, holds the key to unlocking the past and to eliminating the future. Lee Nicholson is ready to take the academic world by storm, having discovered a sonnet she believes was written by William Shakespeare. When she reads the poem on the air, the words put her life in Continue Reading