Adult - General Fiction
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Tue Dec 11 00:00:00 MST 2007jesk828 Rating:5.0
Laurell Hamilton's writing is page turning madness. I can not read her books fast enough. It is like a movie flowing through my head and I must get to the last page to see how it all works out. I have three more books in the Anita Blake series and I am torn between getting started on the next book and having it end. If you enjoy vampires, werewolves and adult relationships, you will love Laurell Hamilton's Anita Blake books.
Mon Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2008sweetwater777 Rating:5.0
I LOVE this book. Addictive! It's like a choose-your-own adventure book for adults. There are over 100 endings. You can end up a millionaire or homeless down by the river. PERFECT book for a vacation or plane ride. I couldn't put it down!
Wed Feb 11 00:00:00 MST 2015Leslie Anne H. Rating:3.0
I liked the premise but it lacked the full charm I was hoping for. I prefer books written before 1970 and I love cats. I think this story will be highly satisfactory for ages 9-12. For really thoroughlly beautiful adult stories try Doreen Tovey's books. They are difficult to find but well worth it.
Tue Dec 10 00:00:00 MST 2013harrypotter1982 Rating:5.0
J. K. Rowling is one of my favorite author's. i love the fact that she is branching out and trying something new besides Harry Potter. This is quite different than those books because it is an adult book and you can not compare this to those books. It was quite good. I really liked it a lot!
Thu Dec 13 00:00:00 MST 2007inthebookzone2000 Rating:5.0
Something Blue is another amazing book by Emily Giffin. If you loved Something Borrowed you won't be abe to resist Something Blue! The same characters appear in Something Blue, as in Something Borrowed only this time the story is told from a different point of view. Something Blue is very well written novel that will rapidly become one of your favorite books. Something Blue is not for children! Adults, though, will love it!
Thu Feb 07 00:00:00 MST 2008great1taste Rating:5.0
One of the best erotic fictions I have ever read! The author really spent a lot of time developing the mental and emotional aspects of these two characters before they hoped into bed together, which I really appreciated so I didn't just feel like I was reading an adult film. Strong yet sensitive male lead. A little bit too Polly-Anna, Goody-Two-Shoes w/ the female though, and the ending leaves a lot to be desired, but over all I was extremely impressed with this author and am looking forward to more.
Wed Mar 25 00:00:00 MDT 2009chia10 Rating:5.0
This is not a childrens book ,but a adult fairy tale,with adult situations. It's about a loveable,funny and sometimes angry bear and his adventures in the big city .I loved this book
Tue Oct 01 00:00:00 MDT 2013bookreviewer87 Rating:5.0
If you like clean Christian romance, humor, Sandra D. Bricker, or feel good Hallmark type books, read "Merry Humbug Christmas"! I love the humor in both stories! I think Once Upon A Jingle Bell was a fun read and it had some twists that I wasn't expecting. It Came Upon A Midnight Deer was really sweet. I especially like how everything came full circle at the end. Both of these stories drew me into the book and I had a hard time putting it down. I think both stories are memorable and interesting. Sandra Bricker is one of my favorite authors. I love how she pulls me into a story. I was excited to be on the launch team for this book and received a free copy. I still would have loved these stories even if I had paid for them though! I recommend this book for teens and adults.
Thu Dec 22 00:00:00 MST 2011haelie Rating:5.0
Here's something new for me. I have not yet reviewed a fiction book--until today. And this takes place in the perfect setting for starting off my summer: a three day holiday weekend in a beach cottage. Here is the publisher's description of the story: The Fine Art of Insincerity features three Southern sisters with ten marriages between them and more looming on the horizon. It takes a "girls only" weekend spent closing up Grandma's treasured beach house for the sisters to really unpack their family baggage, examine their relationship DNA, and discover the true legacy their much-marrying grandmother left behind. And a bit about Angela Hunt, the author: Angela Hunt is the bestselling author of more than 100 books, including The Tale of Three Trees, Don't Bet Against Me, The Note, and The Nativity Story. Her nonfiction book Don't Bet Against Me, written with Deanna Favre, spent several weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. She and her husband make their home in Florida with their dogs. You can learn more at AngelaHuntBooks.com. So, with the introductions out of the way, my thoughts. Like the characters in this book, I also have two sisters. And, I was reading this book over the long holiday weekend in a southern home very similar to the beach home they stayed in for their holiday weekend--complete with porch swing and all. Setting and characters aside, or included, this story stirred up emotions in me which I thought were dormant or even non-existent. It had me considering my relationship with my own sisters as well as other family relationships and friendships I hold dear. As the title suggests, ultimately these sisters had been insincere with each other and actually with everyone else including they themselves their whole adult lives. Honestly, I kept mistaking the title of the book to be The Fine Art of Insecurity every time I glanced at the cover. Truly, that mistaken title is not too far off as well. Angela Hunt so creatively developed her theme and storyline with these sisters that the reader can sense that the one of the main reasons for each of their insincerity truly is their own insecurity. This book is not only a good summer read because of its setting but is also a great wake up to facing the reality of life and relationships before it is too late. As is clearly portrayed in this book, we never know how little time we may have left to truly show our love to those who need it most. Don't assume that because they are your family or lifelong friend(s) they know you love them. How have you shown them? Not how have you said it? How have your actions and unspoken words proven (or disproven) your love for them? Trust me, I am preaching right back at myself with this one. Because of the wake-up call from this delightfully intrusive book, I pray I will make this the Summer of Love Lived Out toward my family and dear friends. Disclosure: I received this free from Glass Road PR Blogger reviews. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own.
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