Thursday, February 27, 2014

Moan for Him book review

Enjoyable book. I found it to be sexy, suspenseful, and fun. I liked the characters of Grant and Nikki. Though their relationship was unconventional it worked, it was a great love story. The story was well written. I look forward to reading more in the series.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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This accountant is about to learn that one rough biker plus three of his friends equals a HOT RIDE she'll never forget. By Opal Carew.

One sexy rookie cop. One seductive outlaw biker. One unforgettable one-night stand. Sarah Castille's sexually explosive BURNOUT is a hot and wild ride you won't want to miss!

What happens when a reporter looking for a story is thrown inside an outlaw motorcycle club on the verge of war? Drama, action, and lots of hot sex! SAVAGE HEART by Sara Fawkes

Combine one sassy biker chick with one badass Australian rocker for a full throttle ride in ONE WILD RIDE by Lauren Hawkeye, part of the New York Times bestselling Three Little Words series.

When Aubrey Rhodes comes face to face with the mysterious bad boy Caleb West, nothing can prepare her for the wildest ride of her life in FULL THROTTLE by Adriana Hunter.

In HEART RACER, the first of Marian Tee's new biker series, notorious underground moto racer Leandro Christopoulos needs to convince snarky philanthropist Roberta "Bobby" Granger he's in love with her...even if he's not.

Mari Carr's latest romance, CRASH POINT, proves nothing could be hotter than a former bad boy biker looking to make good, the sexy photographer he loved and left and those sultry New Orleans nights.

Who doesn't love a little rumblin' between the thighs? Join Tessa Savage on a wicked ride of corruption and seduction in HOW TO DEBAUCH A BIKER, the latest in the Savage Series by Daire St. Denis.

Listen up, adrenaline junkies: your pulse will roar as if you're street bike racing when you meet gorgeous speed junkie Sawyer Tremaine in FAST AND MINE by Sharon Page.

Delilah is caught between an old crush and a new attraction...she's in for one wild ride. R.G. Alexander's ménage romance DIRTY DELILAH is guaranteed to rev you up!

If you love snarky socialites and dominating NYPD motor cops than get ready to laugh your ass off with LOVE, LEX by Avery Aster.

Romance, redemption and chrome-plated sizzle! Nothing can bring this Dominant rock star to his knees like the ex-wife he's never been able to forget in Eden Bradley's OBSESSION!

When a birthday girl's plans go up in dust along with her broken down car and lying jerk of a boyfriend, there's only one hot mechanic who knows how to make it all better in Roni Loren's NICE GIRLS DON'T RIDE.

Rev up the heat and take a ride on the wild side with Rio's sexiest off-road motorcyclist in CONQUISTA by Suzanne Rock.

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Easy Chinese Recipes: Soups for the Family

The recipes in this book look delicious, I am eager to try them out. I think these recipes will be a great addition to our go to recipes. I love soups and these recipes look both easy and yummy to make. I just wish there were pictures if each recipe in the book, it would have definitely enhanced it.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Viking's Orders book review

I really liked this story. I found the characters to be both fascinating and intriguing. The more I read the pages the more I wanted to read. Marsh wove a great tale. I also found the story to be incredibly sexy, fun, thrilling. I think Pure and Vikar will have great adventures together and get into a lot of trouble which they would wickedly enjoy. It was a great short read. I'm eager to read more.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

All A Woman Wants book review

All a Woman Wants was a very enjoyable story. I found the protagonists of Bea and Mac to be likable, particularly Mac. Bea often let her fears cripple her to the point she almost didn't go after her hearts desires, which was a shame considering how intelligent she was. I also liked the supporting characters, they added a element of humor, suspense, and mischief that gave the plot depth. In general, this historical romance was a good read. I would recommend it to other romance lovers.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

'The mermaid and the shoe' book review

'The mermaid and the shoe' book review

"The mermaid and the shoe" written and illustrated by K.G. Campbell is a great children's picture book. I loved the character of Minnow. Her determination
and will to learn, discover, and persevere made her a engaging and
likable character. Children who will read this book and will fall in
love with not only the incredibly well written plot, but with the rich
and soft illustrations.

I found myself absorbed in the story from page one. Despite the
challenge that Minnow faced she didn't give up on herself. She knew that
she held an important role and she did whatever she could to find the
answers she sought. This book takes walks us through the life of King
Neptune's fifty beloved daughters. Each of his daughters was special in
her own way. Some of his daughters had great talents and others were
highly skilled, but one Minnow. She wasn't sure what areas she was
gifted in. Nevertheless, Minnow was going to explore many different
talents and skills until she found her niche.

I would definitely recommend this book for young children. There is a
wonderful lesson to be learned about determination, perseverance, and
finding your talents. This would also be a great interactive read-aloud
for the classroom, it would ideally lead into a lesson about what skill,
talents, or activities the children are good at.

Teaching Melody book review

I truly enjoyed reading Teaching Melody. I just wish there was more of it. I found the characters of Melody and Preston to be very likable. What started out as hero worship for Melody quickly turned to a crush, then infatuation and ultimately to love. I thought I would be weirded out by their relationship but neither of the characters pursued anything until Melody came of age. The story was sexy and entertaining. I'm glad there was a happy ending.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Elusive book review

I found this book to be a truly great read. I loved the characters of Jack and Zoe. They added wit, strength, fun, and mystery to the story. I found the plot to be very well developed. As I read each page I found myself wanting to read more and more. This book is full of mystery and questions unanswered. I found myself asking will Jack's past continue to haunt them. I hope Jack and Zoe get back together. I'm eager to see what happened to Jack after Italy. Zoe and Jack are a great match.

It rhymes with Bart: A nice fart book for kids

"It rhymes with Bart" by Tom Skinner and illustrated by Richie Williams, is a book about passing gas. I know some of you may be grossed out by the mere mention if reading a book about farting, nevertheless, this children's book is cleverly done. It takes a little getting used to but you may just find this book enjoyable.

Skinner uses rhyming rather well in this book on farting. I think with the right group of children they may find it funny. This book would be a nice way to ease some of the embarrassing moments of passing gas that children sometimes deal with. I think children will be tickled by the humor.

The illustrations left a lot to be desired but that may have been intentional. It looks like drawings a first grader would make. There was heavy use of primary colors. I feel that the drawings helped to give the feel that a child was narrating the story. I would recommend this book, perhaps during discussions about the body and during science.

It Rhymes with Bart: A nice Fart book for kids

Friday, February 14, 2014

Fallen Too Far book review

I found this book to be very enjoyable. It was well written. The chemistry between Blaire and Rush was palpable. Every emotion is touched on in this book. I would recommend this book to other romance readers. From the beginning to the end of the book I was drawn to the characters and engrossed in their lives. I am eager to read more from Glines.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Diets suck! - Discover why you are overweight and lose the fat forever

I found this book to be honest and pretty straight forward. I like many people have tried my share of diets and work out plans. It's tough finding what works for you. The author asks tough questions. It really is all about a battle of self vs self. Do you want better for yourself? and Why aren't you doing what's right for your body? The author suggests that once people get it into their minds that they want to lose weight they will make the necessary lifestyle changes to achieve this, healthy diet and exercise.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

ABC: A Great Mini Monster Alphabet Book for Smart Kids

I truly enjoyed this alphabet book. It was a unique take on the usual alphabet books. Those books can sometimes be redundant but this book gave the alphabet flavor. I found the use of monsters to be cute. I really liked how each monster was very different and had their own personality, which was clearly evident in the illustrations.

I found the words to be both clever, fun, and engaging. Skinner has great use of rhyme. I loved the poetry feel of the book. I wanted to see what great word combination and rhyme would show up next. A is for apple, and B is for ball has become very stale, but this book has resurrected the alphabet book. With words like quango, tazzo, and vitta children and adults alike will be expanding their vocabularies.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Mr. King's Castle

I really enjoyed this story. I found this book to be cute and fun. I liked how Mr. King saw the error of his ways and was quick to rectify it because he realized what he did was wrong. I also enjoyed the illustrations they were bold and bright which drew your eyes to the pages. I would definitely recommend this story for young readers I think they will learn a great lesson from reading it.


The ABC's of Yoga For Kids

Awesome! I love the ideas and great illustrations. I would definitely recommend this book. It really breaks yoga down to a level that children will easily understand.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Juicing For Weight Loss: A Complete Guide With The 32 Best Quick Juicing Recipes To Help You Lose Weight

I found this book to be informative. There was a lot of great information in the book and I will definitely be sharing the important tips with my family and friends. The insight will be helpful to anyone looking to lose weight or adapt to a healthier lifestyle. I definitely will be trying out some of the recipes soon. I wish that the recipes were organized better and had more instruction.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Don't Be A Chicken

 "Don't Be a Chicken" by Binks and illustrated by Ruby Begonia is a story about a goose named Gander who grows up on a chicken farm. Aunt Sissy finds a large egg one day by a creek, so she takes it back to her chicken farm. Unbeknownst to Aunt Sissy and her hens things were about to change. The egg she found was not a chicken egg but a goose egg. As Gander grows his differences with the chickens becomes more apparent. Gander shakes things up around the coop. The chicken learn a few things from Gander, like not being afraid of trying new things.

I would definitely recommend this book for young readers. I think that it holds great life lessons. I would also use this book in my classroom. I find that it would be a great tool when learning about accepting your differences, understanding, and the willingness to try something new.

I found the illustrations to be soft, colorful, and very well done. I like that you can tell that they were hand done, they weren't too cartoonish. The soft blending of the colors of each illustration was beautiful. I was eager to get to the next page to see the next drawing.

Don't Be A Chicken

Undressed Book Review

This book totally rocked. I found it to be steamy, sexy, witty, and fun. The plot was very well written and thought out. I found myself eager to get to the next page so I could see what would happen next. This book was undeniably a spicy page-turner. Avery Aster definitely knows how to write erotica tastefully. I really enjoyed the characters of Lex and Massimo. I found Lex to be smart, witty, strong, and full of determination. She was very likable, I wanted her to succeed both with Massimo and her company. Massimo exude sexy, he was everything I wanted in a romance male protagonist. I wouldn't mind finding a real life Masi. This book was intriguing from beginning to end. I am eager to read the next book in the series.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Whatta Weird World 1: A Ducky Cure for the Hiccups

"Whatta Weird World 1: A Ducky Cure for the Hiccups" by Max Candee and illustrated by Melissa Bailey is about a eight year old girl with red hair and purple glasses, named Amanda Grace. She is a perfect blend of her parents. Amanda Grace is full of personality, she is smart, fun, quirky, and knows what she likes. Amanda Grace has a pet duck, named Sam, and a stuffed Koala, named Kwali, who she takes along for the ride. While her family sleeps Amanda Grace starts her adventures.

I found this book to be cute and fun. I really enjoyed the characters, especially Amanda Grace and Sam. I loved Gracie's sense of adventure, and her courage to go out and find something thrilling. Amanda Grace was both girly in her love for pink and brave in her longing for adventure. The illustrations were soft and vibrant which I found to be perfect for the story, they epitomized Gracie.

I would definitely recommend this story for young readers. I think they will thoroughly enjoy it as I did. This is a story that children will want to read again and again. I think that children will find this story to be silly and cool. I would love to read more of Amanda Grace's adventures. This story is fresh and engaging, definitely an interesting read.

Whatta Weird World: A Ducky Cure for the Hiccups

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Fun Funky Lilac Art

I received this book for free from the LibraryThing giveaway. I enjoyed all the artwork and pictures. I found the art to be very bold and vibrant. The colors really popped from the page. I expected the art to be a bit funkier though, more abstract. I was expecting some very unique pieces but the art didn't stray far from the original beauty of the flowers.

The Line Book Review

I found this book to be chock full of possibility. With a line and your imagination what you can create is endless. I truly enjoyed how the art told the story. Each page left the reader wondering what exciting event would happen next. The female character was able to have many different experiences with the line. She was able to explore many different feelings from happy to fun to scared, all with a single line. I think that children will enjoy this book. I would use this book to integrate literacy with art, I would have my students use a single line to create their own adventures. This was a great picture book.