Tuesday 23 December 2014

BMBR: The Bottom Line by Sandy James

This is a cute romance in the "Ladies who Lunch" series about a breast cancer survivor and the carpenter that she hires to work on her house.

It was a decent story with the usual back and forth of miscommunication, misconceptions and trust issues.  There's also a lot of descriptive, normal sex.

That being said, I felt compelled to finish the story, but I didn't feel compelled to jump my husband after reading it, but I'm going take into consideration that he fell asleep watching hockey, and that my uterus is gearing up for a wonderful Christmas present. Yay.

Bottom line: these books are 3-4 bucks as an e-book, and that would be my maximum. It was worth it, but I'm not dying to get the others in the series. Probably would if I needed something easy to read and sweet.

Monday 8 December 2014

BMBR: Touch and Go by Lisa Gardner

Started buying her books a few years ago. Have thought about moving her to Kindle but bought this one at Costco when I saw it. My dad likes mysteries so easier to share this way.

Almost done. So fucking close. I brought it to work do that I could sneak a page in here and there. Left it in the car. Fuck.

I think that I know who did it, and it's killing me not knowing for sure.

Bottom line: One of her best. Definitely good enough to buy ebook if that's cheaper, but good enough for the real book version, too!

Monday 1 December 2014

Muse Monday

My muse hath spoken again.

She gives such great advice, doesn't she? I love that she's on the same page as I am about the "dream resolution".

I don't know how else I would've ended my story about about how the world is dying and it's climate is producing an environment that is conducive to the growth of slime molds and wicked awesome bacteria that can devour an entire cow in about 10 minutes in such a way as to not, like, totally freak out my readers!