Monthly Archives: March 2011

IMM (21): Vlog

Big thanks as always to Kristi at The Story Siren for this great weekly theme. Bought from Borders:~ Trial by Fire~ Under Fire~ Hidden Fire~ Line of Fire~ Ride the Fire~ Heat Seeker~ Renegade~ Deadly Fear~ Flat Out Sexy~ Animal Magnetism~ Dukes to the Left of Me, Princes to the Right~ Halfway to the Grave~ One Foot in the Grave~ No Rest for the Wicked […]

Random Ramblings: How To Be A Romance Hero

Random Ramblings is a post that allows us to talk about something, really anything, that we feel is worthy of attention. It could be a movie we’ve seen recently, a current song/band that’s rocking our world or something book related that doesn’t quite fit anywhere else on the site. Fair warning, this article is really long, but well worth the read. A fellow romance reader […]

Fun Friday Quote

So I know that several other blogs have some fun quote days and I’m not trying to steal the idea from them I just thought I would share some favorite scenes from books I love with all of you. Plus it breaks up the only thing I have been posting lately which is reviews. It is good that I’m getting so much reading done but […]

Clarity by Kim Harrington *Alexa's Review*

Clarity, known as Clare to her family, has always been called a freak for her gift. She can touch an object and get visions from the people who have last touched that object. Her gift is rare and it makes her special but the people at school don’t see it that way. Clare is a loner with very few friends, she mostly hangs out with […]

Review: Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howell

Beauty and the BeastAuthor: Hannah HowellRating: A – Nearly perfect, a keeper/4 – Very hot!Reading Level: AdultPages: EBookPublisher: Zebra BooksRelease Date: April 2007Source: Borders First Sentence: England 1365“Dead?”“Quite dead.”“But how?”“Fell off his mount. Snapped his neck.”Super Brief Review:A heart-warming historical with a great blend of characters. Favorite Quotes:“Aye. When is the child due?” “God’s teeth.” Thayer slapped the palm of his hand against his forehead. […]