Monthly Archives: August 2011

In Memory of Author L.A. Banks

L.A. Banks, Leslie Esdaile Banks, Leslie E. Banks, Leslie Banks and Leslie Esdaile(1959-2011) I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the Romantic Times convention at Columbus, OH in April of 2010. If you are a serious reader, you understand that authors are our rock stars. So to be in a place surrounded by some of your greatest idols, being able to approach them, […]

Catching Jordan

Title: Catching Jordan Author: Miranda Kenneally Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire Publication Date: Dec 1, 2011 Classification: YA Novel Challenge: Outdo Yourself Summary from Goodreads: What girl doesn’t want to be surrounded by gorgeous jocks day in and day out? Jordan Woods isn’t just surrounded by hot guys, though-she leads them as the captain and quarterback of her high school football team. They all see her as one of […]

August Upcoming Releases

August 2011 HISTORICAL The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley The Midnight Dance by Lila Dipasqua It’s Always Been You by Victoria Dahl Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue by Stephanie Laurens Ripe For Scandal by Isobel Carr Secrets to Seducing A Scot by Michelle Marcos CONTEMPORARY Only Mine by Susan Mallery Too Hot To Touch by Louisa Edwards Cheri on Top by Susan […]

My July RAKs and August Sign Up!

My July Thanks!This month I participated in RAK which is a movement started by the lovely ladies at Book Soulmates. It’s a great way to make some friends and to spread some happiness. For more information, click on the button below! I’ll start with the books I sent out: Poison Study to Amanda @ On a Book Bender Poison Study to Patricia @ Book Exhibtionism […]

Epic Fail

Title: Epic Fail Author: Claire Lazebnik Publisher: HarperCollins Publication Date: Aug 2, 2011 Classification: YA Novel Challenge: Outdo Yourself Summary from Goodreads: At Coral Tree Prep in Los Angeles, who your parents are can make or break you. Case in point: • As the son of Hollywood royalty, Derek Edwards is pretty much prince of the school—not that he deigns to acknowledge many of his loyal subjects. […]