They Said What??? 7/12/10

This post is real simple…a few of our favorite quotes from our recent reads! LISA’S FAVORITE QUOTES THIS MONTH: Quote #1: By Storm Dance from Cherokee Storm When our innocent young heroine is caught pleasuring herself by her hunky Native American beau: Tears of laughter rolled from his eyes and streaked his cheeks. “Stop it. Stop laughing at me.” “Such games are for girls,” he […]

Random Ramblings: Book Organization Tools

Random Ramblings is a new feature to Once Upon a Chapter. This section will allow Lisa and I to talk about something, really anything, that we fell 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. This month I’ve chosen to talk […]

Tender Is the Storm by Johanna Lindsey*Lisa’s Review*

Sharisee Hammond had resigned herself to marry Joel Parrington, the man her father had arranged for her. Though she did not love the man, she would never complain and always do what her father expected of her. That was until her younger sister Stephanie told her of her undying love for Joel and how miserable she would be is Sharisee married him. When their father […]

The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner by Stephenie Meyer *Stephanie’s Review*

” I watched his body change. He crouched on the roof, one hand gripping the edge. All that strange friendliness disappeared, and he was a hunter. That was something I recognized, something I was comfortable with because I understood it.” This is the short story of Bree Tanner’s life as a vampire. Most of us who have read the Twilight saga didn’t even remember who […]

Tantalizing Teaser Thursday 7/8/10

Tantalizing Teaser Thursdays is another one of our new additions. Twice a month we will be bringing you book trailers that we feel are worthy of your viewing pleasure. Book trailers aren’t for everyone but there are some pretty good ones out there. My pick this month was a book trailer for the McKettrick series by Linda Lael Miller. It is about three brothers and […]