Monday, July 29, 2013

[more book reviews]

The white people are coming and they are taking over the land. To help the integration of the two complete different people, the U.S. government agrees to send one thousand brides for Cheyenne warriors. So starts the journey of May Dodd and her fellow female friends into the unknown.   

The story is quite intriguing and there are great varieties of characters that keep you entertained as the story unfolds. There were many humorous parts that made me laugh out loud.

Caution: I would rate this book R as there are some explicit scenes and one portion of the story is disturbing.


Two completely different teenagers form a strong bond in the 1970’s that lasts a lifetime. Ups and downs of life at times separate them but the friendship endures and evolves. A glimpse to two women’s hearts and lives. 

There was enough substance to keep me interested all the way through. Some bad language throughout the book.


A professional hypnotherapist meets the perfect guy only to find out that his ex girlfriend stalks him.

What more do I need to say? I found the topic so refreshing and interesting. A highly entertaining read!


“There were a few things Jeremy Marsh was sure he’d never do: He’d never leave New York City, never give his heart away after barely surviving one failed marriage, and never become a parent.”

Well, never say never, right? Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.

I kept thinking I had read this book before. Certain aspects of the book seemed so familiar to me yet the story kept going to a totally different direction than I anticipated.

Another good book from Nicholas Sparks. Not great, but good.


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