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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Review: I Do (But I Don't) by Cara Lockwood

I Do (But I Don't) (Crandell Sisters #1)
by Cara Lockwood

Genre: Chick Lit, Contemporary, Humor, Romance
Publication: May 2003
Format: ebook, 352 pages
Source: Own
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She creates perfect days.
In spite of her incorrigible curly hair, Lauren Crandell is a neat-freak and organizational guru, qualities that make her the perfect wedding planner. But when two weddings in one day go haywire, and hunky firefighter Nick Corona comes to the rescue -- twice -- Lauren realizes there are a few important details in her own life she hasn't been tending to since her divorce. Namely, her sex life.

She lives lonely nights.
Sweet and sexy Nick seems hell-bent on fanning the flames between them, and Lauren definitely feels sparks flying. But she's scrambling to plan nuptials for her most challenging client yet -- a beautiful, cunning, and certifiable Psycho Bride. With the big day rapidly approaching, a series of misunderstandings, mishaps, and mistaken identities threatens to ruin not one, but two happily ever afters. But with her career and her love life on the line, the wedding planner just might learn that you can't plan everything, least of all true love.
I really like that TV, Movie, I do (But I don’t) starring Denise Richards and Dean Cain. I watched the movie years ago and found out that it was based on  Cara Lockwood novel with the same title. I’ve been looking forward to read this book for some time and I have to say that I am not disappointed. I'm giving this book a 5 stars because I enjoyed it so much!

Lauren Crandell was  the junior wedding consultant at Forever Weddings. She met Nick Corona, an attractive firefighter who comes to the rescue during two of her weddings. Lauren then was assigned to plan the wedding for Darla, a psycho bride. Imagine her surprise when she found out that Nick was a part of Darla’s wedding.

I love this book as much as the movie. It was nice to read this in Lauren’s POV. Lauren was a likeable character. She’s nice, sweet, funny and she had her insecurities. And Nick! Well… he’s adorable and swoon worthy. The two of them made a very cute couple.

I do (But I don’t) is a sweet romance full of misunderstandings and humor. The story line was a bit predictable, but cute. In the end, it makes me all smiley and warm. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a sweet, cute read.

Review: The Pairing by Katie Ashley

The Pairing (The Proposition #3)
by Katie Ashley 

Genre: Adult, Chick Lit, Romance, Erotica
Publication: February 2014
Format: ebooks
Source: Own
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A Companion Novel to The Proposition and The Proposal

After her former boyfriend left her pregnant and alone, Megan McKenzie swore off men. She spent the last eighteen months focused solely on her son, Mason, along with finishing nursing school at the top of her class. Although she’s not ready to complicate her life with a long-term relationship, a nice no-strings attached hook-up is just what she needs. At her godson, Noah’s, baptism, she finds the perfect candidate in the soft-spoken godfather, Pesh Nadeen. After all, the widower could use a good time too. But after drinking too much, the night doesn’t end the way she thought it would. Forced to leave Pesh’s house through a walk of shame, Megan hopes to never, ever see him again.

For Pesh Nadeen, the very sight of Megan sends him into an emotional tailspin. Since she reminds him too much of what he has lost, he wants to be out of her sightat first. But the more he gets to know her, there's something about the diminutive blonde that causes his protective side to go into overdrive, and he finds himself wanting more. When Megan is assigned to work in his ER to complete her nursing clinicals, he sees it as fate, but she’s having no part of it. She only wants a physical relationship while he wants far more.

What happens next is a sexy game of cat and mouse to see who will break first or if both of them will eventually get more than they ever bargained for.
I love the first two series from The Proposition by Katie Ashley and have been looking forward to read The Pairing.

Megan swore off men after she was left pregnant by her former boyfriend.  She was only interested in having sex and not more than that. She met Pesh Nadeen during her godson, Noah’s baptism. He was handsome, charming and available. Megan decided that Pesh could use a good time, but Pesh wanted more than that. He respected Megan and rejected her for the first time she came to him. Megan was embarrassed and hoped to never see him again. But fate had another plan for them as Megan was assigned to work in Pesh’s ER. 

I love both Megan and Pesh (but not more than Aidan and Emma). I love watching how their relationship developed. Megan pushed away Pesh at first, but Pesh was really persistent to have her. They made a really good couple despite their age differences. They complimented each other. Mason, Megan’s son made the story much more enjoyable. He’s very sweet and adorable. 

The story flowed nicely. My only complaint was that the book was a little bit too long and draggy than necessary. Things went smoothly for the couple once Megan accepted to have a relationship with Pesh. And I was waiting for another drama to pop up. But I was wrong.

The Pairing is a romantic, heartwarming read with lots of steamy scene. If you enjoy the first two books from the series, you might want to read this one.

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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Review: Doctor Who: The Bog Warrior by Cecelia Ahern

Doctor Who: The Bog Warrior (Time Trips)
by Cecelia Ahern

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction
Publication: May 2014
Format: Kindle Edition, 42 pages
Source: Netgalley
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Arriving on the planet Cashel, the Tenth Doctor witnesses a strange masked ball. To guarantee peace, Prince Zircon has to choose a bride from the Bog People - dead men and women who have been resurrected as slaves. Or as warriors. But Zircon is in love with the enslaved Princess Ash, whose parents were deposed and executed by the current Queen. As usual, the Doctor has walked right into trouble, and it's up to him to sort it out.
I was really excited to read this short story. I have never read any of Cecelia Ahern’s work even though I’m a fan of Chick Lit. I thought that this was a great opportunity for me to sample her work.

I find that the idea with the bog people was very interesting. However, the story was a bit rushed. I wish the author would take the time to explain more about the planet, the people, the bog people and Queen Xenotime's witchcraft. I was a bit disappointed with the doctor’s characterization. The Doctor doesn’t sound like the 10th Doctor that I knew. Although the writing was alright, I don’t think that the author’s writing style suit science fiction. 

Overall, this was an okay read. Entertaining, but just not good enough.

Disclaimer: I received an ARC through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

Friday, June 20, 2014

On Tour: A Moral Dilemma by Zara Kingsley - Review + Excerpt

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Zara Kingsley is now on tour with CLP Blog Tours with her book, A Moral Dilemma. Please visit her tour page for more blog stops and for a chance to win a $35 Amazon Gift Card.

A Moral Dilemma
by Zara Kingsley

Genre: Adult, Chick Lit, Drama, Romance
Publication: April 2014
Format: Kindle Edition, 213 pages
Source: ARC, CLP Blog Tours
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Think you would never date a married man? ... Think again!

Rebecca Hardy isn't a naturally deceptive person, but it seems her boyfriend might be—and when she theatrically catches him cheating, she decides she’s had it with these modern-day men who can’t commit. She has even less regard for these immoral modern day women, who don’t hesitate to prey on men in committed relationships. What is wrong with them?! Don't they care that they're breaking hearts and destroying lives?! Rebecca, with her high morals and family values, would never even consider dating a married man. Which is why her friends are so shocked when Rebecca finds herself doing exactly that—albeit at the fervent request of that man’s very own wife, the notorious Isabella Coombs.

At first, Rebecca likes to think of it as helping someone out—female camaraderie, and all that. But she doesn't expect Isabella’s husband to be quite so charmingor for things to go quite so far.

Rebecca Hardy works at an exclusive salon, Pamper Moi. She caught her longtime boyfriend cheating and kicked him out of their condo. Now, Rebecca didn’t know how she was going to afford the mortgage. So when Isabella Coombs tried to hire Becky to get her husband to cheat on her, Becky didn’t know what to do. She needed the money, she wasn’t sure about dating a married man, especially a nice, charming man like Mr. Coombs.

I have to admit that at first, it was very hard to get into the book. I didn’t really like Rebecca Hardy or her best friends – Juju and Abby. They’re a bit annoying and their conversation was a bit unnatural to me. But as I get into the book, I started to enjoy it. I started to like Becky a little bit (although I can't say the same about her best friends). There were tons of drama in Becky’s love life, work life and friendship. I'm curious to know what will happen to Rebecca and the husband. And what’s the deal with Isabella Coombs. 

Overall, I kinda like the story and the plot. The characters, not so much. If you enjoy a light read with lots of drama, bits of romance and humor, A Moral Dilemma is the perfect book for you.

I received a copy of A Moral Dilemma by Zara Kingsley from the author/CLP Blog Tours as part of the book tour. 
Book Excerpt

Wheelers, was an average enough, discreet British pub, on an average enough discreet City street, and was also Jeremy’s choice location for a not so discreet illicit tryst.

“Look, would you be ordering something or not lass?” the barman asked me with a slight Irish accent.

Shoo shoo shoo I had wanted to say, but for fear of him drawing any more attention to me, and in light of the fact that he was actually blocking my view of Jeremy and Miss Thingy, I quickly deduced that I had in fact better order something. “Coke please,” I snapped off, throwing down a fiver.

“Diet or regular?”

Oh for chrissakes, will you just move! Aargh! “Regular!”


“No!” rolling my eyes. He actually seemed to be enjoying this little exchange. Maybe he knew Jeremy and knew what both he and I were up to?! No. Not possible.


“Look, can you get me a coke or not?” I hissed.

“OK, OK, keep yer knickers on,” he said smiling cheekily and finally turned to go get me a drink. I quickly realigned myself to get a better view over the bar and through the window to the courtyard where Jeremy, the bastard, and Thingy were sitting extremely close to each other and laughing easily at this point. Still not incriminating evidence, but the night was young. I saw Jeremy lean into her and started talking into her ear. I would’ve said ‘whispering’ but he didn’t know how to whisper sweet nothings at the best of times let alone after he’d had a few, which by the way his face was flushed and his tie, usually perfectly positioned, was loosened and off centre, he obviously had.

“There you go now. Coke and change,” said the barman. I ignored him and continued fidgeting with my camcorder, hidden behind by handbag, whilst still keeping a sharp eye on the fornicators. “Pity you don’t get to catch the conversation with those things from a distance.”

“Excuse me?!”

“You need to get up real close to them to record conversation.”

“I haven’t the foggiest idea what you’re talking about,” I said turning beetroot, and started to scuffle about with the camcorder, desperately trying to stuff it back into my bag.

“Oh,” he leaned back comfortably against the bar, folded up his arms and nodded toward Jeremy and Thingy. “I thought for a sec you were spying on that pair.”

“I beg your pardon?!” trying my best to sound alarmed but at the same time careful not to draw any attention to myself…

“Oh, it’s no skin off my nose either way,” he said, “but let’s assume you were spying on that pair.”

“Which I am most definitely not!” I said furiously, whilst still trying to shove my camcorder back into my bag, but what, with my current state of panic and the fact that every time my head bent down my wig was starting to slip forward, I couldn’t quite manage it.

“Ah, but, if you were, you’d be doing it all wrong.” I looked up at him from under the fringe of my wig. “You’re too far away to even know what’s going on.”

“As I’ve already told you, I am not spying on anyone. But IF I were, I am able to see quite clearly exactly what’s going on.”

“Ah jaysus, you can’t tell a thing from what you see. They could just be having a great crack, with nothin’ in it at all.”

Oh he’s having a crack all right.” I slumped on the bar, completely fed up, with the camcorder sticking out recklessly from my bag. I’d given up trying to tuck it away, just as I’d given up trying to film them. He was right of course. The barman. The footage I’d so painstakingly gathered proved nothing at all. Jeremy would be able to talk his way out of this one in a nano-second, and I knew that I’d believe whatever he would tell me, as per usual, because although I had doubts, many, many doubts, I never ever had any real concrete evidence of any disloyalty. We watched them silently for a few seconds, but when Jeremy slipped his hand up Miss Thingy’s skirt and started talking into her ear again, I just squeezed my eyes shut so I wouldn’t have to see, and so the barman couldn’t see the tears of humiliation that were starting to well up.

“Look, just pass it here,” he said reaching out his hand to me.


“The camcorder. I’ll get up close and record what they’re saying for yer.” I gave an incredulous stare and opened my mouth to say something, then as if on autopilot, I handed him the camcorder. “Ah, you can thank me later,” he said with a wink. And was off. Headed in their direction with the camcorder hidden underneath a bar towel on a tray. My heart started hammering against my ribcage and I wanted to dive under the bar and hide as he got to their table and started hovering, collecting glasses, wiping, and re-placing ashtrays. I half expected Jeremy to look up and wave at me but he didn’t even notice the barman floating around. Too engrossed in impressing Miss Thingy, which by the way she was giggling and batting her false eye lashes at each word he uttered, seemed easy enough to do.
Author Bio:

Luckily I was born and raised in a City I love living in: London, UK. And it’s just as well, as I can barely afford to go on a camping holiday much less move. I have a gorgeous 9yr old daughter, yeah, I’m a single mom, (judge me later), and I like to think of myself as a yummy mummy, when in reality I’m still working on shifting this damn cellulite of my ass. I do actually make it into the gym from time to time, but mainly to appreciate theahemview :)

So what kinda stuff do I write?

Well, I write what I love reading, Romantic Comedy and the original kinda British ChickLit. I don’t do vampires, werewolves, or horror, because sheesh, I wanna sleep at night. In my bed. Not underneath it. So if you like Bridget Jones or Shopaholic, then you might dig my stuff.

My heroines are women in their late twenties / early thirties. My heroes are hot, cute and not too hunky. My stories are about life, love and friendship, with a few twists and turns and tons of fun. They’re not particularly deep, nor meaningful, they’re a lighthearted, easy read, that go well with a glass of wine and a few chocs, and just might make you laugh out loud

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Book Excerpt: Son of Dragons by Andrea R Cooper

Andrea R Cooper is now on tour with Irresistible Reads Book Tours with her book, Son of Dragons. Please visit her tour page for more blog stop.

Son of Dragons (Legends of Oblivion #2)
by Andrea R Cooper

Genre: Paranormal, Romance
Publication: April 28th, 2014
Connect: Website
In a time of false peace, the dead rise as soldiers for the Warloc’s scheme. For thousands of years he has stood ready for the final battle. Though the witch and her cursed Elvin have destroyed his physical body, now with his protégé, he has honed a new way to wage war.

Shunned by her own people and weary-hearted from centuries of lost loves, Elvin warrior Mirhana scours the land to silence the undead. Her heart has turned as cold as the sword she wields, until a prince seeks her aid. Never has Prince Landon met a woman like Mirhana. Both beautiful and deadly, she haunts his dreams. The battle at hand becomes more enchanting than fighting to remain true to his unseen betrothed.

When a traitor emerges, new alliances are tested and the only remaining hope is to follow the prophecy and find the ... Son of Dragons.
Excerpt from Son of Dragons

Mirhana followed Brock inside. In one of the corners, Jeslyn, Landon, and Gillespie guzzled mead as if they had been lost in the desert for days. Each slammed the flask down and laughed for another. Jeslyn sat on Landon’s lap with an arm around his neck. She leaned in when she saw them enter and whispered in his ear.

When Mirhana slipped around from behind Brock, Landon’s laughter died and his face colored. She couldn’t keep her hands from clenching. What was the matter with her? Who cared if these humans shacked up together? She had sworn off relationships—especially with men. “

The tavern maid cleans our chambers.” His voice cracked. “The girls’ room is ready now, but Jeslyn wasn’t tired.” He sounded as though he apologized.

Mirhana did not care about him, or that they were drunk. She told herself that beyond protecting humans from the undead, she had no further interest in their affairs.

“Where is Celeste?” Brock asked.

“Asleep, when I left her.” Jeslyn’s voice had no hint of alcohol.

Instead of responding, Mirhana spun on her heel and headed upstairs.

With mumbling excuses, Gillespie and Landon left the table and headed after her. Gillespie ducked inside his and Landon’s room, but Landon grasped her arm.

“What’s the matter?”

She jerked her arm away. “Nothing.”

“It didn’t seem like nothing. A moment ago, you looked like you took a bite of a bitter apple. I only wanted to thank you for your help earlier with the Troblin.”

“The Warloc and his protégé are not sitting idly back guzzling ale. They have attacked each of us.”

“One night of rest and forgetting our responsibilities won’t harm anything.” His smile made his chocolate eyes twinkle.

“I do not have the luxury as you do. It is not only humans that I strive to protect, but my own people and everyone else as well.”

“Right.” He leaned against the wall and crossed his arms over his chest. “And who knows what will happen if you have a drink with one of us and lower your standards.”

Instead of answering, she flung open the door to her room, dashed inside, and slammed it closed. How dare he speak with her that way? Tomorrow, she would tell Gillespie to take him back where he found him. They didn’t need a jester in this battle.
About the Author:

Andrea R. Cooper writes fantasy, paranormal and historical romance. Her favorite childhood memories revolved around creating vibrant characters for her friends, and then acting out their adventures. Inside her fantasy worlds of darkened forests, dragon-filled glades, and iced islands, nothing was banned. From the ethereal Elvin to the most maligned Vampires, all were welcome in her fictional realities, a stark contrast to her home, where the magical and mythical was forbidden.

Divorced and disillusioned of love and believing all the love songs and books exaggerated, she put aside her creativity for life. Many years past before characters, from the familiar to the freshly conceived, came to her again, but this time teasing at a new passion, the written word.

Gradually, her real life hero brought love and magic back into existence. During the time when her characters were getting reacquainted, the love of her life was showing her that true love never gives up and rekindles no matter how many times others attempt to extinguish it. Today, she is happily married with three children. Andrea believes in the power of change and delighting in each moment. But most fervently, she believes in the magic of love and imagination again.

Review: If I Should Die by Amy Plum

If I Should Die (Revenants #3)
by Amy Plum

Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Young Adult
Publication: May 2013
Format: Paperback, 408 pages
Source: Own
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I will not lose another person I love. I will not let history repeat itself.

Vincent waited lifetimes to find me, but in an instant our future together was shattered. He was betrayed by someone we both called a friend, and I lost him. Now our enemy is determined to rule over France s immortals, and willing to wage a war to get what they want.

It shouldn t be possible, none of it should be, but this is my reality. I know Vincent is somewhere out there, I know he s not completely gone, and I will do anything to save him.

After what we ve already fought to achieve, a life without Vincent is unimaginable. He once swore to avoid dying - to go against his nature and forsake sacrificing himself for others - so that we could be together. How can I not risk everything to bring my love back to me?
I’m not sure why I didn’t read the final book of the Revenant series sooner, especially after that cliffhanger in Until I Die. In this book, the love story between Kate and Vincent continues. I love watching the two of them together, although there are times when I thought that Vincent sounds surreal. He’s too sweet and too gentleman and I started to wonder if a man like him does exist. 

But still… the plot was great. My favorite part was the final battle and watching the Bardia come together to help the champion. I have to say that I kind of have guessed what will happen at the end of the story; but it was still full of surprise to read how my prediction was going to come true especially with a few twists here and there, making the story much more interesting. 

If I Should Die is a great finish to the Revenant series. And Amy Plum did an absolutely amazing job in writing this series. Those who love paranormal romance (especially with Paris setting) will definitely enjoy this series.

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Review: The Heist by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

The Heist: A Novel (Fox and O'Hare #1)
by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

Genre: Chick Lit, Humor, Cozy Mystery, Romance, Suspense
Publication: June 2013
Format: Paperback, 400 pages
Source: Own
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From Janet Evanovich, #1 bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum novels, and Lee Goldberg, bestselling author and television writer for Monk, comes the first adventure in an electrifying new series featuring an FBI agent who always gets her man, and a fearless con artist who lives for the chase.

Nicolas Fox is an international con man, famous for running elaborate scams on very rich and powerful people. He knows that the FBI has been hot on his trail for years—particularly FBI Special Agent Kate O’Hare. But just when it seems that Fox has been captured for good, he pulls off his greatest con of all: He convinces the FBI to offer him a job, working side by side with O’Hare.

Their first assignment takes them to the side streets of Berlin, the California desert, and remote Indonesian islands as they team up to catch Derek Griffin, a corrupt investment banker charged with stealing millions from his clients. Finding Griffin on his private island is going to test O’Hare’s patience and Fox’s skill. High-speed chases, pirates, and Toblerone bars are all in a day’s work . . . if O’Hare and Fox don’t kill each other first.
I have to admit that at first, I was hesitant to read this new series from Janet Evanovich. I was afraid that the character would sound like Stephanie. Don’t get me wrong. I love Stephanie Plum. But I didn’t want to read a book with Stephanie’s twin. Thankfully, Agent Kate O’Hare sound nothing like Stephanie.

FBI Special Agent Kate O’Hare has been after an international con man, Nicolas Fox for years. When Kate finally caught him and has him behind bars, Nicolas pulled another con and convinced the FBI to offer him a job. Now Kate has to work alongside with Nicolas. And their first case is to find some big money stolen by a corrupted investment banker.

I love both Kate and Nicolas. Kate is one smart, sexy, kick-ass heroine. And Nicolas is handsome, funny, clever and a bit sneaky con man. They are very dissimilar. But when the two are together, they made a great pair. They have a really great chemistry. The supporting characters were a great addition to the book. I really like the relationship between Kate and her dad and was hoping to see more of them soon.

I wish I didn’t wait this long to read this book. The Heist is a very exciting, entertaining and fun read.  There is definitely more action in this book. The plot was exciting and the dialogue was really good and hilarious! I really enjoyed this book and I’m looking forward to read the next book from the series.

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Friday, June 13, 2014

Review: The One by Kiera Cass

The One (The Selection #3)
by Kiera Cass

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult
Publication: May 2014
Format: Paperback, 336 pages
Source: Own
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The time has come for one winner to be crowned.

When she was chosen to compete in the Selection, America never dreamed she would find herself anywhere close to the crown--or to Prince Maxon's heart. But as the end of the competition approaches, and the threats outside the palace walls grow more vicious, America realizes just how much she stands to lose--and how hard she'll have to fight for the future she wants.
I’m not sure what I should think of this series. I'm not a big fan of first two books—The Selection and The Elite. But I just can’t stop reading the series. Besides being fascinated by the pretty dress on the cover, I wanted to find out what happen to America and the others. I wanted her to end up with Maxon, although sometimes, I do think that America did not deserve him. I wanted to know how the author is going to wrap up the story when there are a lot more questions need to be answered.

I think that The One focused on Maxon and America’s relationship, which was why there wasn’t a lot of Aspen in this book. I’m happy for that. But America continued to frustrate me as she did in the first two books. There were a lot of drama going on between America and Maxon caused by misunderstanding and miscommunication. There were moments where I thought that I was going to like her just a little bit. But then, she would do something that makes me want to strangle her.

I do think that this book is definitely better than The Elite. I’m glad that the rebels are back. At least I know now why they were attacking the palace. I’m glad that the girls in the competition are getting closer to each other.  But I’m not a big fan of how the story ended. I’m frustrated by the death of certain people at the end of the story. It was a little bit too abrupt and too easy to end and conclude the story.  

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Review: Wisdom's Kiss by Catherine Gilbert Murdock

Wisdom's Kiss
by Catherine Gilbert Murdock

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult
Publication: January 2013
Format: Paperback, 320 pages
Source: Own
Connect: Website
Princess Wisdom, known as Dizzy, longs for a life of adventure far beyond the staid old kingdom of Montagne.

Tips, a soldier, longs to keep his true life secret from his family.

Fortitude, an orphaned maid, longs only for Tips.

These three passionate souls might just attain their dreams while preserving Montagne from certain destruction; if only they can tolerate each other long enough to come up with a plan. Tough to save the world when you can´t even be in the same room together.

Magic, cunning and one very special cat join forces in this hilarious, extraordinary tale by the author ofDairy Queen and Princess Ben. An incredibly creative tale told with diaries, memoirs, encyclopedia entries, letters, biographies, even a stage play, all woven together into a grand adventure.
I’m not sure what to expect when I bought this book. The cover looks nice... and the synopsis do sound interesting. It’s kinda frustrating that I didn’t enjoy this book as I thought I would.

Wisdom's Kiss by Catherine Gilbert Murdock was one of the confusing book I’ve read. It was written in a few point of views – Tips, Trudy, Dizzy and a few others. I usually did not mind reading any book with alternating point of views, but in Wisdom’s Kiss, it was written in several styles – letters, encyclopedia and in screenplay form to name a few. The constant change in point of views and styles was too confusing that it  forced me to put down the book for quite a few times. It was sad because the storyline wasn’t so bad.


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