Month: September 2015

Audio Book Review: I’m in No Mood for Love by Rachel Gibson

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Title: I’m in No Mood for Love (Unabridged)
Series: The Writer Friends (Book 2)
Written by: Rachel Gibson
Narrated by : Kathleen Early
Publisher: Blackstone Audio
Pub Date: 8/4/2015
Length: 8 hrs and 36 mins

Synopsis from Goodreads.com:

What is Clare Wingate doing? One minute she’s suffering in a pretty-in-pink gown she’ll never wear again, and the next thing she knows it’s morning…and she has the nastiest hangover of her life.

To make matters worse, she’s wearing nothing but a spritz of Escada and lying next to Sebastian Vaughan…her girlhood crush turned sexy, globe-hopping journalist. Somewhere between the toast and the toss of the bouquet she’d gotten herself into a whole lot of trouble.

Clare had the right to go wild – after all, she’d been knocked off her dyed-to-match shoes after finding her own fiance in a compromising position with the washing machine repairman. Clearly her society wedding is off.

But Sebastian pushed all the wrong buttons – and some of the right ones, too. Clare is in no mood for love – not even for lust – and wants to forget about Sebastian and his six-pack abs ASAP. But he isn’t in the mood to go away, and his kiss is impossible to forget.

My Review:

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Book Review: Just The Facts by Ellen Sherman

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Title: Just the Facts
Author: Ellen Sherman
ISBN: 978-1-63152-993-1
Publisher: She Writes/BookSparks
Pub Date: Sept, 2015

Synopsis from Goodreads.com:

When English major Nora Plowright finds herself staring at college graduation as if at the edge of a cliff, she decides to become a newspaper reporter—and right away, she manages to get a job at a local paper (which you could still do in 1978). Although fearful by nature, Nora pursues a tip from a stranger and soon is investigating corruption at the Maryland State Highway Authority regarding the controversial placement of a major freeway. The developing scandal, with its shady “players,” tests both her budding reportorial skills and her appetite for danger. Also, her passion for storytelling makes it increasingly difficult for her to stick to the facts.

Honest and humorous, Just the Facts is a coming-of-age novel about finding one’s way in the real world that will resonate with anyone who has struggled with figuring out what to do when she or he grows up.

My Review:

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