Friday, February 26, 2016

Becoming A Jett Girl - Book Review

Becoming a Jett Girl (Bourbon, #1)Becoming a Jett Girl by Meghan Quinn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Published May 29th 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

How did I start the Lafayette Club?

Well, I’m in the business of saving tarnished souls. I hand pick girls from the street who have no options left in life and give them an opportunity they can’t possibly refuse.

They come to work in the Lafayette Club which is full of EXQUISITE DEBAUCHERY, where influential men come to conduct business and lap dances are considered a fine art.

The girls are trained, they are morphed, they are educated, they follow the rules of the club and they know to submit to me. They live by my motto, no relationships, no love, just sex.

They are never touched, only by me, they are never completely naked, only with me, and their personas are entirely anonymous. The only person who knows who they truly are, is me, Jett Colby.

If these girls were ever seen on the streets of New Orleans, you would never know they were a Jett Girl.

Thursday, February 25, 2016

February Write On Review-a-Thon

Write On Review-a-Thon
The Write On Review-a-Thon is a challenge hosted by Book Bumblings. From Friday through Sunday, we all band together and write as many reviews as possible. It’s a weekend for you to either catch up on reviews or get ahead on upcoming ones. It doesn’t matter if you write one review or 1 – if you write a review, you’re in. Join this month’s challenge here

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

5 Books I Enjoyed Recently That Weren't My Typical Type

I can't remember what the last time I did this was. It's been months I can tell you that. And I have to say I've missed it.
I read a lot of non-fiction books last year, which isn't usually my top choice genre. That being said when I do read non-fiction, much like when I read any genre, it's all over the place.

Monday, February 22, 2016

Never Say Love by Carly Phillips & Lauren Hawkeye



Never Say Love by Carly Phillips and Lauren Hawkeye

Date of Publication: February 21, 2016

Bound by a vow with his friends, hotel tycoon Nathan Archer refuses to settle down and tie the knot. His only commitment is to bachelorhood. Granted, that contract was made when he was 15 years old… and in a treehouse. Still, a promise is a promise. And Nate takes his promises seriously.

But when cute little Eleanor Marshall walks back into his life, this blast from the past is no longer the timid little girl he used to know. When Ellie propositions him for a night of sizzling, unattached sex, Nate can't refuse. Besides, it's only one night. And Nate is never going to settle down.

Never say never…

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It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

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It has been so long since I've done one of these posts that I didn't even know it had changed host sites!
I did not get that change of address notice.

I've not only been a bad blogger but a bad blog follower.

But we're here now. And hopefully I'll get back to doing these more often. It's going to be pretty hard to get back in the habit after my two month break from my desk.
Unwilling break in case you hadn't heard.

It would have been great reading time, but I can't say if there was much of a difference. I doubt it

Friday, February 19, 2016

Introducing Orimis (Again)


https://www.etsy.com/shop/OrimisBeadedJewelry
I say again because I did mention this in passing a couple of months ago; but I never made it an official announcement.

Which kind of makes me feel bad since it's three months today since I started it.
I've mentioned here that I make jewelry, and on more than a few of those occasions I'm sure I've said I wanted to set up a shop to sell some of them. Well I finally did!

Friday, February 12, 2016

FINALLY

I called it last month, I said I wouldn't officially be back until Valentine's day weekend.
Finally after almost two months I have a desk chair again!

How a chair I ordered the day after Christmas takes until Valentine's Day to be delivered I'll never know. Actually according to the delay notice it would have taken until St. Patrick's Day.
Because, yeah, the place I ordered it (cough cough Target) wanted me to wait another month. I'm not so sure what's so special about that type of chair that they kept delaying it. But after the second delay I decided I didn't care to find out.

The Girl's Guide: Getting the Hang of Your Whole Complicated, Unpredictable, Impossibly Amazing Life - Book Review

The Girl's Guide: Getting the hang of your whole complicated, unpredictable, impossibly amazing lifeThe Girl's Guide: Getting the hang of your whole complicated, unpredictable, impossibly amazing life by Melissa Kirsch
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Published April 22nd 2015 by Workman Publishing Company

A colossal cheat sheet for your post-college years, answering all the needs of the modern woman—from mastering money to placating overly anxious parents, from social media etiquette to the pleasure and pain of dating (and why it’s not a cliché to love yourself first).

A perfect combination of tried-and-true advice and been-there tips, it’s a one-stop resource that includes how to clean up your digital reputation, info on finding an apartment you can afford and actually want to live in, and why you should exercise the delicate art of defriending. Plus the fundamentals, from health (mental and physical) to spirituality to ethics to fashion, all delivered in Melissa Kirsch’s fresh, personal, funny voice—as if your best friend were giving you the best and smartest advice in the world.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Remembrance by Meg Cabot - Book Review

Remembrance (The Mediator, #7)Remembrance by Meg Cabot
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
February 2nd 2016 by William Morrow

Fifteen years after the release of the first Mediator novel, #1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot returns with a deliciously sexy new entry to a fan-favorite series. Suze Simon—all grown up and engaged to her once-ghostly soulmate—faces a vengeful spirit and an old enemy bent on ending Suze's wedded bliss before it begins.

You can take the boy out of the darkness.

But you can’t take the darkness out of the boy.