Humor, Suspense

Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

This is a super entertaining book! It is the story of Kate McCall, who basically will only admit to being a way off-Broadway actress, never mind the dog walking or being an apartment manager for a bunch of quirky people. At this moment, she is Farina LeBleu, star of Blood Song and Dance and vampire… Continue reading Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

Adventure, Humor, Review

How Speleology Restored My Sex Drive by Michael Bernhart

First things first, I had to look up 'speleology'. Having never heard this word I was intrigued, since it was linked with everybody's favorite word, 'sex'. I suspect we're all disappointed to find that it is simply the study and exploration of caves, but without this great word the book would lack direction. This is… Continue reading How Speleology Restored My Sex Drive by Michael Bernhart

Humor, Review, Romance

The Lucky One by Sylvie Stewart

The premise of this romance is one that all romance readers have encountered before. While the basis of it is not particularly original, the writing is witty and hilarious, making it definitely worth the read. It may not have any surprises, but the delivery is a wonderful surprise of its own. It begins with the… Continue reading The Lucky One by Sylvie Stewart

Contemporary, Humor, Review, Romance

Perfect Tenn by Heather Dahlgren

This romantic comedy is a difficult one to review. There are so many strengths, but there are some weaknesses that detract from the overall story. I enjoyed it immensely and read it very quickly. It is a book that I definitely suggest for romance readers. Regan is a gorgeous redhead who lives with her equally gorgeous best… Continue reading Perfect Tenn by Heather Dahlgren

Contemporary, Humor, Review

Didn’t Get Frazzled by David Z. Hirsch, M.D.

Seth Levine has always wanted to be a medical doctor and his first year of medical school consists of equal measurement of intimidation and being overwhelmed. Wanting to be able to share the agony, his friends are mostly medical students who can relate. Sometimes they meet at each other's homes for parties, sometimes it's just… Continue reading Didn’t Get Frazzled by David Z. Hirsch, M.D.