Monthly Archives: October 2014

Lola and the Boy Next Door

Lola and the Boy Next Door

I have to say that I like Anna and the French Kiss way more than this book. I still really enjoyed this book. I still couldn’t put it down and I liked the love story a lot but I find Anna was a lot better.

I actually don’t have much to say about this book because I find it a lot like Anna in the writing style. Which makes sense because same author, companion novel to Anna and the French Kiss, and somewhat of the same story line. Stephanie develops good characters with back stories. You have a sense of knowing who these characters are throughout her novels. Continue Reading

Anna and the French Kiss

Anna and the French Kiss

I read this book so fast, I didn’t get a chance to even really think about it while reading it. I was just absorbing every word in as I went.

I always say I don’t have much time to read since having my son. Which is true in a sense but also it’s not that true..I mean he goes to bed between 6 and 7 every night and I sure don’t go to bed right away. So technically I have all this time to read after he goes to sleep but most nights I am just so tired I want to wind down by going on my computer, watching my Youtube videos, scrolling through Tumblr or reading a couple chapters but Tonight was the exception. I read more than ¾ of this book tonight and I just started the book last night… I have not read that much in one sitting in such a long time. That’s how much I loved this book. Continue Reading

Attachments

Attachments

I have to say that I didn’t love this book. I didn’t hate it that’s for sure but I just found it was kind of slow until half way through it and then it picked up a bit until the last quarter of it where I couldn’t put it down.

Attachments is a New Adult novel as the main characters are around 28 years old. There is some swearing in it but it was an easy read which was nice for it being kind of slow. I like how one chapter is e-mail between Beth and Jennifer and then the next chapter is Lincoln’s perspective and it goes back and forth like that. Continue Reading