“Well… now, I’m starting to think.. you don’t know what might be coming next. And it might be something nice. Something good, even though everything before it wasn’t good at all.”
This is definitely a sit on the edge of your seat, biting your nails, holding your breath, wanting to know what was going to happen; and, when it finally comes to a head, gasping at the turn of events.
Books about books and people who love to read books are probably one of my favorite types of stories to read. I feel that I have a deeper understanding of the characters within the pages as they often feel the same way I do about reading.
The Unhoneymooners is the PERFECT beach read. It had a little bit of everything that I look for in a good summer vacation read. It was lighthearted, witty, sexy and most importantly, it was laugh-out-loud funny.
I encourage every woman out there to read this story. It will make you laugh, cry, want to throw a plate against a wall, but most of all, it will inspire you. It is truly a story about discovering who you are in your bones, not the person you want others to see you as.
This story was sweet and savory in the right ways; it gave me all the feels. For her debut novel, Jennifer Gold really created a confection to remember.
June 14th is National Strawberry Shortcake day so I had to make one of my favorite summer dishes to commemorate the day!
“In a sense, my time away from him felt like going to work, and the weekends and summer were coming home — unwinding… being myself.”
Lisa Duffy did a wonderful job highlighting the effects that war can have on not just a soldier, but that soldier’s family. There were numerous heartbreaking moments within the pages that really brought that aspect home to me.
This is truly the perfect beach read. It is entertaining, captivating and terrifying all rolled up into one masterfully told story.
“We are all ultimately unreliable storytellers of our own lives, whether we wish it so or not, whetherwe share a