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30 04, 2016

Review: Husband Wanted by Charlotte Hughes

By | April 30th, 2016|Categories: Comedy, Literature & Fiction, Romance|Tags: , , |1 Comment

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husband wanted book coverReviewed by Bethany Kelly

When Frannie gets a letter from the daughter she gave up for adoption 13 years prior, she begins to weave a web of deceit. She tells her daughter that she is happily married, rich, and a lot better off now than she was when she gave her daughter, Mandy, up for adoption. However, when Frannie learns that her daughter is going to come for a visit, she must figure out how to make her lies a reality. This is where Frannie’s friends and customers at the diner come in. After rallying together, she has a fancy house to stay in, an expensive wardrobe, and some time off of work. Now all she is missing is a husband.

Clay Coleman, a bachelor afraid of commitment, agrees to play the role of Frannie’s husband. When he moves

23 04, 2016

Review: Will You Won’t You Want Me? by Nora Zelevansky

By | April 23rd, 2016|Categories: Comedy, Literature & Fiction, Romance|Tags: , |2 Comments

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nora zelevansky book coverReviewed by Poppy Johnson

Marjorie Plum is a 28-year-old self-absorbed New Yorker. Once a popular high school girl, she is now trying to find her way in the big city. While out and about, Marjorie runs into an old flame, Mac O’Shea, who is rich and (still) attractive. From then on, Mac is a fairly constant presence, trying – and not giving up – to rekindle their romance. When Marjorie is sacked from her job because of Brianne, a mean girl, the story and Marjorie’s adventures really take off–she’s on a quest to figure out who she really is and what she really wants from her life.

The cast of characters includes: Marjorie’s parents, Barbara and Chipper who mean well but are constantly overbearing and cannot let her grow up even though she already is an adult; her roomie Fred; and a

12 01, 2016

Review: Narcoleptic Hooker by Emma Janson

By | January 12th, 2016|Categories: Comedy, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance|Tags: , , , , |8 Comments

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narcoleptic hooker book coverReviewed by Bethany Kelly

If I could use one word to describe Narcoleptic Hooker by Emma Janson, it would be ‘fun’. I had so much fun reading this novel that I would definitely read it again and I am excited for the second book in the series to come out.

The title of the novel pretty much gives away what it is about. Narcoleptic Hooker revolves around Penelope “Penny” Fortunata, a hooker with narcolepsy who has mob affiliations. The novel starts out in 2054 with a reporter trying to get Penelope to tell him how she eradicated crime in the city of Las Vegas. After asking the reporter to leave her home, she decides to recount her past and this is where most of the novel takes place.

The reader gets a look into the life of Penny and her roommate/best