To your left, that is my dear bunny Edgar. That year, that bunny attacked our Christmas tree like no one’s business. He chewed it, tried to dig under it (our tree skirt and carpet suffered so) and hid beneath it. He’s sadly no longer with us, but I’m sure that wherever he is, he wishes you a Happy Holidays. And here we are…. The last one.The good one.The best one. Thank you to all my readers all year round. Words cannot describe how thankful I am that you bother to come here, read my reviews and leave comments. Really. I’m very grateful and happily surprised I have you as followers.Thank you so much! And here is the last giveaway for the year.And probably my last post for the year as well. We’ll see. Depends on how much eggnog I drink…. You can win:A book from the book depository! (up to $20) This is open to International readers! Fill out the rafflecopter form below.This ends on December 25th so hurry up! What are you waiting for?? Thank you so much for stopping by to read my little blog and good luck!Happy Holidays! Have a safe and wonderful holiday! a Rafflecopter...Read More
Hello!The last week of work is over and I’m very excited about winter break starting! I look forward to hot chocolate and lots and lots of reading.To celebrate the holiday season, and a full week off work!!, this is an extra special giveaway for all of my YA readers out there. EXTRA SPECIAL.For real. Are you ready?? Through the last year or two, I’ve been collecting bookmarks. SIGNED bookmarks.Here are some from my collection I want to share with you! They are: Jennifer EcholsMarta AcostaCynthia HandLeigh BardugoEmmy LaybourneJenn ReeseNova Ren SumaKiki HamiltonMegan MirandaandMarissa Meyer ONE LUCKY WINNER will win all of these signed bookmarks.Fill out the rafflecopter form below.Good luck! And there’s one more giveaway to go! And I promise it will be a good one! Happy Reading!a Rafflecopter...Read More
Title: The Marriage Mistake Author: Jennifer Probst Publisher: Simon & Schuster Publication Date: October 2012 Genre: Adult Fiction Series or Stand Alone: Series, Book Three Synopsis can be found here.NetGalley review. Review: Carina has had a crush on her brother’s best friend Max for as long as she could remember. But after having her heart broken too many times, she realizes she can’t wait around for Max forever. When she moves to NY to work at her family’s business, she’s dismayed to find she’s to shadow Max. But this isn’t the little girl he remembers, and Carina and Max soon can’t deny their attraction to each other. One thing leads to another and before they know it, Max and Carina are forced into a marriage that neither are ready for. Or are they? What a fun romance!I haven’t read the other Probst stories in this series and I’m happy to say that as a new reader, you don’t have to. Jump right in and begin! Carina is a firecracker. I liked her personality, her self assurance and her vulnerable side. I was less impressed by Max. He’s gorgeous, of course, and emotionally unavailable. But Max lacked the mystery, the depth that some other leading men have and while the scenes were hot and heavy, I wasn’t sold on Max. Also, I thought it was funny that the book is...Read More
Happy Holidays and welcome to another small little giveaway by The Windy Pages. Hope you guys are having a wonderful holiday season! Is your holiday in full swing already? Are you gearing up towards Christmas? Traveling somewhere cold or exotic? Everyone is so busy during the holidays.A special thank YOU for stopping by my little blog and saying hi! Today’s giveaway comes courtesy of my friends T and K. They generously donated a copy of… “Something Borrowed” by Emily GiffinSynopsis can be found here. This is a mass market paperback movie-tie in. Fill out the rafflecopter below and good luck!a Rafflecopter...Read More
Title: Ironskin Author: Tina Connolly Publisher: Tor Books Publication Date: October 2012 Genre: Adult Fantasy/Romance Series or Stand Alone: Series, Book One Synopsis can be found here.NetGalley review. Review: A new re-telling of Jane Eyre complete with fairies, evil and a possessed child. Jane Eliot, after losing her teaching position, takes a job at a country estate house as a governess. There, she is to help Dorie, the young child who displays certain fae talents and the only child of a widower, Edward Rochart.Jane herself is scarred, after trying to save her brother from a fatal blast, and the only thing that keeps her rage in check is the cool iron mask she hides behind. But as time goes on, Jane suspects there is more than Mr. Rochart is telling her, and while Dorie’s behavior grows more and more troublesome, something lurking in the woods behind the estate. Something that is dark, strong, and coming. I really loved the idea of this re-telling. Adding mysterious fairy elements, new steampunk ideas and contraptions, and an overwhelming sense of darkness, Ironskin could have been just the right thing to warm me on a cold week in NYC. Alas, it was not meant to be. True, there are some wonderful things about this book. The writing is well done, lending a slow and deep unsettling feeling as I turned the pages. Dorie...Read More
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