Ladybugs and Fireflies by Cheryl Alldredge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Feisty fraud investigator Callie Roberts isn’t looking for a knight in shining armor to rescue her. The last thing she needs is to be distracted by a man, especially when he’s the powerful New York attorney in town to represent the man her dream client has hired her to investigate. With a past full of heartache, will Callie ever allow herself to believe happily-ever-after really can come true?
I loved Taylor and Callie! And the ending was so cool! I didn’t see that coming. 🙂 There were a few minor typos and Taylor said a couple of things that I thought were a little un-alpha male, but none of that detracted from this great read. Once I started this short novel, I couldn’t put it down. The author did a superb job of describing the town and people, creating a perfect movie in my mind. I’d definitely recommend Ladybugs and Fireflies to others.
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I read Midnight Rose by Shelby Reed and LOVED it! I’d definitely give this romance a 5-star review and recommend it to everyone!
I was looking forward to sinking into another amazing story by a fellow FCRW chaptermate, but alas, the Beacon Unpublished judging has begun. Continue reading
On the off-chance the world as we know it comes to an end at 6p.m. this evening, I just want to thank you, Miss Mary Jo, for writing a story that was one of the best reads of my life. I finished Silk and Secrets yesterday and can’t quit thinking about the characters. I was really looking forward to starting Silk and Shadows, but I fear I won’t have time to read the whole thing before the apocalypse deadline. However, I’m starting it and will read until whichever end comes first. 😉
I love how Evangeline Collins writes! I think I picked up this book at the 2010 RWA National Conference, but I’m not sure. I brought home at least two dozen books and accumulate hords of romance novels from friends, book stores, and library sales so it’s really hard to say exactly from whence it came. Maybe it was hidden in the depths of my goody bag from the Southern Lights Conference. However it arrived in my house, I’m thrilled to have lifted it from one of my TBR stacks. Continue reading
What Happens in London, by Julia Quinn is excellent! I’m half-way through and find it extremely difficult to put down. If you don’t have a copy, run–don’t walk–to your nearest bookstore and buy it. It’s well-worth whatever it costs! If you happen to know me, I’ll lend you my copy. 🙂
(And if you don’t agree that it’s an awesome story, I’m sticking my fingers in my ears so I can’t hear you (or covering my eyes so I can’t read your bad review)!) 😛