Hi all, and happy Tuesday (meh...) Here is another edition of "Sam has obsession with books about books." Jenny Colgan started the Scottish Bookshop series with The Bookshop on the Corner, which was a delightful series about a young woman named Nina who drops her life in London after losing her job and goes to the … Continue reading Book Review: “The Bookshop on the Shore,” by Jenny Colgan
I received A Treacherous Curse from Penguin's First to Read program ages ago, and slacked on writing a review about it because so much went on and law school got horribly in the way. Suffice to say, I am obsessed with this series. Before I had this blog, I had the pleasure of reviewing the … Continue reading Deanna Raybourn’s “A Treacherous Curse” – lucky number 3.
Nora Roberts Land takes place in a little town called Dare, Colorado, where protagonist Meredith Hale's family has been running an internationally acclaimed newspaper for generations. The ink flows through her veins just as thickly as the rest, and hr pen hand itches. Meredith is a 30-something recent divorcee who returns home to her little … Continue reading Nora Roberts Land-for the love addicts