Dawn of the Dreadfuls–Steve Hockensmith
Although it is a day for love, it has come to my attention that some people are a little bitter and not in the mood for love. Most find today a little ridiculous and over publicized. Well, whatever, love is love, let other people be extra dorky today.
So, for those of you who aren’t into the idea of spreading around any sort of extra cheer or happiness, then take a look at this book today. It’s definitely not a love story, at least so far, I’m only halfway through it.
This book is a prequel to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It tells of how the Bennett sisters become warriors and it’s pretty kick ass so far.
Laugh throughout the book and laugh throughout the day. It’ll be over in 11 hours and people will be back to their annoying d. bag selves again.
Hollander (Holly) Latham convinces her parents to buy her a summerhouse that she spent an “amazing” summer with the would-be love of her life.
Somehow things get a little topsy-turvy when Holly (who has a thing for old houses) falls through flooring of an old house and into what she thinks is a pit of snakes.
Here Nick Taggert enters, after a bad break up this hunk of a man (who is a bit player in some of her other novels as the cousin of Adam Montgomery: Forever, Forever and Always, and Always) who finds her after meeting her briefly in a grocery store.
And yes, he finds her pretty much nude as she was trying to use her clothing as rope to get out of there, haha.
I’ll tell you now, this book is diiiiiirty. One of the dirtiest ones of Judes I’ve ever read. These two are boning everywhere! But none-the-less pretty funny. (And it doesn’t get graphic or creepy) It’s kind of a Christmas book, but I like it anyway, lol.
Getting over a death is hard to do, even just dealing with your emotions with it is hard, but what happens when there are extreme circumstances and you are forced to solve a mystery before you can deal with the death of your husband?
Lillian Manville is about to find out. After a plane crash where her husband Jimmie dies, Lillian loses millions to her in-laws and finds herself out of house and home and into a run down farm house.
She must solve the mystery of her husbands past in order to find out why his brother and sister should be kicked to the curb instead of her.
Along the way she hires a sexy contractor who ends up boarding with her. … … … I love him. Hahaha, read this book, it’s good for some love, laughter and drama. Without being cheesy.
Happy Valentines day all! 😀 I may not be attached to anyone right now, but knowing there is a little extra love in the world today makes me feel good and wanting to spread some more around!
This week is all about the love people. You’ll get to have a look at my favourite romance novels and just all around love stories from non-romance writers too.
Past posts have been about books like P.S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern and Days of Gold by Jude Deveraux, you should definitely check these out as the first books on your “Love List”. I cannot get enough of these two writers and I just purchased about six more Jude Deveraux books and have probably five more on my shelf to read already. (Seriously, it’s a sickness.)
If you are not into Valentines Day though I will let you in on some books that have nothing to do with couples and candy and cupids though. No worries, I’ve got your back.
I’ll even add a couple of posts about movies you should be watching if you are serious about your anti-Valentines day deal. (Action movies are a must.)
Either way, spread some love and laughter and have a good week! ❤