Category Archives: 6/5 Stars

Water for Elephants – Sara Gruen

Historical, Romance
Target
Paperback
$14.95 with 20% off
331 Pages
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Released: April 2007


6/5 Stars

“And you want to know what Uncle Al did when the hippo died? He swapped out her water for formaldehyde and kept on showing her.  For two weeks we traveled with a pickled hippo.”

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All Together Dead – Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse #7)

Fantasy, Mystery, Romance
Target
Paperback
$5.99
336 pages
Ace Books
Released: May 2007
Sookie Stackhouse Series #7


6/5 Stars

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Dead to the World – Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse #4)

Fantasy, Mystery, Romance
Target
Paperback
$5.99
291 pages
Ace Books
Released: May 2004
Sookie Stackhouse Series #4


6/5 Stars

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Managing Generation Y – Dr. Carolyn Martin & Bruce Tulgan

Business
Borrowed from Boss’ Bookshelf
Paperback
$11.54 (amazon)
102 pages
HRD Press
Released: January 2001
(Read for company book reports that are occuring Monthly)


(6/5 Stars)

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Shadowfever – Karen Marie Moning (Fever Series #5)

Urban Fantasy
Target
Hard Back
$18.00
595 Pages
Delacorte Press
January 18, 2011


6/5 Stars

Favorite Quotes: “Thank you,” I said softly.  He was always protecting me and mine. God, I sucked.

“Never.  I’m the one who will always watch over you.  Always be there to fuck you back to your senses when you need it, the one who will never let you die.” Continue to Book Review

The Perfect Scandal – Delilah Marvelle

Historical Romance
netGalley
PDF
$7.99 (paperback)
379 Pages
HQN Books
March 1, 2011

6/5 Stars

Favorite Quote: “She finally felt like she was Catherine la Grande about to be reunited with the greatest lover known to all of humanity.  All while trying to finish chewing on a stupid marmalade tart.” Continue to Book Review

A Dog Named Slugger – Leigh Brill

Memoir
Source: netGalley
Free through Kindle, Paperback $14.38
248 Pages
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books
April 2, 2010
*Disclaimer: Tissues Needed!*


6/5 Stars

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