The Heir Affair by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan Takes Its Place on the Throne

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve recommended The Royal We to my fellow bibliophiles. It is without question one of my all-time favorite books, and for the past five years I have ached for a follow up about Prince Nicholas of Wales and his American bride, Rebecca “Bex” Porter. In a year … More The Heir Affair by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan Takes Its Place on the Throne

Slightly South of Simple by Kristy Woodson Harvey: A Simply Fabulous Read

I took a glorious trip last week. It was warm and beachy, and the town was so quaint and Southern that I couldn’t bear to leave. And the people! I just ate up every little thing they did and said and I know I’ll never forget them. Best of all? This trip cost about $16.00 … More Slightly South of Simple by Kristy Woodson Harvey: A Simply Fabulous Read

Cocoa Beach–And Why I’m a MAJOR Beatriz Williams Fangirl

I fangirl over a lot of things. Sprinkles Cupcakes, for instance. Jamie Fraser in a kilt. The four sacred Hollywood Chrises. My beagle on a random Monday afternoon when he gives me this look and makes me putty in his paws. Bottom line, when I love something, I go all in, and if you’ve been … More Cocoa Beach–And Why I’m a MAJOR Beatriz Williams Fangirl

Robin Antalek’s “The Grown Ups” (and why grown ups of all ages must read it)

A sure sign of a great book is when I have a hard time remembering that the characters are fictional, when I find myself thinking about them and wondering about their well-being, long after I’ve finished the final chapter. Robin Antalek’s The Grown Ups is just that kind of book. The Grown Ups spans more … More Robin Antalek’s “The Grown Ups” (and why grown ups of all ages must read it)