Alright, I will just jump right into this and continue where we left off in By Request (Part 1).
I really enjoyed this book. It was romantic, but also had it's tear-jerker moments. I would recommend this book to anyone that's ever been in love, lost a love, or had their heart broken.
Queen of Babble - Meg Cabot
So, Meg Cabot is a YA author, and I love her! I can completely relate to the main character, Lizzie, in that I never know when to keep my mouth shut!! As soon as I started reading this, I was hooked. I would recommend this to anyone that love chick-lit, or YA books.
Queen of Babble in the Big City - Meg Cabot
See previous review. Same recommendation, same stars.
Duma Key - Stephen King
Um, hmmm...Where to start with this. This was my first Stephen King book, and I was extremely disappointed. I thought that Stephen King was the best at suspense novels. After all, the movies that are made about his books are FREAKY! Well, Duma Key is not scary, thrilling or in anyway suspenseful. I thought it was long, boring, and at times completely irrational. It isn't very often that I find a book that I just can't stand, but this was one of them. I did make myself finish the book (partly out of my OCD, but also because I kept hoping that it would get better). It is unfortunate, because I know there are a lot of die hard Stephen King fans out there, and I might have just picked up the wrong book to be the first one to read, but I don't see myself running out to get any other books by him anytime soon.
Sam's Letters to Jennifer - James Patterson
TEAR JERKER. I don't think I stopped crying at all during this book, and afterwards I ran to my boyfriend and held him crying about how much he means to me. I know he thought I was crazy, but wow -- this book is FANTASTIC. Again, it is surprising, because Patterson is known for his murder mysteries, but WOW! If you don't love sappy sappy sappy books, don't even pick it up.
The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner - Stephenie Meyer
I hopped onto the Twilight bandwagon a little late, but I did enjoy reading all of them. When I found out that there was a novella coming out, I got real excited and ran to the store to get it.
I was totally caught off guard with this though. Honestly, when I first picked it up I was like "who the heck is Bree Tanner"? I couldn't for the life of me remember, and looking back (now that I've realized who she was) she didn't play a huge role in the Twilight series...
I was not impressed with this at all...not nearly as much as I was with Twilight. I feel like this was an afterthought and just a shot at making a little extra money -- Come on Steph, didn't you make enough from the Twilight series...let it go...
Smitten - Janet Evanovich
I'm sure you are tired of hearing the same thing over and over again. If you liked any of the reviews from previous Janet Evanovich books I've read, then read this one too -- it's cute, funny and an easy read.
- Michael Connelly Bones
Great read! I highly recommend this to all of my murder mystery lovers out there. I was so creeped out by this book - no kidding - the suspense, everything!
I've read just a handful of Michael Connelly's books, and I haven't had a bad thing to say about any of them. The main character, Harry, is super likeable, and I think that is what keeps me coming back for more!
Today has been kind of hectic, and this is all I can get through right now -- bear with me, I will update again tomorrow and hopefully be done with the reviews so you can be caught up to where I am.