Book Review: Sugar: A Novel

In this contemporary romance, we follow the exciting life of neurotic chef Charlie Garrett. Stuck in the same job for the last several years with a cruel boss and empty promises of greatness, Charlie lucks out on a job offer from her ex-boyfriend, Avery. Little does she know, after moving cross-country from New York to Seattle, that this normal job as a chef at a high-end restaurant is also a TV gig. Is she able to juggle her newfound romance with Kai--a cook at a lovely local diner--with her chef duties and TV stardom? Or will it all unravel in her hands?

Update!

Since I've been slightly MIA with writing book reviews, I just wanted to clue you all in on what's going on with me! So, this past week, I have been taking a bit of a much-needed hiatus. What with the end of the school year coming along, both of my jobs AND my own graduate schoolwork have been steadily increasing in stress and effort/time needed. As such, I have simply been reading, and pushing my blog to the back-burner to keep my sanity! BUT here's the bright side: I have finished 4 books and am working on a fifth one now!

Book Review: Legion of Mono

In this short fantasy story, Mono must leave his husband and daughter in their home of Lethotar, while he--the last commanding officer alive of their army--must lead the final battle against the Holy Empire. If Mono's force falls, all of Lethotar and its people will be subjected to the mercy (or lack thereof) of the paleskins of the Holy Empire. They have already shown their true colors by breaking the treaty forged in good faith between the two nations... Will the Lord of Light's, Lethotar's people manage to hold off the overwhelming force advancing towards them? Or will the paleskin's tyrannical religion sweep them away?

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