If you like nationally ranked swimmers who constantly remind you that they’re nationally ranked swimmers and who fall in love with complete strangers for no apparent reason, then you might enjoy Seth Fishman’s The Well’s End. Mandy C. did not.
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Next stop on the Smutty February tour: historical romance.
Mandy W. watched Vampire Academy and (barely) lived to tell about it.
Baby, it's cold outside, but it's HOT IN HERRE: FYA is venturing into the world of grownup romance all month long.
How could a book about the impending apocalypse possibly be boring? Let Mandy W. count the ways.
A review of Relativity by Cristin Bishara, in which Mandy W. goes on a long science rant.
Mandy C.’s never read any other Philippa Gregory books, but if they’re all as boring as Changeling, she won’t be rushing to add them to her to-read pile.
Alix reads Darcy's Vampire Desire by Regina Jeffers, and it goes exactly as well as you would expect.
Mandy W. has no desire to run away with The Rules for Disappearing by Ashley Elston. (Running away from, yes.)
Alix reviews Earth Girl by Janet Edwards, and she definitely should have judged this book by its cover.