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  • The Shrew Untamed on July 19, 2011

    This book offers insight about love, marriage and friendship. I like the flow of the story I can vividly imagine all scenarios it's as if I'm watching a live performance. I also like Maria for the way she stood up for herself. I love and admire Kate she’s intellectual, knows how to shake things up and I agree with her three golden rules in which we could all learn from and apply as well(sorry no spoilers)I truly enjoyed this one and for sure you will too so grab a copy it's better to see/read it for yourself. All the characters are relatable, you can definitely feel their emotions, their catchy songs will get you singing, witty and very entertaining.
  • Fourteen Days Later on Sep. 12, 2011

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book it’s really great and hilarious I love Helen’s character she started to a very low point in her life until she took the fourteen days challenge that she never thought would be possible to makeover her whole situation and indeed a lot had happened that changed her in some ways it’s really funny to read the thoughts that goes inside her head,how she say and write things. I’m really happy that all went well I highly recommend it to everyone especially for couples in their tough times,to those finding a cure how to mend their hearts, when you’re feeling a bit down or whatever take a fourteen days challenge of your own,learn and feel the new you afterwards.
  • Between The Land And The Sea on Sep. 15, 2011

    I don’t read much stories about Mermaids but I like how Ms. Derrolyn Anderson put a very modern twist in a very old fairytale for me that felt a touch of the little mermaid in her novel series. To be honest I’m afraid of the ocean more likely I got pure high respect for it and of course sharks! The mere thought of it makes me scream! In the beginning of her storytelling made me more at ease upon thinking that somewhere out there in the vast wide blue ocean there’s a mermaid that’s always and will be looking out for us. This story’s about a girl named Marina I like her name though a bit cliché it goes well with the story, it’s very now..this is also where Marina will learn how to adjust with her environment, going to a real school and I’m so thrilled for her entering High school yey! Though I’m a bit sad that she was left behind by her father its still concerns about her safety and just being a normal teenager experiencing life,boys,fashion,exploring almost everything, making new friends and so on. There are tear jerking parts which I love especially at the end makes me all aww..yet puzzling for her story’s just beginning ^_^
  • The Moon And The Tide on Sep. 15, 2011

    4.5 stars.I’m glad that the second installment of Marina’s tale got a very beautiful continuation I love how the characters have grown and step up a notch unlike in book one they made more lasting impression, assortment of personalities that made more impact to the story. It’s now time to choose once more and I must admit it’s really quite hard but I’m very proud of Marina the road set for her is rather bumpy and tough but with it she learned a lot. I like how She and Ethan found love and comfort to each other way to go guys!
  • Stuck in Estrogen's Funhouse on Sep. 18, 2011

    I felt Marti’s frustration and stress it’s quite hard when your period’s all messed up and you don’t know what’s happening inside your body! I really do admire her loving relationship with Spencer her husband and bestest friend though there are a bit of troubled waters,bumpy roads that’s normal in a relationship in the end they came through it all. I like how this book tackles women related issues within and outside the relationship which is very relatable and into reality that everyone could learn from.It’s fun and a quick read I enjoyed it especially the cheesy scenes and the part where Marti pleaded in her very cute and adorable manner to Spencer in order to cook a dish that I've never heard of so funny!