Emily Wells

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  • The ABCs of Erotica - A is for Anal on Aug. 24, 2012

    This is an interesting idea for a series and so I was excited starting this series with this book. It was a short, sexy read about Grace’s first anal experience and at the end, it insinuates that she’s going to experience more new experiences in the future (hence, the rest of the series). This first book whet my taste for the series, and I can’t wait to see what Malia comes up with next.
  • The ABCs of Erotica - A is for Anal on Aug. 24, 2012

    This is an interesting idea for a series and so I was excited starting this series with this book. It was a short, sexy read about Grace’s first anal experience and at the end, it insinuates that she’s going to experience more new experiences in the future (hence, the rest of the series). This first book whet my taste for the series, and I can’t wait to see what Malia comes up with next.
  • County Tales on Aug. 09, 2013

    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* I wasn't sure how to rate this book. On one hand, I did enjoy it and its uniqueness. However, the language was weird, and at times the story was very confusing. The stories were short and jumped around, though sometimes characters would appear in multiple stories. The names were crazy, (OneofaKind, Twurzle, Chiselmewood, etc.) and the author included the phonetic pronunciations (yep, some of them you couldn't understand without the phonetics). The story jumped around, not only character-wise, but also time-wise. One story would be about a baby, and then a few stories later, the baby was all grown up. All that being said though, once you threw logic out the window and stopped thinking, this was a good book. It was nonsensical, whimsical, and entertaining. It was fun to read while sitting on the beach relaxing. Plus, I read it to several of my kids and they loved it. While adults may not like it much, I think this would be a good book for you and the kids to read together. So all in all, this is a good book if you can get over the weird language and names, the jumping stories, and just enjoy each story as a separate look into this interesting world. I would recommend this book.
  • Cows! on Aug. 11, 2013

    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* Wow. Now I don’t feel so bad for loving to eat beef. This book cracked me up. Now, out of all the animals you could have chosen to attempt to take over the world, cows would be my last choice. I usually see cows just hanging around, eating and not doing much. So when I read the blurb, I was a little skeptical. I didn’t think the author could pull it off. I was happily wrong. The book was well written and the story was cleverly executed. The characters were interesting and lifelike, the descriptions were vivid and detailed, and the story was a fun tale that my kids loved. I had to stop reading at times so we could quit laughing. All in all, this was a fun read that I greatly enjoyed. I would definitely recommend this book to others, especially for kids. The only warning I have is that this book may make you want to avoid drinking milk.