Lil’ stories from the couple life: The Christmas Party

I was feeling pretty. New dress that swoshed when I moved from side to side. Lovely halterneck. Amazing burgundy which accentuates my raven black hair. I go to him after the party is over to just relish the feel of the clothes and makeup still spot-on after a night out. “I felt pretty tonight”, IContinue reading “Lil’ stories from the couple life: The Christmas Party”

Dean Koontz * The Taking Book Review

In one of the most dazzling books of his celebrated career, Dean Koontz delivers a masterwork of page-turning suspense that surpasses even his own inimitable reputation as a chronicler of our worst fears—and best dreams. In THE TAKING he tells the story of a community cut off from a world under siege, and the terrifyingContinue reading “Dean Koontz * The Taking Book Review”

The Last Time They Met: Anita Shreve

This is another crap book by Anita Shreve. Sorry for being so blunt about it but the writing was crappy, the plot line hard to follow and the ending was messy. “The weight of his losses finally too much to bear. But not before he has known the unforgiving light of the equator, a loveContinue reading “The Last Time They Met: Anita Shreve”

Tahereh Mafi * Ignite Me * Book 3

Ignite Me seemed to signal the end of the Shatter Me trilogy, following on the footsteps of Shatter me – Tahereh Mahi Book review and Unravel Me * Tahereh Mafi Book 2 from Shatter Me It is often difficult to follow up with a sequel that satisfies readers. It’s difficult to choose just one because it’s kind ofContinue reading “Tahereh Mafi * Ignite Me * Book 3”

Book Review – Forever (The Wolves of Mercy Falls #3) by Maggie Stiefvater

Forever: the final installment in the Wolves of Mercy Falls series and the final story of Grace and Sam. ‘And then I did laugh, even though the future was a dangerous place, because I loved her, and she loved me, and the world was beautiful.’ then. When Sam met Grace, he was a wolf andContinue reading “Book Review – Forever (The Wolves of Mercy Falls #3) by Maggie Stiefvater”

Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes

The obsessed guy from You – Caroline Kepnes Book Review is back! And he’s as psycho as ever! He’s insane and he’s happy about it. Caroline Kepnes delivers a more riveting, more chilling, more fascinating sophomore novel as our favorite sociopath Joe Goldberg takes on Hollywood… suspenseful, charming and unexpectedly poetic…With her singular style, endearing antihero andContinue reading “Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes”

It had to be you * Susan Elizabeth Philips

Phoebe is a sexy underestimated daughter of a football owner (Chicago Stars). When her father sudden dies she inherits his team. Unfortunately, her father’s “gift” wasn’t given out of kindness. Her father had always seen her as a failure and this opportunity to run the team was a test. She must win the championship orContinue reading “It had to be you * Susan Elizabeth Philips”

Robert Frost * Home Burial Poem

“Home Burial” is one of Robert Frost’s longest poems, and it can also be considered one of his most emotionally disturbing ones. “Home Burial,” published in 1914, tells the story of a married couple fighting after their baby has died. It’s written mostly in dialogue, so it sounds like real people talking. But this isContinue reading “Robert Frost * Home Burial Poem”

Nobody’s baby but mine * Susan Elizabeth Phillips

I have dived deep into the Chicago Stars series with Susan Elizabeth Phillips * Natural Born Charmer and now “Nobody’s baby but mine”. It’s the story of genius physics professor, Dr. Jane Darlington, who after reaching her 34th birthday decides to have a baby by any means. Afraid that going to a sperm bank will leaveContinue reading “Nobody’s baby but mine * Susan Elizabeth Phillips”

Rainer Maria Rilke Poem of the Day: You who never arrived

Du im Voraus verlorne Geliebte, Nimmergekommene, nicht weiß ich, welche Töne dir lieb sind. Nicht mehr versuch ich, dich, wenn das Kommende wogt, zu erkennen. Alle die großen Bildern in mir, im Fernen erfahrene Landschaft, Städte und Türme und Brücken und un- vermutete Wendung der Wege und das Gewaltige jener von Göttern einst durchwachsenen Länder:Continue reading “Rainer Maria Rilke Poem of the Day: You who never arrived”