The House in the Cerulean Sea piqued my interest the moment I saw its cover and blurb. I did not even notice that it is LGBT-themed. I was expecting that it is in some ways like Harry Potter. I was wrong but I did not regret reading this book. In fact, I enjoyed it and it brought a smile to my face in several instances. The story is heartwarming and it is suited for all ages. The characters are charming and loveable. I love all the characters but my favorite is Sal because he is a writer. It is an engaging story and reading it is like receiving a gift on a holiday. There are so many happy feels in it. With all these points in mind, I’m giving this book my 5-star rating.
Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski is a collection of short stories about the adventures of Geralt of Rivia that set some background for The Witcher series. This post is part 1 of my summary including the main characters in the first 3 short stories in the book including “The Bounds of Reason (Granica możliwości),” “A Shard of Ice (Okruch lodu)” and “Eternal Flame (Wieczny ogień).”
The Most Memorable Mothers from My Book Favorites
May is the month when we celebrate Mother’s Day. So, before this month ends, I would like to remember the most memorable mothers I met in my book favorites. Motherhood is not an easy task and I’ve been doing it myself for several years now. Mothers may have different qualities and values. Some are amazing while others became the center of controversy. But, one thing is true about mothers even in stories, either they leave a great impact on their children’s lives or they always endure like any warrior on that field.
This is the story of Stella and Beck. Beck was trying to get a property that meant a lot to him. He may be wealthy but he just can’t get a connection to the current owner of the property. Then came a wedding event that is to be set in Scotland. The property owner will be there and he badly needs an invitation to be able to attend the said wedding. So, he looked for single ladies who were invited to the wedding and offered himself as a date or rather a deal that they can’t resist.
The lucky girl was Stella. Although Stella did not realize it yet at first because the couples who were about to get married in Scotland are her ex-boyfriend for 7 years and her best friend. To make matter worse Stella only learned about the wedding from the invitation that was given to her.
What I like about Stella is despite her forbearing and gullible personality at first, she knows how to love unconditionally.
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The Earth’s Angels Trilogy by Beth Worsdell complete book review.
Earth’s Angels by Beth Worsdell, A Review
The story started when the Earth was dying as a result of human abuse. The aliens came to save the Earth. They are called Angels because of their appearance and grace. They possess special powers and they do have wings. The Angels have been here the second time around.
Book Review: The Marilians
This is book 2 of Beth Worsdell’s The Earth’s Angels Trilogy series, adult version. I posted a review of book 1 here on my blog before and it can be found through this link. This book starts as humans and alien angels are preparing for the invasion and attack by the Marilians.
Destination Unknown is the final installment of Earth’s Angels Trilogy by Beth Worsdell. The series recounts the Earth dying from human abuse and the arrival of Angels from other planets just in time to save the remaining survivors.
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Books that you will surely not regret reading. Each of these unique love stories will take you to an emotional ride and lead you to a fulfilling ending where love and romance are never scarce.
Quotes that Matter
Quotes that matter from my book reads.