Burning Wild by Christine Feehan: I really thought this book was an easy read beginning to end. The lead was not really likable until about half way through but the other mains were fantastic. I left wanting to know more about Drake and Joshua! Author Website: http://www.christinefeehan.com/
I love Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. It is great to be introduced to the characters and how their friendships were formed. I have to say one of my favorite moments is learning how the 3 kids became friends because there are some things you just share that you cannot help but become friends and Downing Mountain Trolls are one of them. This is one of my favorite series to read and love my annual re-reading of them. If you are one of the few that have not read the books–you really should whether your young or young at heart!
This had quite a bit of useful information. Some it was meant for women between 20 to 30 and since I am a bit above that age group I just flipped past those parts. It was a good guide though that I still refer too occasionally.
I loved this book! It was moving, the characters were well thought out and presented, and the story flowed very well.
The Duchess by Amanda Foreman was a bit of a miss for me personally. As a huge history fan I was hoping I would like this book a lot more. It was not horrible but not a must-read