Tag Archives: romance

Me Before You

Book vs. Movie    I was excited when I found out they were doing a movie of this book.  I somehow knew it would be a gem because it was filmed in the UK and featured British actors.  I was … Continue reading

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A Girl Walks Into a Bar: Your Fantasy, Your Rules

A Five Star Pick I always used to love reading those stories in the youth section of my library, which featured adventures where YOU would be the one to determine what happens next.  I hadn’t picked up a book like that … Continue reading

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The Fault in Our Stars

Book vs. Movie      Tears, tears and more tears.  If you want a good cry, just open the book or go see the movie.  The film emulated the novel almost to a “T”.  Basically everything was shown in the big … Continue reading

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A Civil Campaign

Movel of the Month Hold on … I know what you might be thinking—this has romance in it???  By no means did I select this because we are close to Valentine’s.  Let me enlighten you for one moment: it has … Continue reading

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The Crimson Petal and the White

A Five Star Pick I finally get to talk about this fabulous book!  It is as thick as a brick, but don’t let the size intimidate you.  This is one of my favorite historical novels of all time.  If you enjoy … Continue reading

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Sookie Stackhouse novels & A Discovery of Witches

Book Pairing        I think this pairing is fitting for the month of October.  I am a fan of the Sookie Stackhouse novels, which have helped to create the script for the HBO hit series True Blood.  I … Continue reading

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The Gargoyle & Waiting for Columbus

Book Pairing    I can’t say that there is a huge spool between these two titles, but there are definitely a few threads.  When Davidson’s novel came out, it created quite a small fan base—especially here at the library.  It … Continue reading

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