Hello, lovely ladies 🙂
Happy, happy Mother’s Day!
And just for this auspicious occasion, I thought I’d get you a handy home appliance…
Cottoning on to the conversation we’ve started last week about new scenes being included in the movie, here are some pics of Christian going down in Charlie Tango. Seems we won’t just be hearing about it from Ana’s panic, but rather, we’ll see him and Ros in all the scary action. Thank you, Susan for the links!
What’s Filming has more behind-the-scenes information and pictures of the Charlie Tango set.
As we’re knee-deep in sharing the pleasure books bring us, I would like to pass on this gem from Sharon:
Such truth. Love it! 😉
This week I read:
Ladies Man by Katy Evans, book three in the Manwhore series, was great. With this book Katy reconnects with what I believe she does best: the burning yearning build-up between two skittish would-be lovers. SPOILER ALERT: there are very few writers in our genre that can get away with holding off on the hot lovin’ until the bitter end of a book but still keep you enthralled. Interesting technique to keep you wanting more… 😉
Throb by Vi Keeland, book one of the Life on Stage series, was another awesome read. I loved the premise. And I always adore a story of a man who knows EXACTLY what he wants! *wink, wink*
Currently I’m reading:
Deception by Aleatha Romig, book three in the Infidelity series.
Calico by Callie Hart and the highly recommended Mr. Perfect by J. A. Huss.
Also, I’ve started a slow reread of Mr. Ward, Lord of the Manor again. I LOVED Jesse the first time around, and this time seems no different, but I’m noticing one helluva update. As was the case with the recent Crossfire series, the intimate language is softer and further, I noticed that she’s removed A LOT of the (British) Englishisms, some of which were a little off-putting in the original text mainly because they were heavily overused. I like the changes, but would love to hear from someone who’s read it recently and can compare notes with me. If you’ve not had the pleasure, check out Jodi Ellen Malpas’s Beneath This Man series
I saw this little joke. It made me laugh. Men, huh? Oblivious! LOL!
I wish you a beautiful day, and if you are lucky enough to be a mommy, I hope you get spoiled and take a moment to remember what a blessing it is to carry the honored title of mom. One last time:
Happy Mother’s Day!