May Contain Spoilers
Magnolia is a hard book to rate. For the most part, I really enjoyed this Shakespeare inspired YA romance. It’s Romeo and Juliet in reverse. Jemma and Ryder have been at odds ever since the 8th grade, when a misunderstanding drives them apart. Too bad their families keep pushing them together! Nothing would make their parents more happy than if they became a couple, and their mothers have been doing everything in their power to make that happen. From the time they were babies, they have shared cribs, vacations, and countless meals, but Jemma’s had enough. While once Ryder lit up her world, his cruel words have driven them apart, and Jemma can’t wait to get away from tiny Magnolia Branch so she doesn’t have to deal with him anymore. Read more
I’m excited to be part of Shana Galen’s pre-pub tour for Love and Let Spy. I have an exclusive excerpt from the book, as well as two giveaways for you to enter. Check out the other excerpts by following the entire tour! Read more
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Andrew! Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Andrew Clifton] Good afternoon. I am Lord Amberstall, gentleman of the ton, horse breeder, and…out of words? Surely not. Well, I wouldn’t want to bend the rules of this fine establishment. It seems a nice place, although I believe the horse portrayed on that “button” just there should be seen to—she appears quite ill. As for describing myself I suppose I’ve done an adequate job of it. Lady Katie Moore called me, “Fastidious with old-maid tendencies,” only yesterday. I recall her words quite clearly, but you shouldn’t listen to a lady who wears breaches to tea with a duchess when discussing such a subject. She most likely thinks the same of the grooms in the stables who choose to wash before their dinner.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you share a typical day in your life? Read more