Last weeks novel was A Bollywood Affair by Sonali Dev.
I haven’t reviewed a romance novel here before. I tend to shy away from them, since they can so frequently be glaringly formulaic and convoluted. I picked this up on a quick run through the library, pulled by the lovely cover. I didn’t realize from my quick peek at the blurb that it was a romance novel, but I don’t regret picking it up.
Mili married Virat when she was only 4 years old. 20 years later, she’s studying in American, trying to become the ideal wife so he’ll come for her. But Virat Continue reading
I’m so excited to bring you an all new recipe this week! I’ve had cheesesteaks on my mind for months now, and finally I just decided I’d make my own. But then I was thinking about my love of buffalo chicken, and decided I had to combine the two! Continue reading
I jerked awake at 4 am this morning, heart pounding, I forgot to post Novel Monday! I was so busy working on a new recipe and this giveaway, I completely forgot to finish it.
So, a day late I’m here. Last weeks novel was Blood on Snow: A Novel by Jo Nesbø.
Olav, a successful “fixer” for Oslo’s greatest crime boss, knows his life is going to hell when his new job is to fix his boss’s wife. Continue reading
The other week I posted a recipe where I used zoodles, and talked about how much I enjoyed my new SpiraLife Vegetable Spiralizer by Lifestyle Dynamics. I love its compact design and ease of use. I love the zoodles it makes, and I love that I can get the hubs to make them for me. Well, I loved it so much, I contacted Lifestyle Dynamics, and the wonderful people there have offered me a free product code for 5 of their products to pass on to you guys! More on that in a bit, but let’s get to these fast, easy recipes first. Continue reading
Last weeks novel was The Summer We Read Gatsby: A Novel by Danielle Ganek
After Cassie’s Aunt Lydia passes away, she has to move to her South Hampton home, and, with her half-sister Peckland, decide what to do with the house and contents. Continue reading
Last week I mentioned I was going to tell you about how I save time in the kitchen. I’ve since been told this doesn’t save time necessarily, but headache for sure. For the cost of an hour or two Saturday or Sunday, I can get dinners out at least twice as fast during the week. And the absolute best part for me? No excuses at dinner time. Continue reading
Last weeks novel was Little Pretty Things By Lori Rader-Day.
Juliet Townsend has always come in second place. In high school, she lost every track meet to her best friend Madeleine Bell, and 10 years later she’s still running behind. Working a dead-end job in a motel that caters to the cheap or the desperate, she’s spinning her wheels in her home town. Then Madeleine breezes back into town, back into her life, reminding Juliet of everything she doesn’t have. But the next morning, she finds Madeleine dead Continue reading