Friday, September 12, 2014

Curling up with a good book always makes for a great weekend.

A Perfect Life: A Novel by Danielle Steel

It's a perfect life, if you disregard the loneliness of coming home to an empty apartment and limiting love to dinner dates with billionaire Saudi oil executives. It's a perfect life until Salima's caregiver dies, the Caldwell school is shut down under quarantine, and Salima is sent home with Simon, her gorgeous, new, very male caregiver. … But could he possibly want an older woman who may not be able to give him the family he wants? The novel's predictability will likely delight Steel's die-hard fans, but it won't win any new ones.









Act of War: A Thriller by Brad Thor


With Act of War, Brad Thor has taken over the throne left vacant by Tom Clancy as the undisputed king of the military thriller. For military hardware geeks, Act of War delivers an entirely new level of bliss, with descriptions of technology and their uses that thunder off the page. Strap in for a fun-filled ride.










Diary of a Mad Diva by Joan Rivers


“An entertaining rant…The only thing missing is the sound of a drumroll and cymbals to feel as though one is sitting in a nightclub watching a live comedy marathon…A raucous, biting look at life.”

- Kirkus Reviews






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