Hugh Jackman has done it again…
It was only a few months ago that I watched Les Misérables for the first time (I know, very late to the party), I was blown away by Jackman, and I was delighted to see him singing in a musical again which has been directed by Michael Gracey. Continue reading “The Greatest Showman – Review”
I briefly spoke about my Christmas traditions in my Christmas tag blog, but I thought as it’s closer to Christmas now, I would share with you fully what my Christmas traditions are.
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Katie Ray was about to marry a man she didn’t love – and who didn’t love her. Even losing her $8,000 engagement ring wasn’t enough of a sign to call things off. What did it take? Being locked in the closet with a sexy PI, and being witness to murder.
Carl Hades hardly wanted to be shackled with another man’s soon-to-be wife, especially when the gorgeous redhead stirred emotions he’d avoided for years. He’d been hired by an elite Houston wedding planner investigate some missing brides. When those brides turned up dead, Carl saw where the whole situation was headed: just like Katie’s wedding ring and her ceremony, right down the toilet. Because, while Katie was suddenly and delightfully available, he had a feeling se was next in line to die. And before he could ask her to say “I do,” he had to know who would say “I did it.”
Continue reading “Book Review – Weddings Can Be Murder – Christie Craig”
Rosie and Alex are destined for each other, and everyone seems to know it but them. Best friends since childhood, they are separated as teenagers when Alex and his family relocate from Dublin to Boston. Like two ships always passing in the night, Rosie and Alex stay friends, and though years pass, the two remain firmly attached via e-mails and letters. Heartbroken, they learn to live without each other. But destiny is a funny thing, and in this novel of several missed opportunities, Rosie and Alex learn that fate isn’t done with them quite yet. Continue reading “Book Review – Where Rainbows End (Love, Rosie) – Cecelia Ahern”