The whole 1-2-3 Draw series is a wonderful way to get children drawing. My Granddaughter loves horses and wanted to learn how to draw them. She loves using this book! When it arrived here for me to give to her, I tried drawing one of the horses using the easy instructions and was surprised at how nice my picture turned out. I can highly recommend this book to everyone.
Wonderful story, full of angst, that has a very happy ending. The writing is superb too, reminding one of something written by Sharon and Tom Curtis. Quite a compliment, I would say. Lots of detail allows the reader to participate fully in the story. Do not miss this one!
Excellent "Cinderella" story about the rich guy and the poor, hard-working girl that lived downstairs from his father. I had a hard time putting this book down and look forward to reading more stories about the O'Banyon brothers.
This book is just plain fun and as refreshing as a cold glass of sweet tea on a hot day. What an easy to read story, written in first person. We can see the southern US setting, meet the numerous chartacters, and their interactions within the plot through the heroine's eyes. I have thoroughly enjoyed meeting Deborah Knott and sharing the resolution of a good mystery with her. Now, I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series!
I was very disappointed in the first few pages of Catch A Mate, and will not be reading it.
Perhaps it is that my age is showing here, but the men I know are not pigs. And if you would need to use a service such as the one this book is about, YOU picked the wrong man to have a relationship with. It's been a long time since I've felt this way about a book. And with all the good books out there, I don't have time to spend on bad ones.
Wonderful romantic suspense novel about twin brothers. When one of the brothers is murdered, the other assumes his brother's identity to find the killer, and finds the love of his life. I loved it and plan on reading more of Ms. Sala's backlist.
While I enjoyed Daughter of Liberty, I think I could have liked it better if it had been written differently. I was not aware that the storyline was written from a very religious point of view and it was stressed in several parts of the book. Many times, it was when you least expected it.
The hero and heroine were interesting people but they could not honestly talk to each other, so there was a big misunderstanding that was the backbone of the story. I did enjoy the setting and the details of the beginnings of the Revolutionary War. The way the British soldiers sent over to quash the Patriots and their interaction with the citizens of the Boston area was quite well done too. The descriptions were accurate and it felt like you were there in person to see the action as it happened.
I'm glad I read it but I would recommend it with reservations to other readers.