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I do not have time to read, but the books just keep getting stuck to my face. UF, HF, YA, fluffy romance, whatever. I love it all.


But I might judge you if you hand out five stars all willy nilly. 

Currently reading

The Untold
Courtney Collins

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I Would Recommend It

The Bronze Horseman
Tatiana and Alexander
The Light Bearer
Mark of the Lion Trilogy
Redeeming Love
The Hunger Games
The Winter Rose
Daughter Of The Forest
Rules of Civility
Just One Day
True Love Story
The Fault in Our Stars
How to Kill a Rock Star
The Shadow Reader
Unravel Me
Clockwork Princess

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Paint the Wind - Cathy Cash Spellman I guess I'm the only one who just didn't get what all the fuss was about. I bought and *tried* to read this book because of all the five-star reviews and I was sorely disappointed. I hung in there until about page 400 and then just started skimming to find out what happens in the end. I didn't care for the writing style. It was choppy and cursory in parts and I felt like she was just skimming over major opportunities to develop the characters and deepen the story. After 400 pages I honestly just didn't care who Fancy wound up with because she didn't mean anything to me at all. The characters were flat, except for Hart, and I couldn't figure out which direction the author wanted to take. It felt like she couldn't decide so she had the rich daughter of a plantation owner raised by a black man, they join the circus, she learns magic from a gypsy, gets two brothers to fall in love with her, becomes a famous actress in New York then opens a saloon back in Colorado, marries the wrong man, strikes it rich in a mine, is pursued/stalked by a jealous ex, struggles with the quandry of being a working mother.... this story was just all OVER the place. The only part that remotely moved me was in the middle of the book when a child died. Otherwise this book, for me, was a big waste of time. I don't understand where all the other reviews came from. Never in a million years would I group this in the same hemisphere as Gone with the Wind.