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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Queen Elizabeth Pen By Mont Blanc

While I was in Texas we went to the Galleria mall. While window shopping my brother stopped and said look at this knowing my love for all things Tudors we took this photo of the pen that has been made in Honor of Queen ElizabethI. I was curious as the cost of the pen and went in and asked the price. 8,000 was too rich for my blood so I had to settle on a brochere about the pen to add to my Tudor collection. For more information you can click here

From the bookstore: Books Found on Vacation

During my vacation to Texas my brother and I stopped at his favorite used book store Half price Books . I was amazed at all the books this used book store had since i had been reading alot of historical romances i wanted to find some of the harder to find books that i havent been able to locate in the Barnes and Noble I frequently go to here in town. I left the book store with 16 books total good thing is they were havinga 20 percent off sale so damage was not as bad as it would have been had I had to pay full price. So here is the list since it will take up so much space with the photos of the covers ill list them by author.
Historical Romance:

Julia London:

Lauran Lee Guhrke:

Sabrina Jefferies:

Julie Beard:Romance of the Rose

Nicole Jordan: To Tame a Dangerous Lord

Contemporary romance

Donna Kauffman: The Black sheep and the Princess

The Black sheep and the English Rose

Philippa Gregory : Alice Hartley's Happiness

Historical Fiction:

Gail Godwin: Unfinshed Desires

The following books were given to me by my brother

Collette Gale: Master

Anne Beer: My Just Desire

Christopher Castellani:The Saint of lost Things

The Following books I picked up for a friend of mine

All by Mary Balogh

Slightly Married

Beyond The Sunrise

The ideal wife

Simply Perfect

Simply Love

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Then He Kissed Her by Laura Lee Guhrke

Emmaline Dove has been the perfect secretary for publisher Harrison Marlowe. Keeping the rakish viscount's professional and personal lives running smoothly is challenging, but Emma hopes that, some day, working for Harry will lead to getting her own book published. But so far Harry has rejected Emma's literary efforts, claiming "etiquette books don't sell." When Emma discovers Harrison didn't even bother reading her work, she snaps. Resigning her position, Emma sets out to find someone who will appreciate both her and her writing.
My Thoughts: Emma is a independent woman who follows all the rules and does the right thing. when she discovers that her boss doesn't respect she leaves his employment and takes another job and ends up writing her own column. Harry on the other hand falls in love with Emma and is determined to show her that even good girls who follow all the rules deserve to be bad once in awhile.

I really enjoyed Harry and Emma's story their story was one of the best romance's I have read in awhile.I loved how Harry actually "chased" Emma to the point where she could not refuse him any more.