Wednesday, November 30, 2016

One Snowy Night by Jill Shalvis

One Snowy Night
by Jill Shalvis

Oh gosh golly gee, its that time of year
again!! Reading Christmas stories. Though
I do it through the rest of the year as well.
Jill Shalvis is a very popular contemporary
romance writer. Because she is terrific.
Her stories always have at least a bit of
comedy. Regular people are reading these
stories after all. We all put off getting
the battery in the car changed. We all make
mistakes and wind up in odd situations.
And we all love reading about people that
do the same silly things we all do.
Then fall in head over heels in love.
'He hadn't so much as blinked as she basically
yelled at him but she thought maybe
there was a the slightest softening in his hard
eyes. "Okay," he said.
"Okay." She let out a breath and nodded. "Good."
"You ready to go inside now or do you need 
to yell at me some more?" he asked.
She choked out a laugh and 
got out of the truck.'
Max and Rory have known each other forever.
Only misunderstandings got in the way.
Now that they find themselves in a car
traveling through a terrible snow storm, can
they sort it all out? Can they leave the past
in the past and grab hold of each other?
Can they sort out the hurt and

One Snowy Night is a fun romantic story.
It can remind us how easy it is to let the
wrong things matter. We all can sometimes
make things worse in our memory than they
really were.  Forgiveness and the
benefit of doubt can sooth so many hurts.
I bought my copy from Amazon.
Review by Lisa Hutson 

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Trolls - Movie Review

Movie Review

I take my granddaughter to the movies like this
these days. For this movie, I wound up with two of
her girlfriends and one other mom. I always enjoy
the kids. But not always the movies.

The Trolls people were very smart. While it's a sappy
sweet silly story, they were brilliant enough to use
music (lots of music) that will appeal to the adults.
Kids are easy when it comes to music. So they love
it too. And the Justin Timberlake song is a raging
hit with every age group! As soon as it started
playing, all the kids in the joint started bopping
in their seats!! I gotta say, it made me a fan
listening to kids singing a song with no curse
words in it!! No adult type content. 
Looking for some fun family time?
You wont do any better than going
to see Trolls. You will thank me!
Review by Lisa Hutson