Happy Ending? I Hope So… I loved the romance and humor in this. First of all the two leads were in each others company almost non-stop throughout the movie which led to lots of interaction and realistic relationship building. I loved their chemistry. They had two very distinct and quirky personalities which at the same … Continue reading Dashing Home for Christmas
by Sonali Dev HRH’s take on it was this advice to his children: “This is our home. This country is yours. Take everything you need. Give everything you have. From the beginning of time, humans have migrated. We’ve claimed land and let it claim us. Don’t ever fulfill anybody else’s definition of your relationship with … Continue reading Pride, Prejudice and Other Flavors
by Sonali Dev The concept of this story was unusual and intriguing. Mili was married in India at 4 years old. She hasn’t seen her husband since he lives in America. Now grown, Mili wins a fellowship to study in Michigan and is looking forward to reuniting with her husband. Meanwhile, thinking the marriage had … Continue reading A Bollywood Affair
Bethany Bottles Charm This is another take on You got Mail, which was a new take on In the Good Old Summertime, which was a new take on The Shop Around the Corner. That’s OK because it is a sure-fire and enjoyable trope for a romantic comedy. Closed off Abbey is disappointed in love again, … Continue reading Bottled With Love
by Karen Hawkins “Financial standing, a social position beyond what she has now, and a husband to dote upon her every wish. What more could she ask for?” “Maybe youth. Vigor. Teeth.” “Lord Cameron has his own teeth.” Margaret narrowed her eyes at the other candidate. “I’m not so certain about Munro. They seemed somewhat clacky … Continue reading How to Capture a Countess
Meh. Reliable Lacey just didn’t do it for me in this one. This movie was made 8 years ago and Lacey Chabert hasn’t changed a bit. And I’m not sure that’s a good thing. Same hairdo, same lipstick, same signature eyeliner. Honestly, couldn’t she even wash her face before going to bed? On the other … Continue reading Matchmaker Santa
By Caro Carson I took a chance on this author because it came highly recommended by one of my favorite authors who reads Ms. Carson herself when she wants some super light reading. This is still another time I was disappointed by a favorite author’s recommendation. Yes, it was light. Boy, was it light. As … Continue reading Doctor, Soldier, Daddy
Christmas Magic This production was blessed by the good acting on the part of Cameron Mathison and Elizabeth Mitchell. They made a good match, and the story was very romantic. A slow development of their relationship with more than a hint of magic provided by the wonderful Gabrielle Rose. Two strangers, both missing true romantic … Continue reading The Christmas Club
by Carrie Bebris I’m a sucker for anything based on Jane Austen if it is well done. And sometimes when it is not. This is evidenced by the fact that I’ve read all of these Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mysteries, though this is the only one I have actually written anything on. It starts off … Continue reading Suspense and Sensibility: Or, First Impressions Revisited (Mr. & Mrs. Darcy Mysteries, #2)
By Lisa Koppel “On his previous Apollo 10 mission, a “dry run” for Apollo 11, Geno had radioed back to Houston that riding around the Moon was a piece of cake. “It was definitely not a piece of cake for me,” said Barbara. “If you think going to the Moon is hard, try staying at … Continue reading The Astronaut Wives Club
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This is a medieval musical instrument called a Rebec sometimes spelled Rebeckha. And that’s my name! (or close.) I’ll be adding new reviews of shows and books as I write them while incorporating reviews I’ve written in the past. Usually from the oldest to the newest.
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