No. of pages: 464 pages Publisher (Date): Pocket Books, April 16, 2009 Setting: Hollywood, Los Angeles Synopsis: Three high-powered Hollywood couples, two hot affairs, one underage Russian ex-hooker, a passionate murder—and the players’ lives are changed forever. Cameron Paradise, a stunningly beautiful twenty-four-year-old personal trainer, flees Hawaii and her champion-surfer husband, Gregg, in the middle of one … Continue reading Book Review: Married Lovers by Jackie Collins.
Let me tell you that this was the most complicated, most convoluted plot I have ever read in a book! Never mind that there were so many characters to keep track of but the story thickens as the book progresses! Phew. I'm glad I got that off my chest! But no, really, it was as … Continue reading Book Review: Summer’s Child by Diane Chamberlain.
No. of Pages: 408 pages Date Published: January 1, 2010 (first published August 20, 2009) Publisher: HarperTorch Setting: Present-day London Alternative Title: The Other Mothers' Club Sorry for the long hiatus, guys. It has been a rather bumpy rollercoaster ride at the office and what with all the deadlines at work, I just couldn't bring … Continue reading Book Review: The Stepmothers’ Support Group by Sam Baker.
Another weekend, another cafe. My husband and I decided to try a different one this time. We've been to a number of new cafes, we have a list of our favourite joints, but we still have many more to go to. So we chose Epicuro in Damansara Uptown (they happen to have another branch in … Continue reading Food Review: Epicuro Uptown.
A three-day weekend is normally a time for me to go on a road trip or get busy with finding new cafes to visit. Or, it could just be a time for me to relax at home, gaming or reading. Sadly, I spent my long weekend hibernating because I had a mild fever. Mild yes, … Continue reading Food Review: Flingstones Cafe.
I used to stay up all night in my childhood bedroom of my parents' house, desperately trying to finish reading a book. I would continue where I last stopped at 11:00pm, and carried on reading past midnight. By the time I was done with it and finally decided to sleep, it was 4:00am. And now … Continue reading Book Review: The Heart Whisperer.