Earlier this month we heard rumors that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick getting back together for ratings. Could the same be true of Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner?
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Do you constantly feel like you’re trying to lose weight? I do. I didn’t always feel that way, but since my second baby was born I feel like
Scot Harvarth is no Robert Langdon, but that doesn’t mean it’s a stretch to compare The Last Patriot by Brad Thor and The Da Vinci Code by Dan
Teresa Medeiros is a skilled and versatile writer. She’s written about vampires, highland warriors and modern day professors. She writes historical fiction and contemporary romance with the same
I really loved Goodnight Tweetheart by Teresa Medeiros for a few different reasons. Aside from the absolutely hilarious banter between the hero and heroine, I think I loved
Warning: The video contains explicit language. Detroit Pistons Head Coach Stan Van Gundy didn’t mean to create a catch phrase, and he certainly didn’t mean to curse on
With Trading Up, Candace Bushnell takes the reader inside the high-powered world of New York City’s elite, showing society through the eyes of Victoria Secret model Janey Wilcox.
During two weeks during the summer of 1996, I did very little aside from watching the Olympic Games. As a 10-year-old, I didn’t remember experiencing the Summer Games
Love Unscripted by Tina Reber is fairytale-esque in it’s plot, as it features a famous actor who sweeps a regular, small-town girl off her feet. The story begins
As a first-time mother, I enjoy reading materials that help me understand the mental development of my child. This is all a mystery to me. I’ve never seen
If you like stories about underdogs who reach their dreams, then this book is for you. The Stars Shine Down by Sidney Sheldon tells the story of Lara
How do you set the tone for the week? Starting the week out right means something different for everyone. For me, it means getting up Monday morning, getting
Jacob Jankowski doesn’t know how old he is today, but he knows how old he was during that fateful summer that his parents were killed; the summer that
Jodi Picoult is a great writer, a thorough researcher and a fantastic storyteller — there certainly is no denying those facts. But with Change of Heart, she’s once
When I grabbed Home at Last by Anna Schmidt from the library, I didn’t realize it was part of the Love Inspired brand. If I had, I may
Just about everyone who reads Henry Cejudo’s book, American Victory, loves it. Those searching for reviews will be hard-pressed to find negative and critical views on the autobiography.
What would you do if you could go back and live your life over again? That’s the question Ken Grimwood asks repeatedly in his 1986 science fiction novel
Where’d You Go, Bernadette? isn’t your average search and rescue book. Instead, readers are treated to a witty and intriguing story about passions, love lost and the bond
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