sassiness

Erlenmeyer flask bubbles with booze

Proof: The Science of Booze

Adam Rogers
4
Rated by
Amy F.
Wednesday, Jun 24, 2015

Whether you're a lush (as Betty White says, "Vodka is a kind of hobby") or a teetotaler, this book will fascinate and entertain (I was laughing out loud at least once every chapter). I particularly recommend the eAudiobook, which I listened to on a long road trip.

Cover of Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood

Cocaine Blues

Kerry Greenwood
5
Rated by
Amy F.
Tuesday, Aug 5, 2014

This is the first book in the Phryne Fisher Mystery series, a charmingly written series set in in early 20th century Melbourne, Australia. The atmospheric and well-researched details in these novels create an engrossing view into 1920s Melbourne society at all levels.

Lothaire

Kresley Cole
5
Rated by
Courtney B.
Tuesday, Sep 17, 2013

Kresley Cole does it again with this amazing, riveting tale of Lothaire—an ancient vampire bent on ruling all of the Horde (evil vampires, btw)! But wait... his efforts thwarted by puny Elizabeth Pierce, a mere mortal. This book does not follow the same-old, same-old recipe I commonly find in paranormal romance novels. It's got sass, it's got vavoom, and I give it 5 fangs out of 5! In fact, I think I'm going to read it again.... and again...