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Posted on Apr 13 2015 - 10:30am by Katrina Braet
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Just a Little Crush by Renita Pizzitola
 Genre: New Adult/Romance Readers will be majorly crushing on Just a Little Crush by Renita Pizzitola when it hits stands October 21st. Who can resist a great romance novel between a virgin good girl and a player bad boy who have known each other since high school, but never got along….that is until college. This New Adult...

Just a Little Crush by Renita Pizzitola
 Genre: New Adult/Romance Readers will be majorly crushing on Just a Little Crush by Renita Pizzitola when it hits stands October 21st. Who can resist a great romance novel between a virgin good girl and a player bad boy who have known each other since high school, but never got along….that is until college. This New Adult romance novel about second chances...

Posted on Apr 2 2015 - 12:13pm by Michele Douglas
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Fatal Abduction
 by Julia Crane The agency never interferes with outside investigations. They must protect their identity at all costs. That is until Kaitlyn sees a news report about “the Dollhouse Killer.” She immediately feels for the young girls who were cut down in their youth. She quickly deciphers the killer’s behavior: his type of victim, the areas he takes them from and the areas where...

5 out of 5 stars Political reporter Liz thought she was saving herself future heartache when she walked away from Brady…she knows in her heart at the end of the day that if he had to choose, Brady would always choose his campaign and Liz is tired of hiding. As time passes and she tries to move on, she finds that Brady still holds her heart and she will never be able to give it to another no...

Posted on Mar 3 2015 - 11:55am by Lexi Wangler
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On the evening of Thursday, February 26, 2015, V-Day Mount Sinai performed their annual production of Eve Ensler’s groundbreaking episodic play, The Vagina Monologues. The Monologues, originally a one-woman show, speaks to the challenges and wonders of womanhood and femininity, putting into words the thoughts that many women are afraid to express out loud, many of which center on the vagina. Medical and graduate students, doctors and staff at the Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai presented their audience with a stunning tribute...

A Modern Marriage: A Memoir
By Christy and Mark Kidd This book is a diary of sorts about the marriage of Christy Kidd and Mark Kidd. It takes us through the process of how a happy, loving and committed married couple decides to explore the titillating lifestyle of swingers. The decision on whether to open themselves into a swinging couple is made together with openness and complete honesty about...

On Friday 2/7/15 I was invited by Mandi from Smexybooks to be her +1 at The Today Show’s, Fifty Shade First Event. This event was to premiere the Fifty Shades of Grey movie for the fans a week before the movie is released on Friday 12/13 (in some cases, Thursday night, 12/12). This was a movie premiere event unlike any other, and a first The Today Show has done. All week long, leading up to this event, The Today Show would show clips from the movie and interview some of the cast members, the director and EL James, the author. It’s...

Who doesn’t love Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre or Wuthering Heights? We all have our favorite classics—mine is Pride and Prejudice. In A Love for Pages by Joy Penny, we follow our heroine, June, through her first post-high school relationship. She is home for the summer and is adjusting to some major challenges and changes. She roomed with her best friend at college, but they have grown apart....

Posted on Feb 2 2015 - 4:05pm by Allie Heart
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Last week, I had the opportunity to see Aladdin on Broadway with someone special and let me tell you, this was one of the most perfect dates ever! Since Aladdin is one of our favorite Disney classics and we both love Broadway, this was obviously meant to be. The cast did a wonderful job of bringing this Disney love story to life. Adam Jacobs and Courtney Reed, who played Aladdin and Jasmine, really showed the wonders of the iconic magic carpet ride with a giant luminous moon facing their backs while surrounded by twinkling stars. Also...

Posted on Jan 14 2015 - 1:38pm by Samantha L. Scown
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Wildalone by Krassi Zourkova is a contemporary paranormal romance about a young girl from Bulgaria, Thea Slavin, who has just come to America to study abroad at Princeton University. Thea is a gorgeous girl, extremely accomplished at the piano, excited to start her next chapter in life in America when she discovers a dark secret about her family. Thea finds herself...