Sipping Lattes with Suzanne Tierney

Hello Suzanne, welcome to my Creekside Café. I am so excited to have you here. Suzanne: Hi Sherri! Thanks for having me at your virtual café. What’s your drink? Mine is a vanilla latte, if you please. Sherri: In this heat, I think I’ll have an iced cinnamon cappuccino, extra cinnamon, light sugar. They freeze the coffee and cream into tiny ice cubes so it … Continue reading Sipping Lattes with Suzanne Tierney

How to Seduce a Spy

by: Catherine Stein Elle, a French Potions Expert, a working girl, much like a barmaid Henry, a British spy with an aristocratic heritage These two very different characters are thrown together in this epic tale of espionage and romance. Traveling from France to Egypt then to America and back to Europe, in search of a reason for the serum shortage. The serum has magical properties … Continue reading How to Seduce a Spy

Addicted to Lady Sherlock Series

The Hollow of Fear by Sherry Thomas read by Kate Reading The series of stories about a lady Sherlock Holmes/Miss Charlotte Holmes and her friend, Lord Ingram have become a new addiction. I love the time period when new things are happening in the world of forensics. I also think a lady Sherlock is intriguing, especially in an era when women were allowed to do … Continue reading Addicted to Lady Sherlock Series

How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days by Laura Lee Guhrke 

I am unfamiliar with this author, I bought this book because of the title. Anyone who doesn’t think a title matters has no concept of marketing. Because I loved the movie How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days, I decided to give a try. I was not disappointed!  The prologue is almost poetic. In the chant of the natives to the memories of England, … Continue reading How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days by Laura Lee Guhrke