Book Review – ‘Come Home’ by Lisa Scottoline

When Jill’s distraught ex-stepdaughter Abby brings news of her ex-husband’s death, her world is thrust into turmoil. Was it an accident or murder? Is she willing to sacrifice her future for her past to uncover the answers? 

Does the invisible thread exist regardless if you’re blood related or not? Well, in Lisa Scottoline’s latest book, family is certainly defined in a way one would not expect. 

Come Home is intense from start to finish; Scottoline’s immediate reveals were clearly a set up for the bigger eye openers, and you’ll absolutely feel awakened by the end. This book lived up greatly to the previous ‘Save Me’, and I’m positive we have another best seller on our hands. Continue reading “Book Review – ‘Come Home’ by Lisa Scottoline”

For Thought: What a shocker!

 

When Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez announced they’re heading to Splitsville, fans were left dumbfounded. I for one am a little puzzled as only a few weeks ago both performed a sexy number on American Idol and were seen in pictures looking all lovey dovey. So it’s kind of hard to take in that they’re getting a divorce after seven years of marriage when the couple used to say they’ve founded their soulmate. Like many, I’m hoping they can work out their issues as they used to be so in love an all, and not only for the good times they’ve shared together but also for their young twins. Continue reading “For Thought: What a shocker!”

“I love him but he’s married”

When is it ever okay for a woman to date a married man, or date one who’s married but separated? I remember back in the day it was so classless for a woman to do such a thing, that she would make sure it was kept in the closet. These days, the mistresses are out in the open and up in the wife’s face with it. Some well known celebrities are guilty of dating married men out in the public, and are accused of breaking up homes. For example, Alicia Keys, Kat Von D (and all the other females who dated Jesse James), Fantasia, and who can forget Continue reading ““I love him but he’s married””