Maryland has felt like Phoenix this week, right up until the storm that nailed parts of the area Friday night. There are still thousands of people without power and in some cases homes due to the high winds that toppled power lines and trees. Unreal. With the heat index in the 100’s, it was a… Continue reading The Week Ahead and A Light Easy Cheesecake to Die For!
The old adage of if you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes has always applied to Maryland but never more so than in the last few years. Where once you could count on May being like May and June acting sensibly like June, all the months now seem to pull on each others… Continue reading The Week Ahead in Reviews and a Great Salad for Anytime of the Year
Rating: 5 stars Cambridge 1907 After the tumultuous doings where Orlando lost his memory albeit temporarily, Drs. Coppersmith and Stewart are now happily ensconced in their newly purchased home, Forsythia Cottage. But it’s not long before mystery and murder find them again. Matthew Ainslie, friend and acquaintance (depending upon which of the men you talked… Continue reading Review of Lessons in Power (Cambridge Fellows #4) by Charlie Cochrane
Rating: 5 stars Lessons In Discovery is the third in the Cambridge Fellows series, and the one that cemented my love for Jonty and Orlando. With the first book, the characters felt very removed and dispassionate. I loved the historical feel of the book, but the men? Not so much. The second book, Lessons in… Continue reading Review of Lessons in Discovery, Cambridge Fellows #3 by Charlie Cochrane
I have just finished Lessons in Desire, the second in the Cambridge Fellows series and I am beginning to see the reasons for the good reviews. Unlike the first book which left me detached and uninvolved in the characters, Lessons in Desire delighted me and gave me a better understanding of Drs. Coppersmith and Stewart… Continue reading A Review of Lessons in Desire, Cambridge Fellows #2 by Charlie Cochrane