The Week: 10th – 16th March


The week Vladimir ‘Adolf Hitler’ Putin “officially” stole Crimea from Ukraine.

I’m posting this a day late, as we’ve been in Melbourne since Thursday for the Formula One Grand Prix and we only just flew home.

Melbourne Australia Formula One Grand Prix 16th March 2014 Sonya Heaney Oksana Heaney

The race was great fun and everything was going so well, and then the officials went and ruined it by making the result invalid due to some silly regulation breach. It’s really bad for the sport, for the spectators, for everyone.

There was a bit of bad weather, but nothing like we worried it would be. I think I made the same complaint last year, but I’ll say it again: what’s with all the cigarettes in Melbourne?! You can still smoke in cafés. At the track people have no qualms about sharing your table and then lighting up and wafting cigarette (or – worse – cigar) smoke in your face. Yuck!

Anyway, I’m a little behind on things now. I spent a week trying to cheer myself up with light and fluffy Regency romances, but apparently I don’t like light and fluffy Regency romances! All the inaccuracies and all that modern American dialogue drives me insane. So instead I got into a darker book and reread a favourite.

My review of Where It May Lead by Janice Kay Johnson

Where It May Lead by Janice Kay Johnson

My review of Season for Temptation by Theresa Romain

Season for Temptation by Theresa Romain

My review of Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

My review of Do or Die by Suzanne Brockmann

Do or Die by Suzanne Brockmann

My review of Her Highness and the Highlander by Tracy Anne Warren

Her Highness and the Highlander (The Princess Brides, #2) by Tracy Anne Warren

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