Job Title: Regional Book Manager
On your nightstand now: Something with a shirtless guy.
Favorite book when you were a child: I didn't have one but my favorite to read to my kids was Love You Forever.
Your top five authors: Malcolm Gladwell, Lorraine Heath, Julie Garwood, Johanna Lindsey and probably another 50 romance writers.
Book you've faked reading: Harry Potter. If I get killed for saying it, it's on your head.
Book you are an evangelist for: The Hunger Games and The Giver.
Book you've bought for the cover: Every romance I've ever read. Does the name Fabio mean anything to you?
Book that changed your life: I can't say book, but genre. I got my first romance at 12 and it changed my reading life forever.
Book you most want to read again for the first time: A Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Deveraux.
Book you'd take with you to a desert island: How to Survive on a Desert Island.
Song that has played the most on your MP3 player: I like pop music.
Best way to spend a weekend: What kind of question is this? Reading.
Your go-to pick for movie night: The Notebook ( I'm a chick ok?).
Favorite Vacation Destination: Anywhere I can read.
Window or Aisle: Window
What is the first giveaway that a book is going to be good: I really like blurbs from my favorites. I know I will like it then.
Best TV or Movie adaptation of a book: The Hunger Games.
Book character you would like to play in a movie: Allie from The Notebook. I would get to kiss Ryan Gosling!
Website you have spent the most time reading: Goodreads

Rosa's Recent Reviews

Ani FaNelli knows she is lucky to be alive. She has made a new life for herself, one of privilege, wealth and glamour. It’s what made Ani who she is that will keep you reading into the night. Dark, brutal, funny, and at times as sharp as a rose’s thorn. Ani FaNelli is a survivor, as you will soon learn.
 
 
 
 
The Girl on the Train is about love, life, regret, death and finally memory. Rachel is the girl who watches life go by her every day as she rides the train, looking out the window to a life she has lost. She wallows in the love for her ex, the regret of her actions and in the memory of what she saw. Lies and memories intertwine with narratives that cannot be trusted. You don’t ever really like any of them, as they are as flawed as life itself. You hope in the end that Rachel finds some peace and survives the things she will remember.

Read all of Rosa's reviews

You Look Different in Real LifeJennifer Castle
DataclysmChristian Rudder
The SonJo Nesbo
Uninvited Sophie Jordan
The Fault in Our StarsJohn Green
Big Girl PantiesStephanie Evanovich
I Am Amelia EarhartBrad Meltzer
The DivinersLibba Bray
Just One NightKyra Davis
Red Hill Jamie McGuire
Me Before YouJojo Moyes
The TwelveJustin Cronin
It Happened One MidnightJulie Anne Long
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar ChildrenRansom Riggs
Lord of Wicked IntentionsLorraine Heath
Walking DisasterJamie McGuire
WoolHugh Howey
What Happens in ScotlandJennifer McQuiston
One Good Earl Deserves a LoverSarah MacLean
Sex and the Single FiremanJennifer Bernard
Scent of MagicMaria V. Snyder
Such a RushJennifer Echols
Leadership 2.0 Travis Bradberry, Jean Greaves
Seducing Mr. KnightlyMaya Rodale
The Unbecoming of Mara DyerMichelle Hodkin
SlammedColleen Hoover
A Lady by MidnightTessa Dare
AngelfallSusan Ee
Lessons from a Scandalous BrideSophie Jordan
Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25Richard Paul Evans
The Duke Is MineEloisa James
Touch of PowerMaria V. Snyder
The Tiger's WifeTea Obreht
Five Flavors of DumbAntony John
A Dog's PurposeW. Bruce Cameron
FireKristin Cashore
The Graveyard Book Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
Beautiful CreaturesKami Garcia, Margaret Stohl
GracelingKristin Cashore
EclipseStephenie Meyer

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