You know how every mythological hero has their fatal flaw? Achilles heel, Harry Potter and his compassion(Not a myth yet. But mythic proportions when you measure the awesomeness.)
Yes, well. I'm no hero, but I do have a flaw of my own.
It lies in shoes.
By Delman Jules, NP. Sigh. They're so pretty. Sadly, though, I seriously don't have the cash to spend on shoes that expsensive. I just spent about an hour looking through all the pretty shoes though. Should you be interested, the link is as follows.
If you are like me, and have a masochistic streak, then by all means. Go look at the shininess. Blame Meg Cabot. She mentioned it first on her blog.
This book is truly amazing. It took me a bit of time to get into it, but I really enjoyed it.
I love historical fiction and this was done really well. Plus, the cover is amazingly gorgeous.
(Pretty shoes, pretty book. Are you seeing a pattern?)
Anyway, I loved it. It's set in the Elizabethan era, in Elizabeth's court. Utterly fabulous. I highly recommend it.
Random note: One of my friends asked me why I only post good reviews about books. It's not because everything I read is amazing. It's just that I think it's pointless to put something negative about a book. Someone worked for hours on that. I'm not going to say that it's terrible, because it isn't. I just personally didn't like it.
Okay, random note and small little rant over.