Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Curl up with a good book Sunday: The Child

Here at Tellulah Darling enterprises, we (meaning me and all the character voices in my head) like nothing better on a drizzly Sunday than to snuggle under our favourite blanket, ensconced with a great mystery. Fiona Barton’s The Child perfectly hit the spot. Synopsis: As an old house is demolished in a gentrifying section of […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: The Mirage

Every Matt Ruff book is a unique reading experience, so when I heard The Mirage was an alternate history version of 9/11, I had to know how he pulled it off. Synopsis: A mind-bending novel in which an alternate history of 9/11 and its aftermath uncovers startling truths about America and the Middle East 11/9/2001: […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: Gone for You

Very excited to have discovered a new m/m romance author to love in Riley Hart and her sexy and sweet Gone For You. Synopsis: Oliver Hayes wears his heart on his sleeve, and his friends never let him forget it. Every Friday night spent at Wild Side, their favorite West Hollywood bar, Oliver’s lack of […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: When a Marquess Loves a Woman

It’s two for two on the historical romance front with this week’s pick of When a Marquess Loves a Woman. So why did it make the cut? Synopsis: As a young, penniless gentleman, Maxwell Harwick knew he had little to offer Juliet White—the most beautiful debutante of the season—except his love, and one thoroughly scandalous […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: Sinful Scottish Laird

Sinful Scottish Laird marked the end of my historical romance reading slump and a new book by Julia London. Coincidence? I think not. Synopsis: A young widow puts her sexy suitors to the test in New York Times bestselling author Julia London’s scintillating return to the idyllic Scottish Highlands.  Widowed and forced to remarry in three years’ […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: Weapons of Math Destruction

I first heard of Weapons of Math Destruction in a radio interview with the author. She was quite engaging, but how would a book on mathematical modelling stack up? Synopsis: A former Wall Street quant sounds an alarm on mathematical modeling—a pervasive new force in society that threatens to undermine democracy and widen inequality. We […]


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