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Misadventures with my Roommate #BookReview

I always get a bit nervous, when reading a book written by multiple authors. I find that it can sometimes seem choppy, and the parts written by each different author can be obvious. However, I was hopeful, since this one is part of the Misadventures Series, and thus far the books have all been fabulous. I am happy to report that this book was no exception. It was fantastic, and it was very fluid, and I could not tell it was written by two different writers.
I really, really loved this book. I think the thing that really drew me in, was the characters. I loved both the female (Blake) and male (Gavin) leads. They were fabulous. I could relate to Blake quite a bit, and I really enjoyed her blossom throughout the story. Gavin is a man to be adored. 
This book will make you laugh, scream, cry, and turn the pages. It is one of the better books I have read recently. I was honestly hooked before the end of the first chapter. I found myself invested in the characters. I genuinely want to know…

Mustache You A Question #FunnyFriday

Today’s post is March’s Funny Friday, a regular feature published on the last Friday of every month. Funny Friday is a collaborative project. Each month one of the participants submits a picture, then we all write five captions or thoughts inspired by that month’s picture.

Links to the other bloggers’ posts are below, click on them and see what they have come up with. I hope we bring a smile to your face as you start your weekend.

Here is today’s AWESOME picture. It was submitted by Karen of Baking In A Tornado.

1. That was the last time Karen ever sent her husband grocery shopping alone.

2. I mustache you a question. Please answer quickly, as I'm in a rush, and really must peel out asap. Which came first?! The chicken?  The egg? The banana?

3. Son: Isn't it great?! I won it at the water gun booth.
Mom: It's ... Interesting. You know those carnival games are a scam. You can buy the toys cheaper at the store.
Son: That's no fun, Mom. I like knowing I earned it.
Mom: Be …

Fly by the Bergham Household #FlyOnTheWall

Welcome to March's Fly on the Wall round-up. Today six bloggers are inviting you to catch a glimpse of what you would see if you were a fly on the wall in our homes. Come on in and buzz around my house.

It is rare that I participate in these Fly on the Wall posts, even though it is one of my most favorite challenges to read. I just feel like our household rarely has enough interesting stuff, to fill up an entire post. So, I decided to participate, and then I spent two months, not just one gathering material. Part of me wishes we had more a more funny, eventful household, but part of me is grateful that we don't. I am not sure I could keep up otherwise. I hope you enjoy the glimpse into the Bergham household.

This is a text between Chad and I:

Ended up in potty with more blood. So much pain. Need you to empty the vacuum that charges in the hallway. I vacuumed the kitchen and living room. Now, I'm REALLY in pain. Ugh. Oh well. Kid fed. Dishes done. Cake pan washed. V…

Tainted Blood by Sara Hubbard #BookReview

I am here with my latest book review. This time it is Sara Hubbard's new release, and it is a paranormal romance. Now, normally I would probably say if paranormal romances are not your thing, that you would probably want to avoid this book. However, hear me out.... I would not say that I am a huge paranormal fan. I did enjoy the Sookie Stackhouse books, and I did read the Twilight books, so I am at the very least tolerant to it. Well, this book is different. I could see how someone who has never liked other paranormal books, could love this book.
It is very well written. The plot is unique and captivating. The characters are excellent, and very well developed. This book will cause you to abandon the "facts" you thought you knew about vampires, and that paranormal realm. It really offers a whole new take on it. Things are not what you previously thought them to be. 
You will go on a paranormal journey with Emily, Sebastian, and Alexander. Emily was living a perfectly nor…