Struck by tragedy at an early age, Meri Palmer escaped into the only world she understood. Within the virtual realm of online gaming, she lived a life filled with mythical creatures and thrilling adventures, where she was strong, powerful, clever, and beautiful—everything she believed she wasn't in real life. As the years went by, her desire to cling to her cherished fantasyland only grew stronger.
Forensic accountant Sloane Tobin and kooky pet psychic Willa may have the same face, but that’s the only thing these identical twins have in common.
National best-selling author Beth Albright does it again with this new Southern page-turner filled with romantic comedy, emotion, passion and laugh-out-loud humor. Grab your best girlfriends and hang on tight for this hilarious, exciting, sassy, southern tale.
Abigail Harper Cartwright was coming undone. As the promotions director for a Tuscaloosa radio station, a huge upcoming Mother’s Day live event could make or break her career. But at the same time, two former lovers have stumbled back into the picture turning her life upside down.
"The legend had it coming ... Find out where Robin Hood put his Little John, what made Will Scarlet, and what did Friar Tuck into his tights that Maid Marian all of a quiver?"
I know lately I've been starting with a quote, but the tagline for the movie is so fabulous, I had to use it! This movie has been a family favorite for years. My sister and I quote this movie often and even though it's been years since we've watched it (at least for me), we can still quote it pretty well. I heard it's on Netflix right now, so I think I'll be adding it to my weekend activities!
"You broke the ship. You broke the bloody ship."
I didn't have a lot to choose from for "Q" - but of the movies available, this movie was my favorite. With a cast of Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman & Sam Rockwell, you know the movie is going to be good, regardless.
"As you wish."
I can't decide which quote is my favorite in this movie. They're all classic, just like the story.
"PC load letter? What the fuck does that mean?"
We're back in 1999 again today for Office Space, one of my all-time favorite movies. This movie has it all: romance, theft, crazy-psycho employees, good friends, dorky bosses and cubicles. Oh, and quotes to use...lots and lots of quotes.
"I'm just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her."
I dare you to watch that scene and not cry. Go on.
We're back in London for Notting Hill, another of my favorite movies. What's not to love about this movie? It's got Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant, Hugh Bonneville...the list goes on.
Princess Aurora: "Hello Godmother."
Maleficent: "Hello Beasty."
[Natalie, a secretary, is greeting the Prime Minister]
Natalie: Hello, David. I mean "sir". Shit, I can't believe I've just said that. And now I've gone and said "shit" - twice. I'm so sorry, sir.
Prime Minister: It's fine, it's fine. You could've said "fuck," and then we'd have been in real trouble.
Natalie: Thank you, sir. I did have an awful premonition that I was gonna fuck up on the first day. Oh, piss it!