Sunburn by Laura Lippman | Review

Sunburn by Laura Lippman | R..

Review: Sunburn by Laura Lippman was fantastic! I loved pretty much everything about it. The further I read, the more compelling the story became and by the time I got to the end, I felt like I was an actual cheerleader for this book. That’s silly, I know, but it was just so doggone good. […]

Posted February 22, 2018
If I Run by Terri Blackstock | Review

If I Run by Terri Blackstock..

Review: If I Run by Terri Blackstock is the first book in a Christian suspense-thriller trilogy published by Zondervan. This is a true series, meaning these books should be read in order. When Casey Cox found her best friend Brent murdered, she left her footprints, fingerprints, and shoe prints all over the crime scene – so […]

Posted February 20, 2018
The Black Echo by Michael Connelly | Review

The Black Echo by Michael Co..

Review: Starting a huge series like this one can be such an intimidating thing – the Harry Bosch Universe is so long! That’s both a great thing and an overwhelming thing because there are tons of books to catch up on, and I want to read them in order. So I read The Black Echo by Michael […]

Posted February 17, 2018
Girl Unknown by Karen Perry | Review

Girl Unknown by Karen Perry ..

Review: Girl Unknown by Karen Perry is told by both Caroline and David, a married couple, who are working through something traumatic that happened in their marriage before the book began. Their marriage is fractured, but not entirely broken. David and Caroline would probably say they have a good life with their jobs and their […]

Posted February 16, 2018
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The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz | Review

The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Re..

Review: Allison hasn’t seen her foster family in thirteen years when she receives a letter from Roland, her foster brother, informing her that her foster father is dying. She has some lingering questions about one of her last nights in the house with her family, so she rushes to her father’s bedside to pay respects […]

Posted February 12, 2018
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Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton | Review + Giveaway

Next Year In Havana by Chane..

Review: Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton is one of the historical fiction releases I’ve been most excited about, and not only because of the stunning cover. I knew from following the author in various places online that this story is a labor of love for her because it is based at least in […]

Posted February 7, 2018
Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton | Feature + Giveaway

Next Year In Havana by Chane..

  Today is Release Day for Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton! I’m excited to feature the book release today and I’m also offering a giveaway! Be sure to come back tomorrow for my review *wink wink* SUMMARY: After the death of her beloved grandmother, a Cuban-American woman travels to Havana, where she discovers […]

Posted February 6, 2018
Embarkations (Whitehall #1.1) by Liz Duffy Adams and Delia Sherman Review

Embarkations (Whitehall #1.1..

Review: Ahh, this was so great. Intrigue and drama with a hint of potential scandal, and I loved it. First of all, let me say that I’m listening to the Whitehall serial via the Serial Box app. Whitehall is available for reading on the app OR as an audio option with narration provided. I opted to […]

Posted January 31, 2018
About That Kiss by Jill Shalvis Review

About That Kiss by Jill Shal..

Review: I think the Heartbreaker Bay Series by Jill Shalvis gets better and better with each release. But honestly I’m at the point where every time I pick up a book by Jill Shalvis, I know I’m going to love it. About That Kiss is the latest installment in the Heartbreaker Bay Series, this time featuring Joe and […]

Posted January 25, 2018
The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn Review

The Woman in the Window by A..

Review: I had the most fun reading this story! The Woman In The Window by A.J. Finn was easily my most anticipated mystery-suspense-thriller book this season, so when it arrived in my mailbox: I squealed. Anna Fox is the book’s main character. She is so well-crafted as a character. As we meet her, we learn […]

Posted January 23, 2018
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