Review | A French Wedding by Hannah Tunnicliffe

Review | A French Wedding by..

Review: I didn’t like A French Wedding by Hannah Tunnicliffe as much as I wanted to. It had a ton of promise, but it didn’t just deliver. I love stories with long-time friends coming together again. In this case, a group of college friends are meeting back at the home of Max to celebrate his fortieth […]

Posted June 24, 2017
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Review | The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry

Review | The Essex Serpent b..

Review: The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry is brilliant. I had no idea that I was in for such a rare treat when I began this book, but I grew so fond of these characters over the course of the pages that I feel genuinely sad that I’ve finished with the story. Cora Seaborne is […]

Posted June 22, 2017
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Review | The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan

Review | The Chilbury Ladies..

 REVIEW: It’s hard to find things to say about The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan that haven’t already been said. The setting is brilliant, the characters are wonderful and quirky, and the epistolary style fits the story perfectly. What stands out to me most about this book is that it is so utterly charming. […]

Posted June 20, 2017
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Some thoughts on: The Gunslinger by Stephen King

Some thoughts on: The Gunsli..

Why I Read It: This is one of those book series that I’ve been meaning to read practically forever. My husband loves it and has been heavily suggesting these books to me for ages now. I want to see The Dark Tower Movie when it is released, but I never see movies unless I read the […]

Posted June 17, 2017
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Review | All I Ask by Nicole McLaughlin

Review | All I Ask by Nicole..

Why I Read It: I’m such a huge fan of Nicole McLaughlin, who previously published titles under the name Nicole Michaels. I saw that All I Ask by Nicole McLaughlin looked like a fun romance, but I got doubly excited when I realized that this author is one that I already adored from reading her previous […]

Posted June 14, 2017
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Review | The Idea of You by Robinne Lee

Review | The Idea of You by ..

Review: There is something so alluring about being on the arm of a rock star and while most of us know that it will never happen to us, that’s exactly what happens to Solene in The Idea of You by Robinne Lee. It happens when she isn’t expecting it: Solene is taking her young daughter, […]

Posted June 12, 2017
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Review | The Beach at Painter’s Cove by Shelley Noble

Review | The Beach at Painte..

 REVIEW: When I saw the cover for The Beach at Painter’s Cove by Shelley Noble and that it was set in a town on the shore, I knew that I wanted to read it. The fact that there were multiple generations of women in the same family coming to their family beach mansion sealed the deal for me. I […]

Posted June 8, 2017
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Review | Same Beach, Next Year by Dorothea Benton Frank

Review | Same Beach, Next Ye..

Why I Read It: It’s still only May and I’ve already read some great warm-weather reads this year! I loved the cover on this book and the fact that it is set in the Lowcountry. I love books set in the Carolinas plus I’ve been wanting to reading something by Dorothea Benton Frank for ages now, […]

Posted May 23, 2017
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Review | The Beach House: Coming Home by Georgia Bockoven

Review | The Beach House: Co..

Why I Read It: I’m a sucker for reading beach-themed books in the warm weather. Or books with a beach on the cover. Or books that have a setting by the shore. When I was presented with the opportunity to read this book, the cover and title drew me in. Plus this is a series […]

Posted May 18, 2017
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Review | It Happens In The Hamptons by Holly Peterson

Review | It Happens In The H..

Why I Read It: I’m all about summer reading and beach reading, and It Happens in the Hamptons by Holly Peterson looked perfect when I saw the synopsis. I love stories about “locals vs. vacationers” – especially in tourist areas like the Hamptons. Review: This is the very best kind of beach/warm weather reading. Katie moved […]

Posted May 5, 2017
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