Month: July 2017

Book Review | Club Deception by Sarah Skilton

Book Review | Club Deception..

Review: I chose to read Club Deception by Sarah Skilton because I don’t often choose stories that have magicians in them and because I loved this cover. I’m glad to say that this one paid off. One of the best things about this book is that is was easy to read in small doses. Do y’all ever […]

Posted July 25, 2017
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Review | Everything We Left Behind by Kerry Lonsdale

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Review: As soon as I finished Everything We Keep, I started reading this book. I loved the first one, but when I realized the second book would be featuring James/Carlos, I was all in. His story seemed so mysterious and after the first book had that crazy ending, I just had to know more about…what […]

Posted July 21, 2017
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Review | Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale

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Review: I’ve been captivated by the cover of Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale since I first saw it last year. There’s just something about looking at the back of a person staring off into the distance that intrigues me. I don’t know why. But since I first saw this cover, this book has been on […]

Posted July 19, 2017
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Review | The Lucky Ones by Mark Edwards

Review | The Lucky Ones by M..

Review: The Lucky Ones is my first book by Mark Edwards! I’ve noticed his books when browsing on Amazon, but I hadn’t read one until a few days ago. I was on the edge of my seat for the entire length of the book, especially during the second half. The prologue starts off with a meeting between […]

Posted July 18, 2017
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Review | The Roses of May by Dot Hutchison

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Review: When I finished The Butterfly Garden, I wasn’t sure if I would continue with this series. I remember closing that book on my Kindle, sitting down, and pacing for a few minutes because I needed to process what I had just read. It’s dark and disturbing and just, wow. And I didn’t love the […]

Posted July 15, 2017
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Review | Monticello by Sally Cabot Gunning

Review | Monticello by Sally..

Review: I thought I would be able to breeze through Monticello by Sally Cabot Gunning since I know a little bit about this part of history and because I love historical fiction so much, but I really had to take my time with this one. It’s so layered and detailed. But I love books like this […]

Posted July 13, 2017
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Review | Deliver Her by Patricia Perry Donovan

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Review: I’m puzzled that I thought Deliver Her by Patricia Perry Donovan was a suspense/thriller. Now that I’ve finished it, it read more like a character-driven fiction story. I think it was the last part of the synopsis that made me think this would be suspenseful book but alas it just was not. Still, I loved […]

Posted July 10, 2017
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Review | The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison

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Review: I’m surprised that I made it through The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison because this is one of the most disturbing things that I’ve ever read. Honestly, I’m unnerved at how captivated I was while I was reading and by how I just couldn’t stop clicking the pages on my Kindle. The way that the […]

Posted July 8, 2017
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Review | The Winter King by C.L. Wilson

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Why I Read It: I hadn’t heard of the Weathermages of Mystral Series until my friend Lauren mentioned the upcoming second book to me. The series sounded so good that I grabbed The Winter King before our discussion was over. (Thank you for recommending this one to me, Lauren!) Now that I’ve finished, I’m dying for […]

Posted July 6, 2017
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Review | News of the World by Paulette Jiles

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 REVIEW: It’s 1870. Captain Kidd travels around Texas and the surrounding territories, reading to townspeople from the newspapers. On a stop in Wichita Falls, Captain is offered a job escorting a 10-year-old orphan girl down to the San Antonio area to live with her aunt and uncle. Four years before, the girl had been captured by […]

Posted July 4, 2017
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