Month: May 2018

Herons Landing by JoAnn Ross | Review

Herons Landing by JoAnn Ross..

Review: After reading and loving Home to Honeymoon Harbor by JoAnn Ross yesterday, I quickly finished Herons Landing, which is the first full-length novel in the Honeymoon Harbor series. Herons Landing features Brianna Mannion and Seth Harper, who end up working together on a restoration project for a historical home in the area. There are […]

Posted May 24, 2018
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Home to Honeymoon Harbor by JoAnn Ross | Review

Home to Honeymoon Harbor by ..

Review: I loved Home to Honeymoon Harbor by JoAnn Ross! I read it in a short time before I went to bed last night because I  planned to start the first full-length novel (Heron’s Landing) today. This is the story of Sarah Harper and John Mannion, set in 1985. This is a small-town second-chance romance […]

Posted May 23, 2018
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Leaving Everest by Megan Westfield | Review & Giveaway

Leaving Everest by Megan Wes..

Review: OH MY GOSH. How much did I love this book? I loved it so, so much. You guys may not realize how much I love reading about mountaineering and Mount Everest and the Himalayas. I have been obsessed with climbing for ages and I’ve read and watched a ton of mountaineering stuff since way […]

Posted May 21, 2018
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Cockroaches by Jo Nesbo | Review

Cockroaches by Jo Nesbo | Re..

Review: I loved The Bat by Jo Nesbo so I was excited to read Cockroaches. Cockroaches is the second book in the Harry Hole series, but I’ve seen many people say to skip directly to the third book because the first two aren’t as good as the rest of them. I genuinely hate skipping books in […]

Posted May 17, 2018
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Summer at Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs | Review

Summer at Willow Lake by Sus..

Review: I loved this book. Summer at Willow Lake is the beginning of a series of family saga stories with a lot of time spent focusing on the main characters, there is also much (maybe equal?) page time given to introducing the secondary cast for future installments. In this case, the entire extended Bellamy family […]

Posted May 16, 2018
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Map of the Heart by Susan Wiggs | Review

Map of the Heart by Susan Wi..

Review: Map of the Heart by Susan Wiggs is a standalone story with dual timelines, set in present day with flashbacks to WWII-era France. This is the story of a woman that is afraid to loosen up and live because she is crippled by fear and past hurts. It’s also a story of family. Camille […]

Posted May 15, 2018
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My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan | Review

My Oxford Year by Julia Whel..

Review: When I saw the cover for My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan, I added it to my to-read list instantly. I was thrilled when I got an early copy and excitedly put it on my nightstand. And then I realized that it was recommended for fans of Jojo Moyes and Nicholas Sparks, and I […]

Posted May 8, 2018
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Summer By The Sea by Jenny Hale | Review

Summer By The Sea by Jenny H..

Review: It’s almost a little bit funny to me how I found Summer by the Sea by Jenny Hale: I was browsing the internet, searching for “summer” books to add to my summer reading list for this year, when I saw that some of Jenny Hale’s titles are set on the North Carolina beaches. Oh […]

Posted May 4, 2018
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My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan | Spotlight + Excerpt

My Oxford Year by Julia Whel..

Like so many of you, I’m a huge fan of Julia Whelan’s audiobook narration. So when I found out she would be writing a book, I was thrilled. The story sounded wonderful and the cover drew my eye. Now that I have the book in my hands (thank you, William Morrow!), I’m so excited to […]

Posted May 3, 2018
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The Good Luck Sister by Jill Shalvis | Review + Giveaway

The Good Luck Sister by Jill..

Review: Oh my goodness, this was fantastic! I LOVED Tilly and Dylan in this novella. They’re both featured in the first book in this series: Lost and Found Sisters. Tilly is sister to the main character, Quinn. Dylan is her neighbor and the object of her affection. Both are about fifteen or sixteen years old […]

Posted May 2, 2018
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