Month: June 2019

One Minute Later by Susan Lewis | Review

One Minute Later by Susan Le..

Review: One Minute Later by Susan Lewis had my emotions all over the place. Questions kept popping up while I was reading and I absolutely had to know the answers to them all. I don’t want to spoil anything at all for anyone, so I’m going to be a little bit vague in this review. […]

Posted June 26, 2019
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The Summer Country by Lauren Willig | Review

The Summer Country by Lauren..

REVIEW: The Summer Country by Lauren Willig is wonderful, fantastic, brilliant. This story was so immersive that it pulled me in and I felt like I was right there, watching everything unfold with both generations. Taking place over about forty years, this story has everything: wealth and slavery, love and romance, betrayal and secrecy. At […]

Posted June 18, 2019
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Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter | Review with Audiobook Notes

Pieces of Her by Karin Slaug..

REVIEW: Karin Slaughter’s books are truly comfort reads for me, blood and guts and all, because I read so many of them throughout my Dad’s long illness over the past couple of years. I adore her ability to punch me in the gut from the very beginning with her grit and gore, her exquisite characterization, […]

Posted June 13, 2019
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Queen Bee by Dorothea Benton Frank | Review

Queen Bee by Dorothea Benton..

REVIEW: I knew I wanted to read Queen Bee when Dorothea Benton Frank’s name was attached. I cannot tell you how much I love her stories and settings. Holly is thirty years old and still living at home with her mother, called the Queen Bee by everyone around because of her personality-she’s loud, a bit rude, […]

Posted June 7, 2019
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