Month: May 2020

Book Review: Adult Conversation by Brandy Ferner

Book Review: Adult Conversat..

REVIEW: I read Adult Conversation by Brandy Ferner over Mother’s Day weekend and loved it. April is disorganized and harried. She feels like her days are filled with constant snacks, play dates, and bedtime stories. She thinks often about the days before-before she had her children, when she and her husband had plenty of time […]

Posted May 13, 2020
Book Review: The Socialite by J’Nell Ciesielski

Book Review: The Socialite b..

REVIEW: Kat has come to Nazi-occupied Paris to rescue her sister Ellie, who is in a relationship with a Nazi. Ellie has a glamorous life in Paris, with fine clothing and parties with like-minded friends. She really doesn’t think about what all of that glitz and fun means for her family and to other people. […]

Posted May 11, 2020
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Book Review: Dali Summer by T.J. Brown

Book Review: Dali Summer by ..

REVIEW: I chose to read this book when it was offered to me for review because the main character is colorblind. I have a son that is colorblind and I struggle to understand exactly what he is seeing through his eyes. I was hoping that through Dolors’ perspective, I could begin to understand a little […]

Posted May 8, 2020
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Book Review: The Ingredients of You and Me by Nina Bocci

Book Review: The Ingredients..

REVIEW: This is exactly the type of book that I want more of. Such a fun, non-stressful read. Parker has lost her motivation. She sold her wildly successful bakery in NYC, but still can’t find her mojo. Her best friend Charlotte invites her to come visit in Hope Lake, Pennsylvania and spend some slower, more peaceful time […]

Posted May 1, 2020
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