Review | The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison

Review | The Butterfly Garde..

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

Review | The Winter King by ..

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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Review | I Found You by Lisa Jewell

Review | I Found You by Lisa..

Why I Read It: I truly thought suspense/thriller books and I got off to a bad start – until I read this one. I read the one that everyone else was reading a few years ago and I think I just got caught up in the hype. Hype and I don’t mix well, and I didn’t love that book […]

Posted July 2, 2017
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Review | A Match Made on Main Street by Olivia Miles

Review | A Match Made on Mai..

Review: Chef Anna Madison is broken-hearted when her restaurant is destroyed in a fire. Even though she has insurance and the place will be back up and running soon, she still has to provide food for the local bookstore’s coffee shop, which Anna co-owns along with her sisters. With her own industrial kitchen temporarily out […]

Posted July 1, 2017
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Review | Along Came Us by Nicole McLaughlin

Review | Along Came Us by Ni..

WHY I READ IT: About two weeks ago, I talked about how much I love reading basically anything Nicole McLaughlin (previously Nicole Michaels) writes. It was a no-brainer that when the second book in her new Man Enough Series became available, I would be reading it. REVIEW: Along Came Us by Nicole McLaughlin is the second book in […]

Posted June 30, 2017
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Review + Giveaway | Until It Fades by K.A. Tucker

Review + Giveaway | Until It..

Why I Read It: I’ve been highly anticipating Until It Fades by K.A. Tucker since I first saw that she had a new book coming out. I’ve been a huge fan of K.A.’s stories since I stumbled upon Ten Tiny Breaths back in 2012 – every one of her books has left me grabby-handed for anything she teases […]

Posted June 28, 2017
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Review | A French Wedding by Hannah Tunnicliffe

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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

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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

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 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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