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Book Review: The Lucky One by Lori Rader-Day

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REVIEW: Alice was kidnapped as a child, but her policeman father found her within a day. He then packed up his family and moved them to another town, where he started a different career. Now, Alice works for her father at his business, and he’s super protective of her. In her spare time, she tries […]

Posted February 18, 2020
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Book Review: Home Truths by Susan Lewis

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REVIEW: Angie and Steve have three children. Their oldest son, Liam, is addicted to drugs and is involved with a violent gang. The same gang ends up violently killing Steve while their son watches on, and Angie ends up banning Liam from coming back to the house. Angie does everything she can to scrape together […]

Posted January 28, 2020
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Almost Just Friends by Jill Shalvis | Review

Almost Just Friends by Jill ..

REVIEW: Jill Shalvis books are so consistently good. Almost Just Friends is the fourth book in the Wildstone Series, but it works perfectly as a standalone. Piper Manning lives alone in the great big house that her grandparents left her after they passed away many years ago, leaving Piper to raise her younger brother and […]

Posted January 21, 2020
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The Lost Daughter by Gill Paul | Review

The Lost Daughter by Gill Pa..

REVIEW: The Lost Daughter by Gill Paul is about Grand Duchess Maria Romanov, who was rumored to have survived and escaped her family’s execution after being imprisoned by the Bolsheviks. I am not very knowledgeable about this period of time in our world history, so I was excited to dive into this dual-timeline narrative. In […]

Posted September 25, 2019
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The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter | Review

The Last Widow by Karin Slau..

REVIEW: Whoa, what a great, heart-pounding story!! Karin Slaughter is the best when it comes to thrillers! I didn’t read anything about this one at all before I started, so imagine my surprise when I found Sara Linton kidnapped by some very bad guys right in front of Will Trent. I was horrified and terrified […]

Posted September 18, 2019
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The Oysterville Sewing Circle by Susan Wiggs | Review

The Oysterville Sewing Circl..

REVIEW: The Oysterville Sewing Circle by Susan Wiggs has been a great distraction for me while I wait for Hurricane Dorian to get here. I loved this one like I love her other stories. Susan Wiggs is a total auto-read author for me. While I was reading, I kept thinking about how this is a […]

Posted September 4, 2019
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The Accidentals by Minrose Gwin | Review

The Accidentals by Minrose G..

REVIEW: This story takes place in Mississippi in the 1950’s, and Olivia is not enchanted at all by her life. She misses how things were before she married, and she longs to see Paris. She’s so disenchanted that when she finds herself pregnant, she despairs and seeks out an abortion. Olivia does not live through […]

Posted August 28, 2019
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The Lost Vintage by Ann Mah | Review

The Lost Vintage by Ann Mah ..

REVIEW: So incredibly good! I was completely transported to France while I was reading The Lost Vintage by Ann Mah. While visiting her family at their vineyard in France, Kate discovers a hidden area in the basement that has been walled-off for decades. Inside, there are countless bottles of expensive and rare wine, an area […]

Posted August 21, 2019
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Lady in the Lake by Laura Lippman | Review

Lady in the Lake by Laura Li..

REVIEW: Lady in the Lake is so good! I suspected it would be given how much I loved Lippman’s Sunburn last year. When I started Lady in the Lake, I fell right into Ms. Lippman’s storytelling all over again and now, after two of her books, I can see that hers are stories that I’ll […]

Posted August 14, 2019
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Never Look Back by Alison Gaylin | Review

Never Look Back by Alison Ga..

Review: Never Look Back by Alison Gaylin opens with letter 15-year-old April Cooper has written to her future child, and it pulled me in immediately. While this first letter is a written assignment for one of April’s ninth grade classes, she continues writing these letters and this becomes the basis for her POV throughout the […]

Posted July 17, 2019
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