Publisher: William Morrow

The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor | Review

The Lighthouse Keeper’..

Review: When I finished The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor, I had such large feelings that I barely knew what to say. I felt such a genuine reverence for every single character that I just had to sit still and quiet, hold my book, and absorb everywhere the story had taken them. That feeling has […]

Posted November 3, 2018
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Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy | Review

Marilla of Green Gables by S..

Review: I HAVE SO MANY FEELINGS! With fictional couples and stories, Anne of Green Gables is IT for me. There is no story I love more, especially when we start talking about the romance of Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe. When I saw that Marilla Cuthbert was getting a chance to tell her story, I […]

Posted October 26, 2018
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Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler | Review

Christmas Camp by Karen Scha..

Review: Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler is the perfect grab-some-hot-chocolate, snuggle-with-a-blanket, feel good holiday story. It is positively dripping with Christmas and I love everything about it. Haley works in advertising in Boston and dreams of becoming partner. She needs to land a huge campaign to clench the partnership, but that campaign centers around a […]

Posted October 19, 2018
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I Know You Know by Gilly MacMillan | Review

I Know You Know by Gilly Mac..

Review: Over the past few years, I’ve learned that a new Gilly Macmillan book is going to be a good time. It is so easy for me to get lost in her stories because of the multiple points of view that eventually converge. I also love the way she incorporates different forms of media (print, […]

Posted October 11, 2018
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The Secrets We Carried by Mary McNear | Review

The Secrets We Carried by Ma..

Review: I have loved every one of the Butternut Lake books by Mary McNear. Since I found out there would be a sixth book, I’ve been so eagerly anticipating it. I love the setting of Butternut Lake. For some reason, lakeside settings always appeal to me, and this series is just one of my favorites. […]

Posted October 4, 2018
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Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough | Review

Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pin..

REVIEW: Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough has a lot of what I love in terms of a thriller. There are engaging characters with multiple POV’s and interconnected storylines, plus the characters have huge secrets. There are women that find themselves at a crossroads in life, where they need to make big decisions for themselves. […]

Posted September 26, 2018
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Day of the Dead by Nicci French | Review

Day of the Dead by Nicci Fre..

REVIEW: I did something unusual this time and started a series with the final book first, which is super out-of-character for me but it really worked here. Day of the Dead is the last book in the Frieda Klein series by Nicci French, and I loved it. Going into this series, I had heard plenty […]

Posted August 7, 2018
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Left by Mary Hogan | Review

Left by Mary Hogan | Review

Review: Left by Mary Hogan is the story of how life changes for Paul and Fay Agarra after Fay begins to notice mental status changes with Paul while the couple vacations in Spain and after their return home. At first, it seems like small incidents of forgetfulness or grouchiness here and there, but soon Paul […]

Posted July 5, 2018
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Between You and Me by Susan Wiggs | Review

Between You and Me by Susan ..

Review: Between You and Me by Susan Wiggs is yet another book that I wish I had read along with someone else because I so wish I could have discussed these characters’ lives and choices as they were living and making them. By the time I got to the later parts of the story and […]

Posted June 29, 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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