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Book Review: Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris

Bring Me Back held none of the intensity of Paris’ debut novel and unfortunately was a disappointment. Continue reading “Book Review: Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris”

Book Review: All the Little Lights by Jamie McGuire

Both Elliott Youngblood and Catherine Calhoun feel like outcasts and find an easy friendship with each other because of that. But when Catherine needs him most, Elliott is forced to leave town. When he finally returns, he and Catherine are different people. Catherine hasn’t forgiven Elliott for abandoning her, but he’s determined to win back her friendship and her heart. Continue reading “Book Review: All the Little Lights by Jamie McGuire”

Review + Blog Tour + Giveaway: Lyric by Molly McAdams

Bookish Devices is honored to be helping celebrate the release of Lyric, the latest from Molly McAdams.  Continue reading “Review + Blog Tour + Giveaway: Lyric by Molly McAdams”

Book Review: Wicked River by Jenny Milchman

Someone is watching you! Can you sense them there just behind you? Can you feel the chill run up your spine? Continue reading “Book Review: Wicked River by Jenny Milchman”

Book Review: Dead Girl Running by Christina Dodd

Love a hot mess? Then this book has your name written in it. Gosh that sounds mean, but hot mess is all I’ve got. Continue reading “Book Review: Dead Girl Running by Christina Dodd”

Book Review: What You Want to See by Kristen Lepionka

Private Investigator Roxane Weary returns in Lepionka’s second novel and I enjoyed her character just as much this time around. Continue reading “Book Review: What You Want to See by Kristen Lepionka”

Book Review: After Anna by Lisa Scottoline

Do you enjoy a good plot twist? Then the latest from Lisa Scottoline should be added to your list ASAP! Continue reading “Book Review: After Anna by Lisa Scottoline”

Book Review: The Good Liar by Catherine McKenzie

When an explosion rips apart a Chicago building, the lives of Cecily, Kate and Franny are forever altered. Fast forward one year to find Cecily still in mourning, Kate hoping that her past won’t catch up with her, and Franny searching for her birth mother. Continue reading “Book Review: The Good Liar by Catherine McKenzie”

Book Review: Not That I Could Tell by Jessica Strawser

I really enjoyed Strawser’s first novel, but this one didn’t quite hit the mark. Continue reading “Book Review: Not That I Could Tell by Jessica Strawser”

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