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Book Review: Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan

Don’t open this book thinking what you’re about to read is a mystery/suspense/thriller. While it has small elements of that genre, that is not what this book read like to me. If there’s a takeaway from Little Disasters, it is that mental health is important. Please talk to someone! Continue reading “Book Review: Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan”

Book Review: The Finders by Jeffrey B. Burton

I am the crazy cat lady that loves dog books. A book with a cat or dog on the cover immediately grabs my attention. That is how I found myself reading the first book in this new series. Continue reading “Book Review: The Finders by Jeffrey B. Burton”

Book Review: Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock

I didn’t find Smoke Screen as intense as some of Blackstock’s previous works. Continue reading “Book Review: Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock”

Book Review: The Whisper Man by Alex North

I don’t like making comparisons, but I’m going to make one anyway 😉 The Whisper Man had an almost Stephen King vibe. Do you know what I mean? A sense that something is coming, creepiness. Continue reading “Book Review: The Whisper Man by Alex North”

Book Review: Say You Still Love Me by K. A. Tucker

This book didn’t give me all the feels but was still a pleasant way to spend a few hours. Continue reading “Book Review: Say You Still Love Me by K. A. Tucker”

Book Review: Because You’re Mine by Rea Frey

A steadily paced book with lots of questions that require answers. Continue reading “Book Review: Because You’re Mine by Rea Frey”

Book Review: Two Weeks by Karen Kingsbury

Don’t let the Baxter name keep you from reading the latest from Karen Kingsbury. Two Weeks is Elise Walker’s story. While Cole Blake, son of Landon and Ashley Baxter Blake, plays a pretty big role, this book is not a focus on the Baxter family and can be read as a stand-alone. If you haven’t read the 25+ Baxter books prior to this one, starting here will not be a problem. Continue reading “Book Review: Two Weeks by Karen Kingsbury”

Book Review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Taylor Jenkins Reid has chosen an interesting way to tell a story. But does it work? Continue reading “Book Review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid”

Book Review: Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel

Many years ago, I read every Danielle Steel book I could get my hands on. I’ve only recently picked up her books again and was excited to receive a copy of Beauchamp Hall from NetGalley. Continue reading “Book Review: Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel”

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