Book review: Planes, Train, and all the Feels by Livy Hart

Planes, Trains, and All the Feels is a dual POV romcom that follows two characters trying to get across the U.S. but facing barriers every step of the way. Cassidy is rushing to California for her sisters wedding. As the maid of honor, she’s got things to do in order to help her sister have […]

Book Review: The Girls of Summer by Katie Bishop

As a teenager, Rachel spent a summer on a remote Greek island. She soaked up the sun, made new friends, partied, and fell in love. Alistair was twenty years Rachel’s senior and worked for a wealthy businessman. Rachel and her friends were soon invited to parties at the home of the illustrious Henry Taylor and […]

Book Review: No Two Persons by Erica Bauermeister

Wow! The first time I read a book by Erica Bauermeister I had intended to skim the 1st chapter only and ended up powering through it in 5 hours (and I am a slow reader!). Once again, I was sucked into her book and emerged hours later, completely amazed at the journey I’d just taken. […]

Book Review: Next! By Joanne Lipman

The business world is full of stories of people who made huge shifts in their career track and celebrated massive success. Whether they were following their dreams, a seemingly sudden impulse, or just recognized a new opportunity and veered onto that course, something called to those people enough that they gave up comfort for a […]

Book Review: How I’ll Kill You by Ren DeStefano

This is the story of Jade, her first love, and her first time. But Jade isn’t her real name. And this isn’t so much about her first sexual experience as her first murder. Jade (also known as Sissy, though that’s not her real name either) has come to Rainwood, AZ for her first kill. She […]

Book Review: The Stranded by Sarah Daniels

Forty years after a war and deadly epidemic, the Arcadia—a former cruise ship turned refugee camp—is still refused a landing in the Federated States. This floating colony of wealthy passengers, military, underprivileged, and gangs have been living together, carving out their version of society within the increasingly cramped confines of the Arcadia, just waiting until […]

Book Review: The Villa by Rachel Hawkins

Houses remember. That is how The Villa opens. Once you read about Villa Aestas, you’ll have no doubts! Emily and Chess’s lifelong friendship is feeling the strain of their stressful and diverging lives. Fresh from a divorce, Emily jumps at the chance for an Italian getaway with her friend. Six weeks in the a high-end […]

Book Review: Foul Lady Fortune by Chloe Gong

The Cai house in Shanghai has been abandoned. The Scarlet gang is gone and it’s feud with the White Flowers is just a lingering wound in the memory of Rosalind Lange. Four years ago, Rosalind was brought back from the brink of death by a scientific serum. Now, she’s the most dangerous weapon in the […]

Book Review: Run, Rose, Run by Dolly Parton and James Patterson

AnnieLee Keyes is determined to make it in Nashville. She’s arrived in town with no money, no place to stay, and nothing but sheer determination to get her through. She manages to get an opportunity to perform at The Cat’s Paw, a local dive bar where she catches the attention of Ethan Blake. Ethan is […]

Book Review: Belladonna (Belladonna #1) by Adalyn Grace

Death first visited Signa Farrow when she was just a baby. Years later, the orphan has been raised by a succession of relatives, each more interested in Signa’s fortune than in the girl herself. Each of those relatives met an untimely end. Now, Signa has found herself in the conservatorship of the Hawthorn family, a […]