Description: Best friends Evie, Krista, and Willow are just trying to make it through their mid-twenties in New York. They’re regular girls, with average looks and typical quarter-life crises: making it up the corporate ladder, making sense of online dating, and making rent. Until they come across Pretty, a magic tincture that makes them, well...gorgeous. Like,… Continue reading Georgia Clark’s “The Regulars”
Description: By the award-winning author of East of the Sun, an epic love story moving from England to India, about the forbidden love between a young Indian doctor and an English midwife. Oxfordshire, 1947. Kit Smallwood, hiding a painful secret and exhausted from nursing soldiers during the Second World War, escapes to Wickam Farm where her friend is… Continue reading “Monsoon Summer” by Julia Gregson
Description: Hard-charging, insightful, and ambitious, Jaycee Wilder wants to take her TV news career to the next level. The Los Angeles reporter is hungry for the big story. When dead girls begin to pile up at seedy nightclubs that cater to whimsical, fetish-seeking strangers, Jaycee suspects a serial killer is at work. She aligns herself with… Continue reading Jennifer Vaughn’s “Throw Away Girls”
A library in Paris – what more could a book worm like me with an unequivocal love of all things French want in a story? So when I first saw “The Paris Librarian,” I couldn’t resist the opportunity to read and review Mark Pryor’s latest novel. “The Paris Librarian” follows Hugo Marston, a former FBI… Continue reading Mark Pryor’s Latest “The Paris Librarian”
Did you know that reading a book... Helps reduce stress Keeps the brain sharp Can help you sleep better You're more likely to be empathic and understanding of others It's no secret that I'm a total bookworm, despite not having as much time to read as I may like. I've mentioned in a few… Continue reading Today is National Book Lover’s Day!
The second installment of paranormal romance “The Basilisk’s Creed” by Eme Strife continues Eli’s desperate attempt to remain afloat while her world falls apart around her. Bouncing between Eli’s perspective and soul reaper Matt’s, we are taken through the obliteration of the Atlantic Ocean under extremely unusual circumstances. Volume Two jumped right into the story without… Continue reading The Basilisk’s Creed: Volume Two
Historical fiction is by far my favorite genre, particularly stories that take place in war-torn Europe, so I immediately jumped at the opportunity to receive an advanced reading copy (ARC) of “Secrets of Nanreath Hall” by Alix Rickloff. In her debut historical novel, Alix depicts the lives of two strong women – a mother and… Continue reading “Secrets of Nanreath Hall” by Alix Rickloff