Book Review: No One Knows by J.T. Ellison

Sometimes I just can’t find thrillers thrilling, or even interesting until the very end. Sadly, No One Knows by J.T. Ellison was one of those for me. Aubrey Hamilton’s husband went missing five years ago, on the eve of his best friend’s wedding. His disappearance made Aubrey a prime suspect in the case and turned herContinue reading “Book Review: No One Knows by J.T. Ellison”

Book Review: The Gravity of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry (The Elements Series #4)

In July, I signed up for a Round Robin at Keystroke Blog. There are four bloggers who have signed up to read each other’s favorite books and annotate them with our thoughts. We had to be able to read any book we received within a few weeks and be willing to read any book in anyContinue reading “Book Review: The Gravity of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry (The Elements Series #4)”

Book Review: The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin is a highly anticipated 2018 new release, that draws you in and doesn’t disappoint. In New York City, 1969, the Gold siblings have gotten word of a traveling psychic living on Hester street. This woman’s specialty is telling people the day that they will die. The four adolescent siblings sneakContinue reading “Book Review: The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin”

Book Review: The Goddesses by Swan Huntley

Let’s talk about marriage, cancer, karma, and the sins of the past. All themes of Swan Huntley’s sophomore novel, The Goddesses. Nancy Murphy and her family have moved to Kona, Hawaii from San Diego for a fresh start. Following her husband’s affair with a blonde named Shelly, they’ve seized the opportunity to move them andContinue reading “Book Review: The Goddesses by Swan Huntley”

Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Harnett

Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett, is the kind of book that I had to devour in marathon sessions, and then put down and say: “Wow, what did I just read?” Elvis Babbit is an eleven-year-old girl with a head for facts and a particular interest in zoology. She knows that most people think owls mean wisdom,Continue reading “Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Harnett”

Book Review: The Red Car by Marcy Dermansky

When I first saw The Red Car by Marcy Dermansky I immediately got a line from Shania Twain’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much” stuck in my head. “I can’t believe you kiss your car goodnight. Come on baby, tell me, you must be joking right?” The thing about Marcy Dermansky’s The Red Car, is thatContinue reading “Book Review: The Red Car by Marcy Dermansky”

The Sunday Post // July 16, 2017

It’s time to revive The Sunday Post! This is a weekly blog meme, where I catch you up on what you might have missed, give you some general updates, and link to a few other blog posts I’ve enjoyed this week. Kimberly @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer hosts this weekly meme, where bloggers can link upContinue reading “The Sunday Post // July 16, 2017”

Book Review: Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris

 Is this the perfect marriage or the perfect lie?   What really happens behind closed doors? Of course, this is a trick question because no one knows what happens behind a closed door. It’s unobservable, except when told from the perspective of one of the parties involved. Even then, the narrator isn’t entirely impartial. B.A.Continue reading “Book Review: Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris”

May Wrap-Up Post and June TBR Pile

May came in a little cold and left with beautiful summer-like weather. Finally, I can ditch my jacket and go out in a t-shirt and tank. It’s been a big month here as well. There have been new posts and a few other opprotunities I have been pursuing.  Continue reading to find out more, includingContinue reading “May Wrap-Up Post and June TBR Pile”