April Book Reviews Part Two

Hey, everyone. I posted the first part of my April reviews last week. If you missed that post, you can find it here. Now for the second half. Means to Deceive ★★★★★ This was my first time reading anything by author Alex Craigie. I'm glad I did. If I had to summarize this book in... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Lighthouse

I’ve always been fascinated with lighthouses, so the title and cover of this book drew me in. After reading the blurb, it sounded like a good read, so I obtained an ARC. Blurb Amy Tucker is struggling to put her life back together following the death of her mother. The loss has left the eighteen-year-old... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Wild Girls

Today's review is another book I picked up through Net Galley. The release date is April 26, 2022, but it's available for preorder. Blurb FOUR FRIENDS. A LUXURY RETREAT. IT’S GOING TO BE MURDER. It’s been years since Grace, Felicity, Alice, and Hannah were together. The “Wild Girls,” as they were once called, are no... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Greenwich Park

It's Tuesday, so that means it's time for another book review. I read this back in July and had originally scheduled this post for early next year since the book releases on January 4, 2022. However, I decided to go ahead and post my review. Blurb Helen’s idyllic life—handsome architect husband, gorgeous Victorian house, and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Reckless Girls

Several years ago, I read Vincent Bugliosi’s And The Sea Will Tell, the true story about two couples who sailed to a deserted island in the Pacific. Only one couple came back alive. I was reminded of that book when a friend recommended Reckless Girls. After reading her review, I immediately snatched up an ARC.... Continue Reading →

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