March Book Reviews Part Two

March was a busy month for me, reading-wise. Here's the second part of my reviews. If you missed the other post, you can read it by clicking here. Between The Vines ★★★★★ After reading the first two books of Staci Troilo's latest series, I couldn't wait for Between the Vines. It didn't disappoint. Between the... Continue Reading →

March Book Reviews Part One

Hey, readers! I read quite a few books this month, so in order not to make this post so long, I divided it into two parts. Sealed Off ★★★ I don’t read a lot of cozy mysteries with amateur sleuths, but I saw this one available for check out through my local library and decided... Continue Reading →

Book Review: We Live Next Door

Hey, Everyone. My reading time has decreased somewhat in the past few weeks as I'm trying to concentrate on writing. However, I recently purchased Laura Wolfe's latest release and couldn't wait to read it. Blurb You think you know the people next door… What if they know you better? I always dreamed of moving back... 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: The Wrong Side

I discovered author Robert Bailey last year and after reading the first of his Bocephus Haynes series, I was eager for the second book. It did not disappoint. Blurb A battle-worn lawyer fights for a young man’s life in this criminally enthralling legal thriller. Teen pop star Brittany Crutcher is found dead in small-town Tennessee.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Fatal Intent

Hey, everyone. No, it's not Tuesday but since I had a tour stop yesterday, I decided to delay my book review post one day. This week's review is a medical thriller, something I don't often read. The author also mixes in an amateur sleuth, so there's an element of mystery. She also delves into the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Her Dark Lies

Hey, everyone. Lately, I've been on a spree of reading psychological thrillers. The latest is J. T. Ellison's Her Dark Lies. https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B082P4FZRK&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_B2W40YK0GW3B8AS0B566 Blurb Jutting from sparkling turquoise waters off the Italian coast, Isle Isola is an idyllic setting for a wedding. In the majestic cliff-top villa owned by the wealthy Compton family, up-and-coming artist Claire... Continue Reading →

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