Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell *Review*

A huge thank you to Atria Books for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review!  I couldn’t tell you how excited I was to get my hands on this book and it didn’t disappoint.  Four stars from me!

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A Hundred Small Lessons by Ashley Hay *Review+Giveaway+Tour*

Thank you so much TLC Book Tours and Atria Books for sending me a copy of A Hundred Small Lessons in exchange for an honest review, and for having me on this tour!

Following the lives of two different women intertwined by a single house, this story touches on the changes and daily struggles experienced through different stages of life.  A heartwarming story with out all the drama, but all the realities of life and lovable characters I rate this book 3.5 stars!

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Broken Bay by Andrea Dunlop *Review*

4.5/5 stars.  Thank you Andrea for sending me an advance copy of your novella in exchange for an honest review.

I loved this novella!  Here’s the thing, I don’t read novellas often and when I do I don’t really enjoy them as I find the story to be undeveloped and not well written.  However, this novella had me hooked from page one and the writing kept me speeding through so I finished this 94 page mystery in an hour.  A story about a bachelorette party in a supposedly haunted house on a secluded island and the bride to be goes missing, yup this is a fun story for any mystery lover!

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Maybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid *Review*

“What if”  What if I chose this decision that night? What if I hadn’t done this?  Our lives take the paths they do based on the decisions we make, so what if we had decided differently?  That is exactly what this 5 star read is all about and that no matter what choices we do make, ultimately our lives come together as they should, maybe a bit differently had we gone down certain paths, but it will always work out in the end.

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