Thank you so much Atria Books for sending my a copy of Heart Land in exchange for an honest review! I enjoyed this one so much it was a quick, easy, light hearted read perfect for summer! Full of southern charm and big NYC dreams and a dash of romance I give this 3.5 stars.
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!
Ok, want to talk cute romance? This is a cute romance. I enjoyed every second of it and even found myself laughing out loud quite a few times. Thank you so much Random House for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review. I give this read 4 stars, enjoyable, fun, and relatable, Surprise Me is a must read!
I was so excited to win a copy of Sometimes I lie in a giveaway hosted by Flatiron Books and Amy of LadyoftheLibrary on Instagram. This book has been a must read for me since I first read the synopsis because how could you read that synopsis and not be immediately intrigued?? And boy was it worth it. This book was crazy! Twisted, dark, and fast paced I couldn’t put this book down and rate it 4.5 stars.
“We are all just ghosts of the people we hoped that we were and counterfeit replicas of the people we wanted to be.”
A big thank you to St. Martin’s Publishing for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The twists in this book threw me for a loop and pleasantly enough I did not see them coming at all, winning! I was kept on edge the whole way through and it delivered such a unique and layered story line that was fun to read. I rate it 4 stars!
“She is oblivious to what I have done to her. She is unaware of the damage I have wrought; the ruin I have set in motion.”
Thank you so much Harlequin Books and TLC Book Tours for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review and for having me on this book tour! Debra Webb’s newest mystery had me hooked from page one, reading quickly along with the twists and turns. Fast paced, dark, and creepy I rate this 4 out of 5 stars!
Thank you so much Berkley Publishing for sending me The French Girl in exchange for an honest review! Set ten years after the disappearance of a girl a group of friends met on a trip they took, the case comes back to life and unfolds throughout the book with various twists and turns. While the writing was well done, especially for a debut author, the story was very slow and for the most part a bit boring. I finished this book feeling just ok about it and ended up giving it 3 out of 5 stars.
We have made it!!! The last book in this epic series and was it a journey or what?! Not to mention just the journey in length, 2,176 pages later, nice. Now I say “we” because I like to think by the third book in a series you haven’t looked up reviews before reading it and only see them after you have finished. But if you haven’t finished the series yet, what are you waiting for? This series is so so good! I gave this last book 4/5 stars and I will hold this series close to my heart for a while I am sure.
Diving back into this world with the longest book in the series. Holy moly 777 pages, wowie. I don’t have too much to review for this one as its the second in the series and I think it suffers a bit from middle book syndrome or whatever you may want to call it. I rated this book 3.5/5 stars!
The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is weird in a way that makes you unable to look away, it draws you in and before you know it you’ve devoured this dark tale in one sitting. With definite “Flowers in the Attic” vibes this book will grab you from page one and make you question what is right and what is wrong all the way until the very end. I rate this unique story 3.5/5 stars!