Book Review: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

The Last Time I Lied was my favorite thriller of 2018! It had an amazing storyline that sucked me into reading into the late hours of the night while my whole family was sound asleep. Along with the captivating storyline, it had such suspense that kept me on edge the entire book! The cherry on …

Book Review: The House Swap by Rebecca Fleet

The House Swap is the first novel I've read by Rebecca Fleet, and I definitely enjoyed this one! Caroline and Francis receive an offer to "house swap" with a stranger that Caroline has never met. Caroline and Francis live in a flat in London and are given the chance to head to an upscale suburb …

Book review: The Ex by Alafair Burke

This was my second book by Alafair Burke, and she is the real deal! Twenty years ago, Olivia Randall dated Jack Harris and broke his heart. Jack thought they would spend the rest of their lives together, and Olivia threw it all away. As time passed, Olivia Randall has developed into one of New York's …

13 Books To Keep You Warm and Cozy This Fall of 2018

Since fall is quickly approaching, I began searching for books to look forward to this fall. I love spring and summer, and I am not normally a big fan of the colder weather, back to the grind, and cold mornings. Coming up with a list of books to look forward to this fall helps me …

Book Review: Lies You Never Told Me by Jennifer Donaldson

Lies You Never Told me is a young adult novel that changes perspective between two teens-Elyse and Gabe. Elyse has been cast as the lead of Juliet in their high school production of Romeo and Juliet.  Elyse begins to try to find her identity by dealing with problems at home and flirtations during rehearsals.  Gabe …

Book Review: Girls’ Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke

Ashley, Lauren, and Natalie have been friends for many years. Their friendships have had many negative aspects recently.  They travel to Tulum, Mexico to try to salvage their friendships. Their last night in Mexico, Ashley goes missing and Natalie can't remember what happened after she wakes up in a wet dress on the beach the …

Book review: The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

Hal is a young girl with no family; her mother has recently passed away. Hal never knew her father. Hal works as a fortune teller using tarot cards as her income, but Hal is struggling with her finances since her mother has died. One day, Hal receives a letter bequeathing her an inheritance from a …

Book review: Our Little Secret by Roz Nay

This novel begins with the police interrogation of Angela Pettijean asking about the disappearance of Saskia Parker, who is the wife of her high school sweetheart. The novel shifts to Angela's narrative of the past and describes how she fell in love with HP, and she describes their love story to the detective. Their romance …