Book Review: Until the Day I Die by Emily Carpenter

Summary: Erin Gaines has lost her husband in a sudden and unexpected car accident. As owners of a tech company along with their best friends, Erin begins to rely on her friends and daughter for support. Erin’s friends and family decide that she needs a trip to a remote Caribbean spa to relax and regroup. …

Book Review: The Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry

Summary: Christopher and Hannah have a perfect marriage and wonderful life, but they have struggled with infertility. One day, Janie shows up at the hospital where Christopher works as a doctor and Hannah works as a nurse. Janie is an abandoned little girl who has been visibly abused and neglected. Janie is a difficult child …

Book Review: Friends Like These by Sarah Anderson

Summary: Lizzie is a young lady that has recently re-invented herself. She has lost weight, gotten a makeover, and is looking for some love. Lizzie has always been envious of Becca who seemed to have it all......until Becca had a serious accident at a party. Years later, Becca has come back into Lizzie’s life unintentionally. …

Book Review: The Neighbors by Hannah Mary McKinnon

Summary: Abby and Nate are excited about their new neighbors......until Abby realizes it is her old boyfriend who she pushed away after a terrible accident that took her brother’s life. This twisted plot features a relationship between Abby and Nate that stemmed from him as the first approaching the accident in which her brother died …

Book Review: Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson

Summary: Hen and Lloyd have moved into a new home in a suburb of Boston. Hen has had a prior history of bipolar and finally has her medication stabilized and is working as an illustrator. After a dinner party at their neighbors’ house, Hen spots an item that was a key piece in a murder …

Book Review: The Au Pair by Emma Rous

Summary: Seraphina’s mother committed suicide hours after the birth of her and her twin brother. Even stranger, the au pair also left the town and was never heard from again. The novel switches between the current time period, which is shortly after the death of Seraphine’s father and back to when the au pair was …