I am a huge Patterson fan for those who don’t know, and this book is no exception. Unlike any other Patterson book I’ve read, it made me stand in even greater awe of the books he writes.
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The Judge’s List is another homerun by Grisham! The writing, the mystery, the intrigue—it was all spot on. I could not put this book down or read it fast enough. It may just be one of my favorite Grisham novels to date!
I am a fan of Karen White’s writing because it always lures me in. I admit reading this book made me question ever residing in an old house. But I loved how realistic everything was in White’s writing of this book.
I’m so excited to share A Story of Karma: Finding Love and Truth in the Lost Valley of the Himalaya with my reading community. This book is non-fiction, and as many of you may know, it’s not a genre a read a lot.
To Kill A King by W.L. Hawkin feature is here! The book will be available worldwide in digital and print across all platforms on March 21, 2021!
The Newcomer by Mary Kay Andrews Review is here, and let me say that this book is one of my all-time favorite Andrews novels, and that is saying a lot. For those readers that are not aware, I have an entire shelf dedicated to Andrews novels…I blame it on Hello, Summer.
My Top 5 Beach Reads 2021 are here, and I am so excited to unveil them! Everyone has been writing in asking me what I recommend reading at the beach. I decided to put together an unveiling to let you all know my picks.
First, I want to thank Celadon Books for sending me a free copy of The Plot. It was in a custom box with information from the author! I loved it!
Review: The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner is here. After I did a 30-second book review on Instagram, I got so many messages that I HAD to feature this book and give you all my thoughts.
First, I want to thank Random House for sending me a free copy of this book. As many of you know, I am a huge Josie Silver fan. I absolutely adored her holiday novel One Day in December and could not wait to read this book.
Alison Sanger and Ethan Molloy are the protagonists of this novel. It is told from Alison’s perspective, and we meet her going to school with food poisoning. Why? Well, she and Ethan are rivals at school.
In Deadly Cross, though, we get not one…not two…but THREE murders we have to solve before the end of the book! Alex Cross is back in another heart-pounding mystery!