The Wedding Season by Katy Birchall @KatyBirchall @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #womensfiction #contemporaryfiction #bookreviewers

Kaceey’s Review: Freya’s life took a head-whipping turn, from the happiest moments completing her last-minute preparations for her wedding, to shock and devastation when her fiancé Matthew calls off the wedding the day before the nuptials. How will Freya recover? Will she recover? Will her heart ever mend enough for her to leave the houseContinue reading “The Wedding Season by Katy Birchall @KatyBirchall @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #womensfiction #contemporaryfiction #bookreviewers”

One Step Too Far by Lisa Gardner @LisaGardnerBks @DuttonBooks @NetGalley

Kaceey’s Review: Frankie Elkin has devoted her life to helping find people once the authorities have given up. She is rather broken but continues to forge ahead, putting others ahead before herself.   When she hears about a search party that has gathered for the fifth anniversary of Tim, a missing hiker, she quickly hitches aContinue reading “One Step Too Far by Lisa Gardner @LisaGardnerBks @DuttonBooks @NetGalley”

Curfew by Jayne Cowie @CowieJayne @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #dystopian #sciencefiction #mystery #fiction

A Highly Intelligent Character-Driven Dystopian Novel! Imagine a time and place where violence is curtailed, and women dominate in all areas. Discrimination and racism no longer exist.  How has this been achieved? It’s called the Curfew.  In Britain, after the government determines that most violent crime occurs because of men, they are electronically tagged withContinue reading “Curfew by Jayne Cowie @CowieJayne @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #dystopian #sciencefiction #mystery #fiction”

Three Sisters by Heather Morris #heathermorris @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #historicalfiction #fiction

A harrowing tale of Three Sisters and the promise they made to each other. The year is 1942, the place is Slovakia.   Cibi, Magda, and Livia are teenagers living when the Nazis come. Though they made a promise to their father to stay together, the Nazis have their orders. Cibi and Livia are taken toContinue reading “Three Sisters by Heather Morris #heathermorris @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #historicalfiction #fiction”

The Deepest of Secrets by Kelley Armstrong #kelleyarmstrong @MinotaurBooks @NetGalley #mysterysuspense #bookbloggers

Kaceey’s Review: Book seven of Kelley Armstrong’s ‘Rockton’ series. So, you’re probably wondering…what is Rockton? Glad you asked! Well, Rockton is a fictional town hidden deep into the Yukon. Where one can go (providing the committee approves you) to remain hidden until the proverbial dust settles in their lives. And the reasons run the fullContinue reading “The Deepest of Secrets by Kelley Armstrong #kelleyarmstrong @MinotaurBooks @NetGalley #mysterysuspense #bookbloggers”

It All Comes Down To This by Therese Anne Fowler#thereseannefowler @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #generalfiction #fiction #bookreview

It All Comes Down to This:  Unfortunately, this Book Was a Let Down for me.  And I had VERY High Hopes. I SIMPLY adored Therese Anne Fowler’s prior book A Good Neighborhood. It was in fact one of my favorite reads of 2019. I, therefore, couldn’t wait to get my hands on her next release..andContinue reading “It All Comes Down To This by Therese Anne Fowler#thereseannefowler @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #generalfiction #fiction #bookreview”

The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave #lauradave #mystery #suspense #bookreviewer

Highly Intriguing! When her husband Owen disappears after a highly publicized scandal at work, Hannah Hall is stunned.  After all, he left his daughter Bailey in her care along with a note with two words written on it:  “Protect Her.”  Bailey is left with much more… a duffel bag full of money in her lockerContinue reading “The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave #lauradave #mystery #suspense #bookreviewer”

The Bodyguard by Katherine Center @katherinecenter @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #womensfiction #contemporaryfiction

Kaceey’s Review: A tad predictable but didn’t take away from my enjoyment one little bit! Hannah Brooks works for a private security firm as an Executive Protection Agent. More commonly referred to as a bodyguard. No, she’s not your typical, hulking figure at six feet plus. Far from it, Hannah is an inch or twoContinue reading “The Bodyguard by Katherine Center @katherinecenter @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #womensfiction #contemporaryfiction”

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren @ChristinaLauren #ya #lgbtqia #fiction #bookreview

Simply Perfect in Every Way. After moving to Provo, Utah, Tanner has had some adjustments to make.  Mainly in learning how to live his life in a predominantly Mormon town.  Having moved from liberal Palo Alto, things are quite different.  Especially for someone like Tanner, who identifies as bisexual. Though his family accepts him forContinue reading “Autoboyography by Christina Lauren @ChristinaLauren #ya #lgbtqia #fiction #bookreview”

The Night Shift by Alex Finlay #alexfinlay @MinotaurBooks @NetGalley @Mystery @Suspense @bookbloggers

Kaceey’s Review: It’s New Year’s Eve. 1999. While most of the world is out partying or hiding from Y2K. Five teens are working the night shift at the local blockbuster. Only one will survive the night. Fifteen years later an eerily similar massacre just occurred at the local ice cream shop. Once again, only oneContinue reading “The Night Shift by Alex Finlay #alexfinlay @MinotaurBooks @NetGalley @Mystery @Suspense @bookbloggers”