The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn Soloman

Kaceey’s Review: Shay Goldstein has dreamed of being on public radio her whole life. To follow in her late father’s footsteps. But despite years of dedication and sacrifice, finds herself on the other side of the booth producing rather than presenting. When younger male hotshot Dominic Yun is instead presented the opportunity to sit inContinue reading “The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn Soloman”

The Startup Wife by Tahmima Anam

Susanne’s Review: When it comes to Business, it’s not always a Pleasure – even if you’re working with Loved Ones. Asha and Cyrus went to the same High School.  At the time, Asha had had a huge crush on him little did she know that years later, they’d meet again, fall in love and startContinue reading “The Startup Wife by Tahmima Anam”

And Every Morning The Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman

Susanne’s Review: Fredrik Backman: You brought me to my knees. This novella had me sobbing, smiling, laughing and in bewildered awe of the beautiful words that you are able to write so melodically on a page. You capture emotion between characters so exquisitely. In this incredible novella, Grandpa and Noahnoah (his grandson) have a veryContinue reading “And Every Morning The Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman”

This Time Next Year by Sophie Cousens

Susanne’s Review: THIS!  Is Everything a Rom-Com Should Be and More! “This Time Next Year” by Sophie Cousens delivers all the feels and is clever, smart, sassy, and sexy to boot.  It simply doesn’t get better than this! Born on New Year’s Day in 1990, Minnie Cooper has always felt unlucky.  Why?  Another child (QuinnContinue reading “This Time Next Year by Sophie Cousens”

Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry by Joya Goffney

Susanne’s Review: What happens when a teenage girl’s journal that includes all of her most personal thoughts goes missing?  Lots of heartbreak, a side of humor, and a whole lot of love.   Quinn is a High School Senior, filled with a little hope and a whole lot of fear. All of which she pours intoContinue reading “Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry by Joya Goffney”

Beartown and Us Against You by Fredrik Backman

Susanne’s Reviews: Beartown Fredrik Backman: You’ve left me drained, almost completely bereft of words. This is a novel, unlike any of your others, yet it’s so full of heart and emotion that we the readers know emphatically that it is yours. And after the last words have sunk into my soul, I can emphatically say,Continue reading “Beartown and Us Against You by Fredrik Backman”

The Cactus by Sarah Haywood

Susanne’s Review: What does it take to find your true self?  Life-Changing Events. Susan is a 45 (forty-five) year-old woman who is prickly as a pear or rather as prickly as cactus if I’m going to get technical. Friendly isn’t exactly her forte. Set in her ways, Susan prefers routine and likes to be alone.Continue reading “The Cactus by Sarah Haywood”

Writers and Lovers by Lily King

Susanne’s Review: Just call it Love, Pure and Simple. “Writers and Lovers” by Lily King is the story of Casey Peabody, a 31-year-old woman who knows pain and defeat and knows it well.  A waitress and a struggling writer, Casey recently lost her mother and is $73,000 in debt due to exorbitant college loans thatContinue reading “Writers and Lovers by Lily King”

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

Susanne’s Review: Atmospheric, Dark, Eerie, Fantastical and Mystical. When Alex Stern arrives at Yale University in New Haven, CT, her past is just one of the many things she simply cannot escape. The Grays are the other. Alex is quite special you see and that is why she is recruited. Alex has a very uniqueContinue reading “Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo”

The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher

Kaceey’s Review: Well, I certainly wasn’t expecting that! Juno is a former therapist, married with a family. Then she lost it all. Down on her luck, she finds the perfect solution by moving in with Winnie and her family.    Juno doesn’t take up much room and does her best to be as unobtrusive as possible.Continue reading “The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher”