The Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter

*Susanne’s Review Well Played Karin Slaughter, Well Played. Oops You did it againYou played with my heart.. My oh My.. what a wild, crazy, heart stopping, laugh out loud, tear-filled ride “The Silent Wife” turned out to be. Going in, I had no idea what to expect. What I got was Jeffrey. My Jeffrey. Jeffrey Tolliver.Continue reading “The Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter”

Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger

*Kaceey’s Review I’ve been a long time fan of Lisa Unger, I think I’ve read every book she has released. And I have to say this might be her best to date! Do you believe in coincidences? A chance meeting in a train. Selena sits down next to a stranger. Soon she finds herself tellingContinue reading “Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger”

Ready Player Two by Ernest Cline

*Susanne’s Review Wil Wheaton is Back! And that my friends, made the geek in me one very Happy Girl! Another day in the Oasis, brings on another contest for Wade Watts and his friends. This time, it’s to find the “Seven Shards of the Siren’s Soul” hidden by none other than Kira, Og’s late wife.Continue reading “Ready Player Two by Ernest Cline”

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

*Susanne’s Review: FanFRAKKINGtastic! So, I’m a nerd and I always have been (in case it wasn’t already clear to all of you). I’m pretty geeky in a myriad of ways and I’m proud of it. I’m now sure how, but somehow I missed the boat on reading “Ready Player One” until now (what planet haveContinue reading “Ready Player One by Ernest Cline”

Someone’s Listening by Seraphina Nova Glass

*Kaceey’s Review: Dr. Faith Finley has achieved the level of success she’s always dreamed of. Not only does she host a radio spot dispensing advice, she’s also penned a self-help novel, all but guaranteed to launch her career even further. So what happens when a former client accuses her of the unthinkable? Will all she’sContinue reading “Someone’s Listening by Seraphina Nova Glass”

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

*Susanne’s Review: “Anxious People” is a thought provoking, heart-wrenching, comical novel that leaves you in wonderment. It’s Fredrik Backman at his best. At its heart, this book deals with human connection and the impact people have on each other. It showcases Mr. Backman’s talent in an entirely new way and it is another reminder as to whyContinue reading “Anxious People by Fredrik Backman”

Prodigal Son (Orphan X #6) by Gregg Hurwitz

*Kaceey’s Review: All right Evan Smoak…you’ve got yourself in some sticky situations before. But this time, all I can say is “good luck pal!”🙈 Book six of the Orphan X series is every bit the white-knuckled, action packed romp as all its predecessors! Can’t poor Evan ever have a normal life? Maybe one that oh,Continue reading “Prodigal Son (Orphan X #6) by Gregg Hurwitz”

Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam

*Susanne’s Review: Dark, atmospheric, eerie and harrowing. A relaxing vacation on Long Island turns out to be anything but for Amanda, Clay and their children Archie and Rose. What at first seemed like the perfect vacation at an Airbnb is disturbed by a knock at the door late one night. It’s the homeowners: G.H. andContinue reading “Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam”

How to Fail at Flirting by Denise Williams

*Kaceey’s Review: Now that was exactly what the doctor ordered! A true rom com that left my heart aflutter. Naya (like a Papaya) swore off men three years ago after an abusive relationship that nearly cost her well…everything. While out for an evening with her two best friends, they compose a little list for Naya.Continue reading “How to Fail at Flirting by Denise Williams”