The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor @cjtudor @random house #bookreview #bookblogger

Kaceey’s Review: I have been hit and miss with this author since day one. Her first two books left me cold and I thought we would be parting ways. But no so fast….. I took a chance with her last book The Other People since the reviews were amazing and I finally saw what all the fussContinue reading “The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor @cjtudor @random house #bookreview #bookblogger”

Before She Disappeared by Lisa Gardner @penguinbooks #mysterysuspense

Kaceey’s Review: I’ve been reading Lisa Gardner’s books for years, enjoying both her series stand-alone and options equally. Sadly this latest release fell short for me. Maybe I’ve just come to expect more from this author.💁🏻‍♀️ Frankie Elkin has devoted her every waking moment to finding missing children. Her focus is on those who mayContinue reading “Before She Disappeared by Lisa Gardner @penguinbooks #mysterysuspense”

Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy @CharMcConaghy #bookreview #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: Brilliant. Moving. Uncharted.  Franny Stone is a damaged woman who loves with abandon and yet leaves with nary a thought.   She is the keeper of deep dark secrets, who is on a mission.  To follow the last migration of the Arctic Terns from Greenland to Antarctica.   Dangerous, treacherous, and uncharted, Franny finds aContinue reading “Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy @CharMcConaghy #bookreview #bookblogger”

Together We Will Go by J. Michael Straczynksi @straczynski @GalleryBooks

Susanne’s Review: Brilliant, Heart-Wrenching and So Very Unexpected. A group of strangers come together for a road trip with only one destination: The end of the road.  For these strangers, either their lives didn’t turn out as they expected or things seem utterly hopeless and when an opportunity arises, to face the end together, theyContinue reading “Together We Will Go by J. Michael Straczynksi @straczynski @GalleryBooks”

You by Caroline Kepnes @carolinekepnes #you #bookreview #bookblogger

Kaceey’s Review: Joe! You are one creepy dude! The heart wants what the heart wants. And Joe’s heart wants Guinevere, known to all as Beck! Does it matter that she is seeing someone else? No! Joe can take care of that. Does it matter that she doesn’t know he exists? No problem! Joe is moreContinue reading “You by Caroline Kepnes @carolinekepnes #you #bookreview #bookblogger”

Tunneling to the Center of the Earth by Kevin Wilson

Susanne’s Review: Wonderful, Weird, and Beautifully Hypnotic. There are very few times when short stories capture my attention.  Often when reading a short story collection, I feel like I am “missing” something.  That quintessential piece of the puzzle or the ending that completes the story.  With “Tunneling to the Center of the Earth” however, thatContinue reading “Tunneling to the Center of the Earth by Kevin Wilson”

Blacktop Wasteland by S. A. Cosby

Kaceey’s Review: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Five fabulous action-packed stars! Buckle in for an edge of your seat crime thriller that will leave you breathless. Beauregard, also known as Bug, is a man locked in a personal battle between two conflicting identities. A man emotionally split down the middle between his past and future. Ultimately, those two worlds areContinue reading “Blacktop Wasteland by S. A. Cosby”

The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

Susanne’s Review: A Beautifully Written, Heartbreaking Novel! The year is 1921, the setting is Texas, during the Great Depression. Elsa is a young woman who has never known love. Ignored by her family, she yearns for a different life.  The first time a man pays attention to her, Elsa becomes wholly smitten.  That man isContinue reading “The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah”

When Stars Rain Down by Angela Jackson-Brown

Susanne’s Review: Beautiful. Emotional. Expressive. Heart-wrenching.  Opal Pruitt is Seventeen, soon to be Eighteen in the Summer of 1936. On the cusp of adulthood, Opal has never kept company or been the victim of violence, but she’s about to experience both.    Living in a neighborhood called “Colored Town” in Parsons, Georgia, racism, and segregation runContinue reading “When Stars Rain Down by Angela Jackson-Brown”

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”