The Angel Maker by Alex North @writer_north @CeladonBooks @NetGalley @MacmillanAudio

Susanne’s Review: Another Pulse Pounding Thriller from Alex North!   Fate is a funny thing. Either you believe in it, or you don’t. Alan Hobbes is a Professor who teaches Fate, and Free Will, and believes fully in both. As if he knew, or had some sort of intuition, a few hours before Alan Hobbes isContinue reading “The Angel Maker by Alex North @writer_north @CeladonBooks @NetGalley @MacmillanAudio”

The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hilderbrand @elinhilderbrand @littlebrown @NetGalley #contemporaryfiction #womensfiction

Susanne’s Review: Take a mini-vacation with Elin Hilderbrand’s The Hotel Nantucket! Immersing myself in this novel felt like I was in Nantucket, traipsing the cobblestone streets and going to Miacomet. If only! I barely even remember what a vacation feels like at this point! The new novel by Elin Hilderbrand centers around The Hotel Nantucket,Continue reading “The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hilderbrand @elinhilderbrand @littlebrown @NetGalley #contemporaryfiction #womensfiction”

One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke #lucyclarkebooks @PutnamBooks @NetGalley #mystery #suspense

Susanne’s Review: A Girls Trip from Hell! Oh, how I wanted to love this…. Having read and really liked all of Lucy Clarke’s other books I was eagerly awaiting her next book, sadly One of the Girls did not deliver. Six women travel to the Greek Island of Aegos for Lexi’s Hen Weekend. What seemsContinue reading “One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke #lucyclarkebooks @PutnamBooks @NetGalley #mystery #suspense”

The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson @SampsonF @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #contemporaryfiction

Susanne’s Review: Predictably Cute and oh so Heartwarming! If you’re looking for a book to make you laugh and smile, The Last Chance Library is it. June Jones is a Library Assistant who has never stepped out of her comfort zone.  Moving back home many moons ago to take care of her ailing mother, whoContinue reading “The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson @SampsonF @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #contemporaryfiction”

My Summer Darlings by May Cobb @BerkleyPub @NetGalley @edelweiss_squad #fiction #domestic suspense #mystery #bookreview #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: Extremely Weak Women. Anger, Betrayal, and Idiocy. Fake “Lifelong” Female Friends who backstab each other day in, day out.  Graphic Nasty Raunchy Trashy Sex.  Color me sick. To be perfectly frank, absolutely revolted. In case you didn’t get it, this book was not for me.   The main reason is this: I abhor booksContinue reading “My Summer Darlings by May Cobb @BerkleyPub @NetGalley @edelweiss_squad #fiction #domestic suspense #mystery #bookreview #bookblogger”

The Party at Number 12 by Kerry Wilkinson @kerrywk @bookouture @NetGalley #thriller #suspense #bookreview

Kaceey’s Review: I’m a huge Kerry Wilkinson fan, so when I saw his latest release offered as an audio I couldn’t resist! And once again… he delivers! Newly divorced, Hanna decides to throw herself a well-deserved going away party for herself before setting off on a dream trip abroad. She’s even rented a house soContinue reading “The Party at Number 12 by Kerry Wilkinson @kerrywk @bookouture @NetGalley #thriller #suspense #bookreview”

Billy Summers by Stephen King @StephenKing #mystery #suspense #characterdrivenfiction #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: Quite the Tale! Billy Summers is gripping, entertaining, somewhat surprising, and yet, somewhat predictable.   What I loved:   The character of Billy. Brilliant, sweet, kind, and as honest as he can be, given his career choice. Alice Maxwell. What a surprise she turned out to be.   The friendship that developed between Billy & Alice.  Continue reading “Billy Summers by Stephen King @StephenKing #mystery #suspense #characterdrivenfiction #bookreview”

The Favor by Nora Murphy @NoraMurphyBooks @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #domesticsuspense #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger

Kaceey’s Review: The best favors are those you don’t need to ask for…. Leah and McKenna have never met, but they have a great deal in common. Primarily, their abusive husbands.  When the two women incidentally cross paths Leah realizes that McKenna is as trapped as she is. How will both women find a wayContinue reading “The Favor by Nora Murphy @NoraMurphyBooks @StMartinsPress @NetGalley #domesticsuspense #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger”

The Family You Make by Jill Shalvis @JillShalvis @WmMorrowBooks @NetGalley #contemporaryfiction #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: Just Right. I’ve always believed that family is what you make of it, thus the new series by Jill Shalvis, The Family You Make, struck a chord with me. Jane is a woman who has never stayed in one place  A nomad who has moved around, she grew up in Sunrise Cove andContinue reading “The Family You Make by Jill Shalvis @JillShalvis @WmMorrowBooks @NetGalley #contemporaryfiction #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger”

The It Girl by Ruth Ware @RuthWareWriter @GalleryBooks @NetGalley #thriller #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: Can You Say Ruh Roh? The It Girl started out strong and petered out at the end. I had such high hopes for this one! I adore Ruth Ware and admittedly love character driven novels. In the beginning I was all in and that excitement carried on until about 70-75% and then IContinue reading “The It Girl by Ruth Ware @RuthWareWriter @GalleryBooks @NetGalley #thriller #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger”