The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V.E. Schwab

Susanne’s Review: Oh, Addie Larue, How I Adore You! Making a deal with the devil (aka “The Darkness”) seems impossible and yet that is exactly what Adeline Larue does.   The year is 1714.  The place is France.  From the moment the deal is struck, Adeline Larue’s life is changed forever.   For Addie. Never again, willContinue reading “The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V.E. Schwab”

South of the Deuce by James L. Thane

Susanne’s Review: Chilling and Thrilling!  A Brutal Murder of a young woman.  Her body, found in a Park.  A Purse found on her, with a driver’s license from a woman who was murdered in the same exact location forty years prior. Days later, another woman’s body is found in the same location, with another connectionContinue reading “South of the Deuce by James L. Thane”

Every Last Secret by A.R. Torre

Kaceey’s Review: “I will have you Yes, I will have you I will find a way and I will have you” Obsession….relentless…flaming desire!  Oh my goodness! What a wickedly delicious read! A mind-blowing cast of characters that you will just love to hate!  Cat and William have the perfect marriage. Thirteen years and going strongContinue reading “Every Last Secret by A.R. Torre”

One Step Behind by Lauren North

*Kaceey’s Review: Jenna is an Emergency Room physician. Married with 2 children her life should be perfect. As is often the case it’s far from it. Her marriage strained to the limit. Oh yeah…and she has a stalker that authorities are so far unable to catch, making her life rather miserable. What are the chancesContinue reading “One Step Behind by Lauren North”

My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult

Susanne’s Review: Life sure can be ugly, messy, and complicated. A perfect example of that is depicted in Jodi Picoult’s “My Sister’s Keeper.” The emotions I felt while reading this heart-wrenching novel were mainly anger, frustration, and a whole lot of sadness. At thirteen, Anna is the little sister, though from everything she’s gone throughContinue reading “My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult”

The Nowhere Man (Orphan X #2) by Gregg Hurwitz

Susanne’s Review: Desperate. Methodical. Powerful. The tables have turned and this time, it’s Evan Smoak (formerly known as Orphan X) who desperately needs help. Can I just say NO?! Please don’t hurt Evan, I love him! Held captive by a vicious man with unlimited resources and a need for money, Evan has to use everyContinue reading “The Nowhere Man (Orphan X #2) by Gregg Hurwitz”

The Minders by John Marrs

Kaceey’s Review: John Marrs pulled it off again. A fabulous out–of-the-box thriller certain to leave you speechless. Five random people…chosen by the government to become minders. Surely you ask… what is a minder? They are individuals willing to have an implant placed in their brains. Shouldn’t be a problem, right? After all, this innocent littleContinue reading “The Minders by John Marrs”

Long Bright River by Liz Moore

Kaceey’s Review: Long Bright River has been sitting quietly and lonely on my shelf for well, let’s just say too long! Not sure why. Just never felt like the right time to read it. Once the audio version became available I knew it was the perfect opportunity to dive in and enjoy both the written andContinue reading “Long Bright River by Liz Moore”

Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson

*Susanne’s Review Endearing and Wholly Entertaining! “Nothing to See Here” is one wild novel that will capture your heart from the get go. Lillian is a gal who has always felt like she was an outcast. Unfortunately for her, life did not exactly turn out the way she imagined. The day her dear old friendContinue reading “Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson”

One Two Three by Laurie Frankel

*Susanne’s Review: “One Two Three” by Laurie Frankel is unlike any book I’ve ever read before. It is wholly originally, complex, compelling, profound, quirky and brilliant. When I saw this book on Netgalley, I knew I had to read it, as I loved Laurie Frankel’s prior book, “This is How it Always Is.” This novelContinue reading “One Two Three by Laurie Frankel”