Party Of Two by Jasmine Guillory @thebestjasmine @berkleypub

Kaceey’s Review: A chance meeting in a bar…. Olivia and Max each at the hotel bar for different reasons. Can a spark of love ignite out of this chance meeting. Or will they be two ships that sailed in different directions. Olivia a lawyer who moved from NY City to California to start her own lawContinue reading “Party Of Two by Jasmine Guillory @thebestjasmine @berkleypub”

The Wedding Game by Meghan Quinn @AuthorMegQuinn #montlake #romcom #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: “The Wedding Game” is EVERYTHING a ROM-COM Should be and MORE! Fun, Flirty, and Sexy!  It was a little steamy if you want to know the truth (yes, this girl was blushing a few times, but aside from that, I loved everything about it!).   Luna loves her brother Cohen and his fiance DeclanContinue reading “The Wedding Game by Meghan Quinn @AuthorMegQuinn #montlake #romcom #bookreview”

Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone @scribnerbooks @netgalley #fiction #fantasy #bookreview

Kaceey’s Review: Twin sisters Cat and El have been estranged for years. Living in separate parts of the world trying to put their past behind them. Until El goes missing…. Cat quickly returns home to Edinburgh from California. She refuses to believe that something has happened to El. But the investigation of her disappearance isContinue reading “Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone @scribnerbooks @netgalley #fiction #fantasy #bookreview”

The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult @randomhouse #fiction #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: Do you ever have those nightmares where you didn’t actually graduate University because you missed a few credits? Reading this book made me feel like I failed classes in Egyptology and Quantum Physics and therefore failed out of College. This novel is about Dawn, a woman whose life is unfulfilled, even though sheContinue reading “The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult @randomhouse #fiction #bookreview”

You Have a Match by Emma Lord @dilemmalord @stmartinspress #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: Light and Heartwarming. High School best friends Abby, Leo, and Connie are like the three musketeers.  About to be Seniors, they do everything together.  That includes signing up for a DNA service.  Abby and Connie mainly do it to support Leo, who is adopted and is looking to see who else might beContinue reading “You Have a Match by Emma Lord @dilemmalord @stmartinspress #bookreview”

The Last Thing to Burn by Will Dean @willrdean @AtriaBooks #suspense

Kaceey’s Review: The Last Thing To Burn Absolutely unputdownable! From page one I was pulled in and finished this amazing read in only a couple of sittings! Her captor calls her Jane.  That is not her real name but in her seven years of captivity it has become the name the monster uses to addressContinue reading “The Last Thing to Burn by Will Dean @willrdean @AtriaBooks #suspense”

The Dry by Jane Harper @janeharperautho @Flatironbooks #crimefiction #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: A Devastating Crime;  One Man’s Inescapable Past;  The Place Where it All Goes Down. When Federal Agent Aaron Falk returns home to Kiewarra in the Australian Outback, it’s not because he’s homesick.  His best friend Luke is gone, and Falk goes home to attend his funeral.  That’s not all of course.  Luke isContinue reading “The Dry by Jane Harper @janeharperautho @Flatironbooks #crimefiction #bookreview”

In The Clearing by J.P. Pomare @JPPomare @mulhollandbooks #suspense

Kaceey’s Review: Once again J.P. Pomare delivers a shocking thriller that will leave you speechless. Told from two perspectives:Amy: a young fifteen year old girl living with her “new family” all her brothers and sisters. This is no peace love and s’mores kind of clan. These children are worked morning to night with little food to sustain them.Continue reading “In The Clearing by J.P. Pomare @JPPomare @mulhollandbooks #suspense”

He Started It by Samantha Downing @smariedowning @berkleypub #bookreview #suspense

Susanne’s Review: Family: You can’t Pick ‘em, but Sometimes, you sure which you could! Ah, the nostalgia of family road trips! Unfortunately for Eddie, Beth and Portia, they don’t exactly have fond memories of the road trip they took with their dear old Grandpa when they were young. Nightmares are more like it! So why,Continue reading “He Started It by Samantha Downing @smariedowning @berkleypub #bookreview #suspense”

The Switch by Beth O’Leary @macmillanaudio @librofm #romcom #betholeary

Kaceey’s Review: A delightful read guaranteed to leave an ear-to-ear smile on your face. Leena seemingly has it all in her busy London life. A top-tier job and a strikingly handsome boyfriend. Suddenly she finds her back against the wall after being unceremoniously forced into a sabbatical from her position. Eileen is eighty and notContinue reading “The Switch by Beth O’Leary @macmillanaudio @librofm #romcom #betholeary”