The Other Me by Sarah Zachrich Jeng @sarahzj @BerkleyPub @NetGalley @edelweiss_squad #suspense #thriller #mystery #speculativefiction #sciencefiction #bookreviewers

Kaceey’s Review: Haven’t we all at one time or another pondered what our lives might have been like had we made different choices when we were younger? And what if you were given the opportunity to actually live that life?  But, what if YOU weren’t the one to make that decision! Kelly is living theContinue reading “The Other Me by Sarah Zachrich Jeng @sarahzj @BerkleyPub @NetGalley @edelweiss_squad #suspense #thriller #mystery #speculativefiction #sciencefiction #bookreviewers”

It Started with a Dog (Lucky Dog #2) by Julia London @JuliaFLondon @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #romcom #contemporaryfiction #bookbloggers #rottiepuppy

Susanne’s Review: Seriously Cute, though a Tad Predictable. A Ridiculous Lyft Share Ends with an Inadvertent Phone Swap and a Meet Cute. If only life worked out this way, for real!  Ha. When Harper Thompson and Jonah Rodgers inadvertently swap phones during a wild Lyft share, they of course start swapping text messages. The factContinue reading “It Started with a Dog (Lucky Dog #2) by Julia London @JuliaFLondon @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #romcom #contemporaryfiction #bookbloggers #rottiepuppy”

Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #kerrywinfrey #romcom #contemporaryfiction #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: Call me a Dissenter.   Truth be told, I went into this book with the HIGHEST of hopes.  I adored “Waiting for Tom Hanks” and liked “Not Like the Moves” the predecessors to “Very Sincerely Yours” by Kerry Winfrey and thought this premise sounded totes adorbs.  Unfortunately, the delivery simply didn’t hold a candleContinue reading “Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #kerrywinfrey #romcom #contemporaryfiction #bookblogger”

Isn’t It Bromantic? by Lyssa Kay Adams #lyssakayadams @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #romcom #bookbloggers

Kaceey’s Review: This is a series I have been loving from the start. A male book club dedicated to the reading of romance novels in order to help better themselves and make them better partners for their wives and girlfriends. Fun right!? And to this point it was. But with this latest release of bookContinue reading “Isn’t It Bromantic? by Lyssa Kay Adams #lyssakayadams @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #romcom #bookbloggers”

The Break-Up Book Club by Wendy Wax @Wendy_Wax @BerkleyPub #BlogTour #womensfiction #bookreviewers #bookblogger

Kaceey’s Review: With the help of your friends, you can get through just about anything! This is a touching read of friendship, loss, and heartache, but most importantly the strength to finding oneself and move on. Told through the perspective of four very different and distinct voices. You are taken on a journey as theyContinue reading “The Break-Up Book Club by Wendy Wax @Wendy_Wax @BerkleyPub #BlogTour #womensfiction #bookreviewers #bookblogger”

A Million Things by Emily Spurr @SpurrEmily @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #fiction #bookblogger #bookreview

Kaceey’s Review: All the stars ⭐️  I went into this read rather blind, as I do for most of my reads.   At first, I was shocked, wondering what I had signed up for. But intrigued enough to continue. Midway I was so captivated I could not put it down. Thinking about the characters any timeContinue reading “A Million Things by Emily Spurr @SpurrEmily @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #fiction #bookblogger #bookreview”

The Nature of Fragile Thing by Susan Meissner @SusanMeissner @BerkleyPub #librarybook #audiobook #historicalfiction #fiction #blogger #bookreviewer

Susanne’s Review: Completely Captivating! Sophie is an Irish Immigrant, who after arriving in New York, answers an ad for a mail-order bride.  Arriving in San Francisco shortly thereafter, she immediately marries Martin Hocking, though she does not know him.  He is looking for a mate and most importantly a father to his 5-year-old daughter Kat. Continue reading “The Nature of Fragile Thing by Susan Meissner @SusanMeissner @BerkleyPub #librarybook #audiobook #historicalfiction #fiction #blogger #bookreviewer”

The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix @grady_hendrix @BerkleyPub #fiction #thriller #bookreview #bookblogger

Kaceey’s Review: Are you a fan of the old slasher movies? Did you find yourself screaming at the teenagers not to go into the basement? The movies where there would be one line girl who survived the massacre by killing the deranged monster. She is what’s referred to as a Final Girl. This is theirContinue reading “The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix @grady_hendrix @BerkleyPub #fiction #thriller #bookreview #bookblogger”

The Invisible Husband of Frick Island by Colleen Oakley @OakleyColleen @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #blogblitz #blogger #bookreview #blogtour

Kaceey’s Review: Well if you are looking for a heartwarming read that will wrap itself around your heart… look no further. You have found it right here with this gem of a read. Piper Parrish grew up in a quaint community off Chesapeake Bay known as Frick island. No internet, no alcohol. A place whereContinue reading “The Invisible Husband of Frick Island by Colleen Oakley @OakleyColleen @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #blogblitz #blogger #bookreview #blogtour”

Double Feature: Meg and Jo and Beth and Amy by Virginia Kantra @VirginiaKantra @BerkleyPub @netgalley #contemporaryfiction #bookreview

Susanne’s Reviews: Meg & Jo My Feel Good Book of the Year! Growing up, “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott, was one of my favorite novels. I always imagined that I was Jo. Bookish, stubborn, smart, fiery Jo. Oh How I loved her! As soon as I heard about “Meg and Jo” the contemporary retellingContinue reading “Double Feature: Meg and Jo and Beth and Amy by Virginia Kantra @VirginiaKantra @BerkleyPub @netgalley #contemporaryfiction #bookreview”