Cherish by Tracey Garvis Graves @tgarvisgraves #fiction #romance #audiobooks #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: Swoon-Worthy Detective Daniel Rush from “Covet” gets his own story and it’s a doozy!  At the tail end of “Covet,” Detective Daniel Rush was shot and readers are left wondering what happened to him.  To say that gave me heart palpitations is an understatement!  (He was after all the best part of thatContinue reading “Cherish by Tracey Garvis Graves @tgarvisgraves #fiction #romance #audiobooks #bookreview”

Heart-Shaped Hack by Tracey Garvis Graves @tgarvisgraves #womensfiction #romance #characterdrivenplot #bookblogger #bookreviewer

Susanne’s Review: Pitter Patter, goes my Heart! Can I just RAVE about how much I LOVED “Heart-Shaped Hack” and the characters of Kate and Ian?! Ian is totally Swoon Worthy and his love and affection for Kate is completely endearing.   In case it’s not obvious, this book had me immediately! Witty Banter, Romance, and aContinue reading “Heart-Shaped Hack by Tracey Garvis Graves @tgarvisgraves #womensfiction #romance #characterdrivenplot #bookblogger #bookreviewer”

Friends and Strangers by J. Courtney Sullivan @jcourtsull #fiction #literaryfiction #bookreview #bookreviewer

Susanne’s Review: Female Friendships can be complicated.  Especially as we get older.   The dynamics of class, friendship, marriage, motherhood, power, and privilege, are explored to absolute perfection in “Friends and Strangers” by J. Courtney Sullivan.  Elizabeth is a married mother, who struggles with her new life in Upstate New York.  Having recently moved from Brooklyn,Continue reading “Friends and Strangers by J. Courtney Sullivan @jcourtsull #fiction #literaryfiction #bookreview #bookreviewer”

The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird @ChristinaRoseSB @putnambooks @netgalley #fiction #characterdrivenplot #dystopiannovel #bookreview #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: Wholly and Completely Brilliant.   Yes, I read a book about a Pandemic in a Pandemic.  Some would say that’s in poor taste, and yet, I couldn’t resist. I am not one to shy away from difficult topics and frankly, “The End of Men” is brilliantly written, brilliantly plotted, and gave me a lotContinue reading “The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird @ChristinaRoseSB @putnambooks @netgalley #fiction #characterdrivenplot #dystopiannovel #bookreview #bookblogger”

Find You First by Linwood Barclay @linwood_barclay @WmMorrowBooks #mystery #suspense #bookblogger #bookreviewer

Susanne’s Review: My First Linwood Barclay! WHAT Took Me SO Long?!   The Good News?! It was a Complete Success! When single millionaire Miles Cookson finds out that he has a fatal disease, he sets out to make things right. Years prior, when he was a young man, he donated his sperm and could potentially haveContinue reading “Find You First by Linwood Barclay @linwood_barclay @WmMorrowBooks #mystery #suspense #bookblogger #bookreviewer”

And It Will Be a Beautiful Life by Craig Lancaster @AuthorLancaster #fiction

Susanne’s Review: Max Wendt works in Pipeline Transportation on the PIG using Pipeline Inspection Gauges to inspect and perform maintenance on pipelines. This work often takes him away from home and away from his wife and his daughter Alexandria, for days on end. As his marriage is failing, and his daughter is all grown up,Continue reading “And It Will Be a Beautiful Life by Craig Lancaster @AuthorLancaster #fiction”

A Hand to Hold in Deep Water by Shawn Nocher @shawn_nocher #blackstonepublishing #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: The day Willy Cherrymill fell for May DuBerry, his life changed in a myriad of ways.  A chicken farmer, he fell and fell hard, for May and for her daughter Lacey.  His life seemed picture-perfect until the day May abandons them both.  Now twenty-seven, Lacey Cherrymill has always felt like she was missingContinue reading “A Hand to Hold in Deep Water by Shawn Nocher @shawn_nocher #blackstonepublishing #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger”

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid @TJReidalong @PRHAudio #fiction #bookreview #bookbloger

Susanne’s Review: I know I’m late to this Party but: Let the Good Times Roll! Captivating & Crazy, “Daisy Jones & the Six” by Taylor Jenkins Reid is wildly entertaining and well, kind of insane.  Then again, It’s Rock and Roll, baby!   A story about a Rock Band that reads like real life and evenContinue reading “Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid @TJReidalong @PRHAudio #fiction #bookreview #bookbloger”

We Begin At The End by Chris Whittaker @WhittyAuthor @HenryHolt @MacmillanAudio #bookreview #bookblogger #fiction

Susanne’s Review: My Cup Runneth Over and the Tears Spilled. While reading this book, I was overcome with intense emotion and extraordinary heartbreak. This is character-driven literary crime fiction about family, friendship, loss, and mystery that includes all of my favorite elements.  Dysfunction; grief, heartache; humanity; humor; love; loyalty, pain, regret, and unrelenting tragedy. It’sContinue reading “We Begin At The End by Chris Whittaker @WhittyAuthor @HenryHolt @MacmillanAudio #bookreview #bookblogger #fiction”

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”