The Dead Romantics

The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston This book had all the feels.  Not just a simple romance, there was family drama, a weird childhood, sibling rivalry and a bit of the supernatural. The Premise: Florence Day is a ghostwriter for a very famous romance author.  She signed on to write a three book series as... Continue Reading →

The Ex Hex

The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling There are two kinds of books I love to read in the Fall.  The first is twisty, creepy, suspenseful thrillers; the other is quirky, witchy, romantic books.  If you enjoy that second category, this is a cute one. The Premise: Nine years ago, Vivienne and Rhys were dating.  It... Continue Reading →

The Poacher’s Son

The Poacher’s Son by Paul Doiron Another crime thriller with a lot of “outdoorsiness”. The Premise: Set in the Maine wilderness, we meet Game Warden Mike Bowditch.  We know he had a rocky upbringing, has been having women problems and he is losing his temper with people at work.  Then, after receiving a voicemail from... Continue Reading →

Pride and Premeditation

Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah PriceThis is yet another Jane Austen retelling and this one was so much fun to read.A cozy mystery meets Pride and Prejudice…I don’t think I can say anything more. Pick up a copy and see what you think!

Cover Story

Cover Story by Susan Rigetti This book was recommended to me by my librarian and it was indeed a great pick for me. The Premise: Lora has failed out of college (and is hiding that fact from her parents) when she gets an internship at ELLE magazine.  Working as an intern she meets and befriends... Continue Reading →

Lighthouse Beach

Lighthouse Beach by Shelley Noble With this name and this cover, you know this is likely to be a quintessential summer read. The Premise: Lillo is invited to an old friend's wedding.  She hasn’t seen Jess in years, but decides to attend despite that.  At the wedding, Lillo meets Jess’s two closest friends Allie and... Continue Reading →

Britt-Marie Was Here

Britt-Marie Was Here by Fredrik Backman I was given this book for Christmas and have actually been holding off on reading it because I love Backman and was enjoying the anticipation.  I finally decided enough was enough and it was time to give it a read. The Premise: Britt-Marie is a socially awkward (I’m assuming... Continue Reading →

The Rosie Project

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion This book made me laugh out loud several times.  I found it to be so much fun with such an insightful look into the neurodivergent character (autistic spectrum). The Premise:  Don Tillman is a bit particular about things and self-identified as socially awkward.  He would like to get married,... Continue Reading →

Incense and Sensibility

Incense and Sensibility by Sonali Dev Actually, there are 3 books in this series and I enjoyed them all.  What is not to love about modern Jane Austen retellings? Pride, Prejudice and Other Flavors Recipe for Persuasion Incense and Sensibility Meet these quirky characters and experience the stories that Austen is known for.   I... Continue Reading →

A Good Girls Guide to Murder

A Good Girls Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson As I have mentioned before, I’m not a huge fan of the YA (young adult) genre, but I find a good one can be a perfect summer read.  YA tends to be lighter reading (even if the topics are on the serious side), and the teens... Continue Reading →

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