A Wicked Kind of Husband

A Wicked Kind of Husband by Mia Vincy For those of you who enjoy a straight up romance, this may be right up your alley.  A Wicked Kind of Husband is actually part of a series, but it’s the only one I have read and I really enjoyed it. The Premise: Cassandra and Joshua met... Continue Reading →

Plainsong Series

Plainsong/Eventide/Benediction by Kent Haruf I read Plainsong a couple of years ago and loved it.  I had wanted to read the rest of the series and finally got around to it.  Of course, because so much time had passed, I had to start with rereading Plainsong. Plainsong – definitely a character driven story, as nothing... Continue Reading →

Lovely War

Lovely War by Julie Berry The premise of this book was so weird, I had to read it.  The opening scene: December 1942, a beautiful hotel lobby…in walks two Greek Gods, Aphrodite and Apollo.  (Yep, you read that right.) The two have arrived to kindle their affair, but are soon joined by Aphrodite’s angry husband,... Continue Reading →

June Reading Stats

June Reading Stats We are halfway through 2020, so I figure this is a good time to reality check myself versus my reading goals for the year. My Goals for 2020 are: Read about 100 books: I completed 55 books, plus 2 that I chose not to finish.  (that is 18,404 pages!) Re-read more books... Continue Reading →

Book Woman

The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson I love when I find a great historical fiction piece that isn’t about WWII.  Therefore, I was very pleased to find this treasure.  This book has a lot going for it – 1st and foremost, it’s a book about books (you know I love that)! ... Continue Reading →

Summer Reading 2020

Summer Reading With each season, I typically pick a list of 5 books that I will definitely be reading, no matter how many other wonderful books cross my path and get added to my reading list.  Summer is a little different because Summer Reading is a big thing among a lot of avid readers.  The... Continue Reading →

The Bookshop of Yesterdays

The Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson Yea, another book about books!!!  That always makes me happy. The Premise: Our main character, Miranda Brooks had an eccentric uncle Billy, who owned a bookstore.  Miranda loved hanging out with him when she was little.  He would often put together fun treasure hunts for her to enjoy... Continue Reading →

Little Fires Everywhere

Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng There is so much going on in this book, it’s difficult to describe.  Little Fires Everywhere takes family dysfunction to a whole new level.  The dysfunction isn’t as in your face as I have found in other books, it’s much more under the surface, which makes it even more... Continue Reading →

Spring House

The Spring House by Mary Ellen Taylor I really enjoyed this light and quick read. I feel like I’ve been reading darker books recently and needed a break.  This was perfect.  And, it was one from my Spring BIGR (Books I’m Gonna Read) list. The Premise: Megan is pregnant and single (sadly, her fiance died).... Continue Reading →

The Shell Seekers

The Shell Seekers by Rosamunde Pilcher I am a huge fan of another Pilcher book, Winter Solstice.  So when I heard someone mention that she is most known for her 1987 release, The Shell Seekers, I had to check it out. The Premise:  The story is centered around the family of Penelope Keeling, a loving... Continue Reading →

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