Say You’re Sorry

Say You’re Sorry by Melinda Leigh This one was recommended to me by my husband.  We don’t always have the same taste in books, but sometimes we do. This is a perfect example of the book stars aligning. There is a lot going on in this book, so it appeals to lovers of many genres.... Continue Reading →

The Testaments

The Testaments by Margaret Atwood I had been looking at this book on my shelf.  I wanted to read it, but at the same time, I didn't.  Once I read it, the story will be done and I just don’t want it to end.   I loved The Handmaid’s Tale.  The story was amazing. The characters... Continue Reading →

Such A Fun Age

Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid This book has been getting lots of hype.  And I have to say, I was a little under-whelmed while I read it, but now I keep finding myself thinking about it after the fact (a sure sign of a good book). The Premise:  We have a privileged white... Continue Reading →

A Treacherous Curse

A Treacherous Curse by Deanna Raybourn This is such a great series, I just can’t say enough about it!  One of my reading goals is to read more series/sequels. It’s been a no-brainer with Raybourn's Veronica Speedwell Mystery series.  This is book 3 I believe, and will be diving into book 4 soon!! If you... Continue Reading →

The Vine Witch

The Vine Witch by Luanne G. Smith Imagine a world where witches exist...where they have a role to play in the world.  Now imagine that world is in France.   The Premise: Most good wineries employ a vine witch to keep things running smoothly.  They help the grapes grow, they protect the harvest and support the... Continue Reading →

The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez I feel like February must start with a romance, and this one happened to come in from my library hold list just in time! The Premise: Kristen is busy running her own business and fulfilling her maid-of-honor duties for her best friend’s upcoming wedding.  Enter Josh, the super cute... Continue Reading →

The Ten Thousand Doors of January

The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow Have you ever seen a more beautiful book cover?  Me neither.   I have to admit I struggled a little to get into this book.  However, because I heard good things about it, I didn’t give up. During the first few chapters, I was concerned the... Continue Reading →

Montana 1948

Montana 1948 Technically a novella, this book packed a lot of story in just 175 pages.  The premise:  The narrator, David, is an adult, telling the story of the summer he was 12, living in Montana.  His father is the sheriff, his grandfather was previously the sheriff and his uncle is a doctor. It was... Continue Reading →

The Stationary Shop

The Stationary Shop by Marjan Kamali This is such a beautiful book!  I expected the story to be a little lighter than it was, but I’m not complaining!  And, I have to mention, another great epigraph! “They slipped briskly into an intimacy from which they never recovered.” - F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise.... Continue Reading →

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