Mad Honey

Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan There are so many reasons why I loved this book. I loved that these 2 author worked together to create a novel without the slightest disjointed feeling. I love that this story has the power to open minds and educate in a way that feels authentic.... Continue Reading →

Home Before Dark

Home Before Dark by Riley Sager In the summer I love a light and fluffy book or a sweeping adventure. But as October roles around, I tend to turn to books that are a little darker and a little spookier. There is nothing like a book about a haunted house to get me in the... Continue Reading →

The Whispering House

The Whispering House by Elizabeth Brooks If you love a gothic novel in the style of Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey, give this one a try. Just a little bit nerve wracking, without being scary. The Premise - Freya's sister died 5 years ago. When Freya discovers a portrait of her sister in a house she'd... Continue Reading →

The Echo Wife

The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey As I say about many books, I probably wouldn't have picked this up if I hadn't heard someone talking about it. The Premise: Evelyn's husband is having an affair...with a clone of Evelyn. But now, the husband is dead and Evelyn and her clone, Martine, have to pick up... Continue Reading →

Saint X

Saint X by Alexis Schaitkin If you watch the news, you may have heard similar stories occuring in places such as Aruba and Myrtle Beach...disturbing tales of teenage girls gone missing from vacation locations. The Premise: Alison disappears on the last night of her family vacation on Saint X.  Alison is a college student, vacationing... Continue Reading →

Verity

Verity by Colleen Hoover A book about books & writing turns creepy and twisted in this romantic thriller (who knew that was even a genre)! The Premise: Lowen is approached by a lawyer for a famous writer and the writer’s husband Jeremy.  The writer, Verity Crawford is unable to complete a series of popular novels.... Continue Reading →

Her Last Goodbye

Her Last Goodbye by Melinda Leigh The second Morgan Dane book… Morgan and Lance continue to work together with help from Lance’s business partner and father-figure, Sharp.   The Premise: A young mother of two, Chelsea, is missing.  Her husband hires Morgan and Lance to find her. The story alternates between Morgan/Lance, as they work together... Continue Reading →

The Clockmaker’s Daughter

The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton I love a story told in two distinct timelines.  In The Clockmaker’s Daughter, you have the current story of Elodie and the historical story of what happened at Birchwood Manor in 1862.   The Premise:  Elodie finds an old satchel containing a portrait of a woman and a sketchbook.  As... Continue Reading →

The Turn of the Key

The Turn of the Key By Ruth Ware When it comes to fall reading, I do like my books to be a little darker and Turn the Key didn’t disappoint.  The premise: Rowan happens across and ad for a live-in nanny.  The salary puts her current income to shame, so she decides to apply.  She... Continue Reading →

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