A story told in three parts, One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline, is the perfect mixture of suspense, thrills and a moral mystery that will captivate you from the very beginning. I honestly had no idea which way this books plot was going to go, and at the beginning of the book I thought something completely different … More One Perfect Lie
I read a total of 5 books in January, which is not as much as I usually read, but it’s a start! I wanted to take this new year and create a reading environment where I wasn’t pushed to read a bunch of books a month, and only reading books that I thoroughly enjoyed. So, … More What I read January 2017
Hi everyone!!! So, it’s obviously been some time since I have been able to post here. There are a couple of different reasons for that, like I said before I was taking a break from reading and reviewing books just because I really couldn’t get into much. I, however, was able to read 5 books … More What’s New in 2017?
The story of two distant brothers on a road trip to deliver their deceased father’s ashes to their final resting place. Steven Manchester’s Ashes is an attempt at humor, family, and the dark side of our pasts, but it didn’t quite hit the mark for me. I enjoyed the plot, I felt that the idea of … More Ashes
Look no further if you are in the mood for the perfect Christmas story, that will put you right into the holiday spirit. A Shoe Addict’s Christmas by Beth Harbison is a short read, but it is the perfect amount of magic that we all want around this time of year. Noelle (fitting right?) isn’t the type … More A Shoe Addict’s Christmas