Miss You

What if the love of your life was always right there, but you never noticed? That’s what happens to Tess and Gus as they live their lives from the late 90’s through the new millennium in Kate Eberlen’s Miss You. First, the two happen across each other in Italy, then they go back to London where … More Miss You

Woman No. 17

Crown Publishing was so sweet to send me a copy of Woman No. 17 by Edan Lepucki. This was the first book of Edan’s that I have ever read, but I do own a copy of California (which I plan to pick up as soon as possible). The cover really got me, I think the colors are … More Woman No. 17

Mixing It Up

A couple of months back I did a release blitz for Mixing It Up by Tracie Banister, between then and now I was able to sink my teeth into this lovely novel, and I really enjoyed this treat! Cecily is the host of a French food cooking show, which is creatively named Serving Romance. She loves … More Mixing It Up

A Suitable Lie

Being a widower, especially with a young son, was hard for Andy Boyd, but then one night he meets the beautiful Anna, and his life will be forever changed. A Suitable Lie by Michael J Malone is enticing, engrossing and completely immersing. I felt like I was Andy in this book, and his feelings were my feelings, … More A Suitable Lie

The Day I Died

Thankfully I am typing this and not writing it out by hand, because after reading The Day I Died by Lori Rader-Day, I am a little bit worried about what someone can glean from my hand writing. Would they know I am left handed and always writing as fast as I possibly can Or could they find … More The Day I Died