Wish Me Home by Kay Bratt (Book Review)

I put off writing my review of Wish Me Home by Kay Bratt for a few days because I’m feeling a bit conflicted over how exactly to present it. I loved the writing but sometimes the storyline was just so convenient that it turned me off. Cara (our lead) kept finding herself in these situations with…

Behave by Andromeda Romano-Lax (Book Review)

I found Behave by Andromeda Romano-Lax a few weeks ago when I was browsing Netgalley for a few new titles to read. Initially I overlooked it because the cover turned me off. After reading Dear Thing by Julie Cohen (which led me to writing this post) I just wasn’t sure I could handle another book about children…

No Ordinary Life by Suzanne Redfearn (Book Review)

No Ordinary Life by Suzanne Redfearn is not the kind of book I would normally give a second glance. It’s contemporary fiction. It’s about a woman and her children. It’s set in Hollywood. It’s total chick lit and, not that I’m a book snob, but it’s just not the kind of book I read.  …but…

One More Day by Kelly Simmons (Book Review)

Every now and then, after reading as much heavy war or historical fiction as I do, I find myself craving what I consider a light easy read. I was feeling that way when I grabbed up One More Day by Kelly Simmons from the NetGalley library. I didn’t expect One More Day, a psychological supernatural mystery…

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