Dark and Shallow Lies

La Cachette, Louisiana is a town of 106. The only time that number changes is when someone is born or dies but never because people choose to come here. It’s a close knit town and proclaims itself to be the ‘Psychic Capital of the World’. Being less than 2 hours south of New Orleans, La…

Never Saw Me Coming

Chloe Sevre, is head to college. She’s premed and just like any other college student, except she’s on an full ride scholarship that is dependent upon her taking part in a clinical study for diagnosed psychopaths. When her fellow study members begin ending up dead, Chloe along with two others from the program are in…

The Last Graduate

Book 2 in Naomi Novik’sThe Scholomance series is coming out in September and I have been not so patiently waiting for it’s releases since I read A Deadly Education last year. I think Novik is an incredibly Imaginative writer who does a wonderful job of world building and creating unique characters. A DEADLY EDUCATION REVIEW…

No Gods, No Monsters

This was one of my most anticipated reads of 2021. I’m a huge science fiction fan and really enjoy urban fantasy in particular, so based on the synopsis I figured this would be right up my alley. Honestly, after getting an advanced copy of No Gods, No Monsters, I have been left completely conflicted on…

Wait for It

Annabelle has had it with the cold winter of Boston. Add onto that her ex-husband proposing to her unexpected and she’s more than happy to take a new job in Arizona offered to her by her best friend Sophie. When Annabelle arrives in Arizona, her new home, owned by recluse Nick Daire, is perfect except…

The Night She Disappeared

I am a huge Lisa Jewell fan and I was very excited to get an advanced copy of The Night She Disappeared. This is a typical Jewell mystery, with multiple timelines and narrators. In 2017, nineteen year old Tallulah and her boyfriend don’t come home after a night out. They left behind everything, including their…

Razorblade Tears

Razorblade Tears is my second novel by S.A. Cosby. I loved his 2020 release Blacktop Wasteland, so I was very excited but also nervous to read his newest release. But ya’ll this book is just as good or even maybe better than Blacktop Wasteland. At it’s core, Razorblade Tears, is about two father-son relationships that…

We are the Brennans

Wow, I was not expecting to absolutely love this story. I’m iffy on family dramas especially when it’s due to just not talking to each other, but the way We Are the Brennans was written was amazing. Something happened five years ago that made Sunday Brennans leave for California. She left behind her four brothers,…

A Distant Grave

Maggie D’arcy is back in the A Distant Grave. This is the sequel to the 2020 release The Mountains Wild, which you can see my review HERE. Detective mystery series are my bread and butter. When I’m stuck in a reading rut, they’re my go too, so I was very excited when my friends over…

The Final Girls Support Group

“One is none, and two is one” Grady Hendrix has a knack for writing really weird books. I mean did you read The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Vampire Slaying?? If you didn’t see my review HERE. If you did, than you know that while his books are classified as horror stories, they’re generally way…