The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Addie LaRue is immortal. She’s seen decades turn into centuries. Been the muse for countless artists. Been through wars and times of peace. But what does 300 years of life mean, if nobody remembers you? When Addie stumbles upon Henry she’s captivated by him, not because of who he is, but more because he remembered…remembered…

The Cloisters

Let me preface this by saying I’m not the biggest fan of Gothic reads. Gothic books, tend to lean more heavily on a strong atmospheric vibe and less on the actual plot. As a huge plot based reader, this makes most Gothic reads a miss for me. But a couple blurbs about The Cloisters said…

A Cosmic Kind of Love

Hallie Goodman is a successful party planner and notorious people pleaser. When one of her bride’s accidentally sends her personal videos of her ex-boyfriend, Hallie doesn’t mean to but she can’t help but watch these videos. The bride’s ex just happens to be renowned astronaut Christopher Ortiz, and the videos are from his time on…

First Born

Molly and her twin Katie (KT) might be identical, but they couldn’t be more opposite. Katie is outgoing and friendly. Molly on the other hand is consumed with anxieties and introvert. When Katie is murdered in her New York City apartment, Molly has to overcome her fears to fly from London to be with her…

In Her Boots

In KJ Dell’Antonia’s newest light and funny releases, In Her Boots, Rhett Gallagher has been traveling the world since she left in her early twenties. She’s made a living jumping from experiences and countries and by being the women behind The Modern Pioneer Girl, which is her her pseudonym on Instagram for sharing her adventure….

The Lifestyle

I love a good book that will make me laugh out loud, so I was stoked to get a copy of The Lifestyle after reading that Jasmine Guillory said “This book is fun as hell. Hilarious, addictive, moving, and sexy. I lost track of time reading it, and I couldn’t get enough!” In addition to…

Vladimir

I’m really not sure how to review this book, honestly I don’t even know what I just read. A popular English teacher, who we never actually get the name of, is struggling to deal with her choices in life, aging, and the investigation into her husband’s inappropriate relationships with former students. When new profession Vladimir…

Notes on an Execution

Ansel Packer has 12 hours left until his execution. He knows he killed those women but he never though he’d end up here on death row. He knows objectively what he did was wrong, but in another universe things might have been different. But while Ansel Packer may have murdered those women, this isn’t his…

The Magnolia Palace

I’m a big Fiona Davis fan. I really enjoy the historical topics she chooses. They’re generally about less known events or about historical places that she creates stories around. She always incorporates real characters into her books and includes great links for more information around the people and places she writes about. In The Magnolia…

Twenty Years Later

I am a huge fan of Charlie Donlea’s Rory Moore/Lane Phillips’ series and so I was extremely excited to get an Advanced copy of Donlea’s upcoming releases Twenty Years Later. One of my favorite things about Donlea’s writing is that characters from his series tend to make small appearances in his standalone books. It really…