Better Than Fiction

After the death of her grandmother, Drew Young is now the new somewhat proud owner of The Book Nook. While she’s a self-proclaimed ‘book hater’ and non-reader, she adores the shop and sees it as her duty to carry on her grandmother’s dream. The only caveat is that she’s struggling to not only keep the…

Back in a Spell

We’re headed back to Thistle Grove in Lana Harper’s upcoming release Back in a Spell. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the witches in Thistle Grove and was so excited to get an ARC for the 3rd installment. One of the things I like about this series, is that they’re all independent stories. It…

Vanishing Hour

I’m convinced I’ll love anything Laura Griffin puts out. She does such a good job of blending a solid mystery in with the romance, which makes her book page turners for sure. Plus her books are primarily set in Texas, and as Texas girl myself, I love that I generally am familiar with the areas…

The Rewind

Frankie has spent the last ten years hating her college boyfriend, Ezra, after their relationship imploded on the day of graduation. Neither has seen each other in all that time. That is until their college friends are getting married, and it’s here that they are forced to be in the same room together. The night…

Sign Here

This was such a fun and unique book! It’s a great blend of a murder mystery, family drama, and dark humor. Even before I started reading, the synopsis was giving me all the Grady Hendrix vibes. I mean I’m so here for the all of Hendrix’s unique and weird takes on things, so I was…

Station Eternity

Mallory has been involved with countless murders. Not because she’s actually murdered anyone but because somehow murders are drawn to her, very Miss Marplesque. While she does a great job of solving the murders she happens to stumble upon, it doesn’t exactly make her popular to be around. When Mallory gets the chance to take…

Midnight Dunes

Two things I love about this series: it’s set in Texas and they can each be read as standalones. While each of the books is linked through certain characters, the stories are all completely different and it’s not necessary to read the previous books to get to know our main characters. However, it is fun…

The Book of Cold Cases

I’m a huge Simone St. James fan. I really enjoy her mixture of mystery with the references to paranormal. 40 years ago Beth Greer was tired and acquitted of the Lady Killer Murders. Even though she was acquitted, Shea Collins is the true crime writer behind the blog The Book of Cold Cases, which dives…

Homicide and Halo – Halo

Book 2 in the Tita Rosie’s Kitchen Mystery series is just about to hit shelves, and if you love a good cozy mystery, than you won’t want to miss this. Last year I read Arsenic and Adobe which was the first installment in the Tita Rosie’s Kitchen series. I didn’t particular like it, which is…

The Roughest Draft

Katrina Freeling and Nathan Van Huysen haven’t spoken in four years, since they put the finishing touches on their bestselling novel. Now, to fulfill their contract, they’ve been thrown back together to write one final book. What could go wrong? Is it just me or does anyone get major Beach Read by Emily Henry vibes?…