A History of Wild Places

Alright ya’ll, I am thoroughly conflicted writing this review. On one hand it was one of my most anticipated upcoming releases and I think the story is imaginative and well written. On the other hand it takes us forever to get where we need to go, and I found myself counting pages one too many…

Finlay Donovan Knocks ‘Em Dead

Finlay Donovan is coming back & this time someone has a hit out on her ex-husband. & just like in Finlay Donovan is Killing it, hilarity ensues! FINLAY DONOVAN IS KILLING IT REVIEW If you read the first book in the series, you’ll know that you have to go in expecting these books to be…

Plain Bad Heroines

I was on a bit of a roller coaster with this book and after finishing this book my feelings for it are conflicted. On one hand I really enjoyed the creepy boarding school vibe, the trippy ‘magic’, and the originality of the story. On the other hand there were some parts of the story that…

Hello, Transcriber

Hazel Greenlee is broken. Her dreams of being a published author seem distant, she’s living in a Wisconsin’s most crime ridden city, and her marriage is less than stellar. When she gets a new job as a transcriber for the local police station, Hazel is not only dragged into a gruesome murder but is forced…

Mom Jeans and Other Mistakes

This was my first Alexa Martin book and I think I’m about to be a huge fan! This was a great change of pace read for me, and while it has the atmosphere of rom-com, it’s all about female friendships. Lauren and Jude have been friends their entire live and are now adults with two…

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…

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…

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…