Four Aunties and a Wedding

Meddy Chan and the aunties are back and this time they’re not planning just any wedding, they’re planning Meddy’s wedding to Nathan! Not wanting her family to do all the work for the wedding, Meddy has decided to hire vendors for the big day. Before Meddy and Nathan can even start to look for vendors,…

March 2022 Most Anticipated

March is usually one of the biggest publishing months of the year and this year is no exception. With five Tuesdays in March, you can be sure that you will be able to find something new to read this month. This month there are a handful of my favorite authors with new releases and I’m…

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…

One Italian Summer

I read Rebecca Serle’s The Dinner List a few years ago when it was a Book of the Month pick and I loved it. Then In Five Years came out and once again, Serle was able to toy with my emotions once again. At this point she’s an auto-buy author for me and if you…

The Resting Place

Eleanor suffers from prosopagnosia (face blindness) which prevents her from recognizing any familiar face. She’s had this her entire life and has learned to cope with it by recognizing specific physical features, mannerisms, and voices. When Eleanor goes to her weekly dinner with her Grandmother, Vivianne, she witnesses Vivianne’s murder. Unfortunately, Eleanor’s condition makes it…