• Book Review: “The Villa” by Rachel Hawkins

    BFFs Emily and Chess decide to spend the summer in Italy at Villa Aestas, an upscale vacation retreat in modern day, but flashback to 1974 and it was where a murder among a group of friends happened.

  • Book Review: “A Court of Thorns and Roses” by Sarah J. Maas

    Feyre is a 19 year old huntress and the primary provider for her father and two older sisters. One day while hunting in the woods she kills a wolf, and not long after a large, terrifying creature arrives at her family’s home to bring Feyre back to a dangerous, magical land only known from legends.…

  • Book Review: “It Starts With Us” by Colleen Hoover

    It Starts With Us is a continuation of Hoover’s 2016 book, It Ends With Us, starts about two years after Lily and her abusive ex husband, Ryle, split. Though no longer a couple, they’re managing to civilly co-parent their daughter, Emerson. Then Lily bumps into her old friend and first love, Atlas, and things get…

  • Book Review: “Mad Honey” by Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan

    Lily Campanello is a high school senior in a small New Hampshire town looking for a new beginning. A few years earlier, Asher Fields and his mother, Olivia, also ended up in the same town also with hope of a new beginning. Shortly after Lily’s arrival in town, she meets Asher and their love story…

  • Book Review: “The Paper Palace” by Miranda Cowley Heller

    Elle, a happily married mother of three, wakes up one summer morning at the Paper Palace, her family’s summer home. The story starts off in present day, where Elle is reflecting on her affair from the night before with her childhood best friend, Jonas.

  • Book Review: “Too Good To Be True” by Carola Lovering

    One love story. Two marriages. Three versions of the truth. How could those 10 words on the back cover of this book not suck you in?

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