Mad About You & Every Summer After

Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane It’s true — I have my heart set on devouring everything Mhairi McFarlane writes. After falling head over heels for Just Last Night, I thought I would enjoy more of her books. Then I picked up Mad About You and it was confirmation that my instincts were correct. And now I […]

Duke, Actually by Jenny Holiday | Book Review

What an absolute delight to re-enter a story universe that I am familiar with for the holidays again. Duke, Actually by Jenny Holiday is a companion to her A Princess For Christmas. This story was just what the doctor ordered and a great read for the week before I begin vacation. I cannot recommend highly enough both […]

The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling | Book Review

Apparently I am in a pattern of reading witch books where a breakup is the catalyst event. The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling had so much hype going for it. I mean, I saw this book all over TikTok and well, as a new TikTok convert, I was somewhat convinced. Of course, there were other […]

Girl In The Rearview Mirror by Kelsey Rae Dimberg | Book Review

Girl In The Rearview Mirror by Kelsey Rae Dimberg appealed to me because I’ve been interested in trying more thrillers. I tend to like thrillers that are written by women and star women. This book is about power and conspiracy as well as secrets. This book took me about a week to read. I find […]

The Reason You’re Alive by Matthew Quick | Book Review

The Reason You’re Alive by Matthew Quick is another spectacular book from the author. At this point, I’ve read everything by Quick except Sorta Like A Rock Star. Each of his books has had a profound impact on me. The Reason You’re Alive is a book that I also had found impactful — although — not incredibly […]

Pieces Of Her by Karin Slaughter | Book Review

I love when books start off with a bang and immediately draw you in. Pieces Of Her by Karin Slaughter is immediately engaging right off the bat. This was my first book by Slaughter but absolutely not the last. I had been intending to read this book for awhile — knowing that it was becoming a […]