The Perfect Guests by Emma Rous | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Perfect Guests by Emma Rous? Who doesn’t like a good adult thriller or mystery? As I work to expand my palate with the genres I read, I find that I am pleasantly surprised by the different genres I pick up. The Perfect Guests by Emma Rous falls within the mystery-thriller […]

The Girl In The White Van by April Henry | Book Review

From time to time, it feels like I just want a quick thriller to rip through. Of course, there’s certain things I cannot handle in a thriller (very young children in danger) but otherwise, am good to go with picking one up. The Girl In The White Van by April Henry is a young adult thriller […]

You Love Me by Caroline Kepnes | Book Review

When I was hanging out in labor and delivery waiting to give birth, I decided it would be a good time to finish watching You season two. After all, we did not have my toddler there so did not need to keep the TV on something that is appropriate for a three year old to […]

He Started It by Samantha Downing | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To He Started It by Samantha Downing? There was a lot of hype around Samantha Downing’s My Lovely Wife – which to be quite fair I haven’t read. However, I figured that because there was hype around the debut, then the follow up must be good. Thus, I decided I really needed to […]

The Request by David Bell | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Request by David Bell? Sometimes I like to step out of my comfort zone. The Request by David Bell was completely out of my comfort zone and really on the surface, not a me book. It’s a thriller where the main character is a guy who seemingly has everything in […]

5 Thrilling Books To Read Past Your Bedtime

The Last Time I Saw You by Liv Constantine is essentially a rich people thriller. The book opens up with a murder, the main character’s mother. What follows through the rest of the story is Dr. Kate English trying to figure out who murdered her mother while also dealing with some psychological terrorism. It seems […]