Say You Still Love shares the story of first love and what happens when you get a second chance but it’s also about taking risks and stepping out on your own.
The Undertaker’s Assistant by Amanda Skenandore takes readers to New Orleans during the Reconstruction Era as Effie Jones, a former slave works as an embalmer and uncovers the secrets of her childhood. Gripping and poignant Skenandore reflects on a turbulent time in America’s history.
Are you looking for a fun, quirky story with a loveable bookish character. One filled with family, friends and a little awkward romance? Then you need to grab, The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman. I adored Nina and hope you will too!
One of my most highly anticipated books of the summer, Wanderers by Chuck Wendig. is the perfect for fans of The Stand.. Grab a cup of coffee and check out this addictive, dark, and terrifying tale.
The Last by Hanna Jameson drew me in with its dystopian setting and murder mystery. Narrated by Anthony Starke this was marketed as a dystopian psychological thriller which led to disappointment.
I was in the mood for an unreliable, suspenseful thriller and grabbed My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing. This twisty tale will grab you! Even if you figure things out along the way, the story will trap you!
In Finding Katrina M. by Elisabeth Elo, Natalie March travels to Russia to meet her grandmother and fulfill her mother’s wishes, but soon finds herself caught up in a deadly game.
I’ve enjoyed Colleen Hoover’s romances, but as many of you know I haven’t been craving the genre lately. I have been devouring thrillers, fantasies, suspense, and murder-mysteries! Such is the life of a fickle reader. However, early reviews dubbed this a mind-fuck and declared, “What the hell did I just read?!?” I decided I would eventually read it.