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The Geeky Stitching Co’s Little Book of Cross Stitch by Jess Payne

When I'm not reading, which is can find me doing some sort of crafty thing. I love to sew, to cross stitch, and to crochet. I also like to listen to audiobooks while doing those things, which is great multitasking for a book reviewer like myself! As far as cross stitch patterns go, I… Continue reading The Geeky Stitching Co’s Little Book of Cross Stitch by Jess Payne

Adult Fiction book review

Noel, Alabama by Susan Sands

Who is ready for all the holiday reads? I know I am! Here's a perfect start to kickoff the holiday reading season! Noel, Alabama is the story of Bailey Boone who returns home to Ministry, Alabama after spending 12 years on her career in Los Angeles. Being back in Ministry forces Bailey to confront many… Continue reading Noel, Alabama by Susan Sands

Adult Fiction book review · New Adult

Little Lies by Helena Hunting

Lavender Waters and Kodiak Bowman grew up together and used to be close friends. Their fathers worked and played for the same NHL hockey team, and their mothers are also close friends. Kodiak is a few years older than Lavender and her twin brother River, and he's always been best friends with Lavender's older brother… Continue reading Little Lies by Helena Hunting

Adult Fiction book review

The Roommate by Rosie Danan

For a romance novel, The Roommate by Rosie Danan has it all - steamy romance, forced proximity angst between characters (shared bathroom, anyone?), friendship, hilarious moments & heartfelt love. Clara doesn't intend to fall in love with anyone (well, maybe Everett), but especially not the roommate that ends up staying in the house where she… Continue reading The Roommate by Rosie Danan

Adult Fiction book review

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

First off, gaze upon this glorious cover. If this cover doesn’t scream gothic horror, I don’t know what will! Mexican Gothic is set in 1950’s Mexico. Glamorous debutante Noemi Taoboda is sent by her father to the Mexican countryside to check on her recently married cousin, Catalina, after receiving a troublesome letter from her. Noemi… Continue reading Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Adult Fiction book review

The Companion by Katie Alender

The Companion is written for a YA audience, but it is certainly enjoyable to adults as well. We learn in the very beginning that Margot is lucky. Lucky to be alive. Her parents and two sisters died in a tragic car accident and Margot was the only survivor. Now, 3 months later, she is recovered… Continue reading The Companion by Katie Alender

Adult Fiction book review

The Cabin by Jasinda Wilder

One year, 365 days—and then one knock at my door changes everything. The Cabin, an all-new beautifully written, emotion filled romance from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is available now! One year ago, I buried my husband.  One year ago, I held his hand and said goodbye.  Now I spend most of my… Continue reading The Cabin by Jasinda Wilder

Adult Fiction book review

Christmas Reunion in Paris by Liz Fielding

About the Book Parisian reunionWith the one that got away! Celebrity chef James Harrington never expected to find himself face-to-face with Chloe, his first love, again… Especially, with her working as a chambermaid at his luxury hotel! Their chemistry’s as strong as ever, but she’s hiding a secret. Can James convince Chloe that their love… Continue reading Christmas Reunion in Paris by Liz Fielding

Adult Fiction book review

The Bribe by Willa Nash

The Bribe is the first book in the new Calamity Montana series by Willa Nash. Fun fact: Willa Nash is also the amazing romance author, Devney Perry. I can't wait for the next book in this series, as I have immediately fallen in love with the town of Calamity, Montana and the characters in this… Continue reading The Bribe by Willa Nash

YA book review · Young Adult

Breathless by Jennifer Niven

I've been a Jennifer Niven fan since reading All the Bright Places. If you haven't read that one yet, please read it! But don't watch the Netflix film me, the book is better. ALWAYS. Anyhow, I've read all of her other books, and this new one is now my favorite! I listened to it… Continue reading Breathless by Jennifer Niven