Monthly Archives: May 2016

Book Review: Murder at Redwood Cove by Janet Finsilver

This book was a light, quick read, and had a good twist at the end and plot. My only problem was the character development. Some of them seemed very one-dimensional. Most of the time that’s totally fine, especially for mystery series. However, the main character, Kelly, just seemed almost too put together. She doesn’t drink or…

Book Review: I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh

Wow. All I can say…is wow. This book literally consumed my life once I got to part two. The twist was outrageous and for the rest of the book I couldn’t put it down. I snuck in reading whenever I could muster. Ten minute breaks at work, right when I woke up, and at night…

Book Review: Maud’s Line by Margaret Verble

This book takes place is the 1920’s in Oklahoma. Maud is the main character, she is mixed white and Cherokee. Her mother had passed away from a snake bite when she was younger, so she only lives with her father, Mustard, and her brother, Lovely.  The book follows Maud’s family and romantic life. It is…

Book Review: Adulting: How to Become a Grown-Up in 468 Easy(ish) Steps by Kelly Williams Brown

I picked up this book expecting two things: to laugh while reading it and to learn a lot.  It certainly met my expectations on both of those expectations! Reading through this, I realized I have a lot to learn… and that I am still a lot closer to the college twenty-something than the adult twenty-something. …

Book Review: Flipped For Murder by Maddie Day

Flipped for Murder by Maddie Day was such an enjoyable read! This is one of those books that are just light and fun. A woman, Robbie, starts a restaurant she calls Pans N Pancakes in a small town. Then, suddenly, she becomes a suspect for a local murder. Determined to set the record straight, she…

Book Review: Silenced by Kristina Ohlsson

Silenced is the second of a mystery novel series, which I was unaware of at the time of purchase. It being the second didn’t throw things off too much though, the characters were still relatable and the storyline was standalone to this book.  This book felt like a puzzle almost… Many separate mysteries that all…