Monthly Archives: December 2016

Book Review: The Good Neighbor by A.J. Banner

I wasn’t totally impressed with this book. Something about the style and descriptions really annoyed me. The main character would note every detail about someone from the brand they were wearing to the scent they put off. But at the same time she was never sure about it. She really seemed obsessed with what people…

Book Review: Sircausa by Delia Ephron

I tend to stick to a certain genre and this did not seem to fit in with the genre, so I was a bit reluctant to read it. Normally, I like fast-paced thrillers and mysteries and this story did not seem to fit in.  That being said, I was completely wrong about this book. It…

Book Review: Before We Met by Lucie Whitehouse

Before We Met has been advertised as “the next Gone Girl”. Frankly, I hate it when books are compared to other books because no two can be alike. The characters, the plot line, the writing, the general feel. All of it is different in each book. So, when I saw that it was “the next…

Book Review: Breakwater by Carla Neggers

First of all, Merry Christmas everyone!! My husband (still sounds weird) and I finished our honeymoon and are waiting in the airport to be taken home to our sweet kitty and pup. Well, he would say MY cat and dog. I know it’s lame but I can’t wait to be home! With this book finished…

Book Review: Behind Closed Doors by B. A. Paris

Wow. That would be the direct reaction I had to this book–just wow. I finished it in one day. Still on vacation, so I brought it with me to the beach and to the pool and I looked at everyone with new suspicious eyes. Who is hiding what? Who is lying about what? Jack Angel…