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April Showers Bring Dead Flowers by Krista Lockheart

This book is a very easy read with a fast pace and some easy to like characters. The mystery was intriguing and kept me guessing from the beginning to the end. Even with the clues spread out, I didn’t guess the “who done it” until the end when everything was revealed. The situations the main character... Continue Reading →

Below by Kev Harrison

This book was a bit… claustrophobic.  There were certain parts of this story that I had to stop and breathe because I felt I was with the characters trying to claw my way out.  Below, by Kev Harrison is about two people, Nick and Jess, who are put into a tv show for separate purposes,... Continue Reading →

Phases by Belinda Betker

This one of the most heartfelt poetry books I've read. Get your copy at Amazon UK The readers are immediately taken into the life of the author and although not every poem was autobiographical, they all give information into the mind of the author and her feelings. The readers are given important events that happened... Continue Reading →

The Conned Lady by Diane Bator

Does anyone remember the popular meme of Charlie Day in the mail room from Always Sunny in Philadelphia where he’s in front of a whiteboard with a whole bunch of clues and he’s almost ripping his hair out trying to make connections? That was me reading this book! This is the second book I’ve read... Continue Reading →

Catalyst by Nicole Fanning

Get it on Amazon || Goodreads Catalyst is the first book is the debut series by Nicole Fanning. This book started and the first couple of chapters really left me hooked as the chapters were alternating between Natalie and Jaxon’s point of view and the reader gets a good insight into both of their brains.... Continue Reading →

Lure Jesse and Hawk by W.L. Hawkin

This post contains affiliate links. Lure started off with our main character, Jesse, out in the woods, taking pictures of animals, as she does for her job as a photographer. When she is about to take a picture of a beautiful young deer, the most unexpected thing happens right before her eyes! Stunned and quite... Continue Reading →

Dead Without Remorse by Diane Bator

Affiliate links are present in this review. This book starts off with a bang, literally! Get your copy on Amazon || Apple Books || Barnes&Noble || Goodreads One minute the characters are sitting in the backyard sipping their afternoon drinks and the next minute, there is an explosion and it’s raining blown up pieces of... Continue Reading →

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