I am not one to usually pick up nonfiction, but I won this in a great giveaway from the publisher. Roxane Gay’s Hunger did not disappoint. It was raw, unsettling and at times hard to get through. This book is a disheartening reminder that you never know what someone’s inner struggles are.
Now I know Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible tops a lot of people’s all time favorite books list, but for me, it missed the mark. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute until the tragedy that changed all of their lives forever. The aftermath was too much for me when all the characters went their own, sad… Continue reading The Poisonwood Bible
This is the perfect quick little summer read. For anyone who loves a juicy wedding drama, pick up your copy of Aimee Brown’s Little Gray Dress today! Resembling one of my favorite romantic comedies, The Wedding Date, this is like the book version. I really enjoyed the main character, Emi,’s point of view and quirks.… Continue reading Little Gray Dress
Truly uplifting, wonderful story. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it but the ending was perfection. Even better, the author includes her research methods at the end, which establishes parts of the story that were historically accurate. Make sure you grab this one on 10.3.17!
I am going to keep this brief even though I have LOTS of feelings about this book, because I want to keep you in the dark (as I was when I started it) so you can fully appreciate and enjoy this masterpiece. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid is truly amazing… Continue reading The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
First off, thank you to Amazon for a copy of this through Kindle First. Secondly, to all you suspense fans, get yours hands on this ASAP! I read this start to finish (sleeping in between) in less than 48 hours. From the beginning Caine pulls you into the world of Gina, ex-wife of infamous serial… Continue reading Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine
Women No. 17 was all kinds of messed up. If you’re into crazy eccentric characters, this one is for you! Personally, l like to connect with at least one character. Lady and “S” were both hot messes and I couldn’t sympathize with either of them. Overall, I can see why it appeals to some people… Continue reading Woman No. 17