Dear Amy- Helen Callaghan

I very rarely find that a book leaves me without a sense of who the author is. Dear Amy is no different. Helen Callaghan has a unique story to tell and I look forward to reading her future works. Margot Lewis has a dark past. In the new life she has made for herself sheContinue reading “Dear Amy- Helen Callaghan”

The Couple Next Door- Shari Lapena

While wedding planning I started reading this book and let me tell you, it got me second guessing getting married! Just kidding, but this book is so well written that I started double checking that, yes, I do actually know the person I’m going to marry!! Anne and Marco Conti just had their first child.Continue reading “The Couple Next Door- Shari Lapena”

I See You- Clare Mackintosh

I’m back in my groove, y’all! Hopefully I’ll be able to start cranking out reviews like I’ve been wanting to! I’m very excited to share my thoughts on Clare Mackintosh’s “I See You” with you. Zoe Walker is just your average, everyday woman that travels to home and work by train.  When she browses the newspaperContinue reading “I See You- Clare Mackintosh”

The Fever- Megan Abbott

I’m pulling this book out of my “previously read” vault to review because it’s my last semester is school and I’ve been slacking on reading. This was the first Megan Abbott that I had the pleasure reading and since reading I’ve added many of her books to my to be read list. The Fever takesContinue reading “The Fever- Megan Abbott”

Her Every Fear- Peter Swanson

I have been reading very slow here lately as it’s my last semester of school before I’m done! Yessss! That being said, I’m finding that I’m reading more than studying so I won’t be posting as often until I’m done. This is my first Peter Swanson novel and I really enjoyed it. I’ll start byContinue reading “Her Every Fear- Peter Swanson”

The Trespasser- Tana French 

Goodness gracious, I love Tana French. Every one of her books is a page turner and I can’t help but get giddy picking up her newest book because I know it will be unique. The Trespasser is a story of the Irish Murder Squad detective Antoinette Conway. Like all of French’s novels, she has usContinue reading “The Trespasser- Tana French “

In A Dark, Dark Wood- Ruth Ware 

  For a reason that is beyond me, I thought it would be a good idea to start reading Ruth Ware’s In A Dark, Dark Wood on Halloween Eve. I had heard that it was a creepy book and thought “hey, it’s almost Halloween, I’ll get in the spirit!”. That was a mistake… We’ve allContinue reading “In A Dark, Dark Wood- Ruth Ware “