the summer club by hannah Mckinnon

The Summer Club

I’m always looking for a good summer read to have in between some of the other books I choose to read. So, I was excited to read The Summer Club. Here’s the thing, I don’t classify it as a beach read at all. It’s a quick read, definitely, but there are some heavier topics mentioned. Read more

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Within Arm's Reach

Within Arm’s Reach

Ann Napolitano does not shy away from writing about real family dynamics even when this means showing the worst in people. She does not seem to care if the reader likes the characters, because here again is a book where it’s hard to find any one character to really like, but somehow you still want

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Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano

Hello Beautiful

Some books need a bit of time before they can be reviewed. This book falls into that category and even after giving it some time, I’m still not sure how many stars it really deserves. Let me explain. I almost put this book down more than once. It was a solid contender for DNF. I

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A Gathering of Shadows

I feel like I have a preface with every book review. As a reminder, I have not read this series in order and here’s a quick recap why: I read the synopsis, checked Goodreads and it said “Series: Threads of Power (#1)” so I assumed it was the first book and thus safe to read.

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cover of Razorblade Tears by S.A. Cosby

Razorblade Tears

Let me come right out of the gate and say I love a good revenge story. As a matter of fact, I desperately need some revenge story recommendations! With that said, this is another book that sat on my shelf for a long time and I finally put it in my immediate TBR pile to

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The Invisible Hour

If I start a book, I try to finish it. Now, there have been a few books I started and within ten pages knew it wasn’t for me, or more likely, I just wasn’t in the mood for this book at this time. The Invisible Hour was a DNF for me, but I didn’t realize

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