Reviews

the summer of yes by Courtney Walsh

The Summer of Yes

The Summer of Yes is a rom-com about Kelsey, a woman who’s living an empty life but doesn’t realize it until a near-death experience makes her re-evaluate everything. Meeting Georgina, an older, very wealthy, very cantankerous woman in the unlikeliest of places sets them both on a path of change. Overall, this is a cute Read more

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think twice by harlan coben

Think Twice

I enjoy Harlan Coben books, but I will say I have not read any of the series with Myron Bolitar as of yet. I will definitely go back and read some now, but I am going into this without knowledge of these characters beforehand! With that being said, I felt like it could be read

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Shelterwood by lisa wingate

Shelterwood

Shelterwood is a historical fiction novel that focuses on the abuses of children by those who are supposed to protect them. Told in dual timelines, Shelterwood takes place in Oklahoma, in 1909 and 1990. This book started a bit slow and I wasn’t sure how the two timelines tied in together, but having read a

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how to age disgracefully by clare pooley

How to Age Disgracefully

This is my first Clare Pooley book and it definitely will not be my last. As a matter of fact, I have already added all her books to my wish list and picked up a couple to read! I don’t know how I haven’t heard about her before, but this book has put her on

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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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