Book Review | The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff #bookreview #pamjenoff

Genre: Historical Fiction, WWII Published: January 29, 2019 Pages: 384 🍊🍊🍊🍊/5 My Review: Captivating. Heart-wrenching. Emotional. Pam Jenoff is one of my favorite historical fiction authors and The Kommandants Girl and The Diplomats Wife are books I always recommend. In her latest title, we visit London, Scotland and France in 1943-1946. The main character is…

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First Line Fridays | Someone Knows by Lisa Scottoline #firstlines #someoneknows

TGIF Book Friends! Today’s First Lines comes from SOMEONE KNOWS by Lisa Scottoline which releases April 9, 2019. First Lines: Allie gripped the wheel, heading to the cemetery. The death was awful enough in someone so young, agonizing because it was a suicide. The family would be anguished, wracking their brains, asking why. But Allie…

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Book Review: True Places, Sonja Yoerg #bookreview #trueplaces

I posted this back in August 2018, but since it was recently released- please take a look at the review for True Places by Sonja Yoerg! “Suzanne’s take, unchanged since her adolescence, was somewhat different. Men were unreliable, self-serving shits. That didn’t mean she hadn’t had lovers, or even a boyfriend or two, starting in…

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Can’t. Wait. Wednesdays. | Recursion by Blake Crouch #cww #blakecrouch

I know I just posted my Top Ten Most Anticipated Reads for January to June, but I have to share one more that somehow missed my radar! I’m a BIG fan of Dark Matter by Blake Crouch and am SO excited he has a new one coming out in 2019. Recursion by Blake Crouch releases…

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Book Review: An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen #bookreview #ananonymousgirl

January 8 Genre: Thriller, Fiction, Mystery Published: January 8, 2019 🆕 Pages: 384 🍊🍊🍊🍊/5 My Review: Holy moly this was an intense read. Dr. Shields is one of the most chillingly manipulative characters I’ve read. Imagine a test where you are in an empty classroom, sitting at a computer and asked a series of questions.…

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First Line Fridays | Things You Save In A Fire by Katherine Center

Today’s First Lines comes from THINGS YOU SAVE IN A FIRE by Katherine Center. Releases August 13, 2019. First Lines: The night I became the youngest person—and the only female ever—to win the Austin Fire Department’s Valor Award, I got propositioned by my partner. Propositioned. At the ceremony. In the ballroom. During dinner. By my…

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#Giveaway FORKS, KNIVES AND SPOONS Holiday Prize Pack

Have I got the perfect holiday giveaway for you? Why yes, yes I do! I’m thrilled to announce that the lovely and generous Leah DeCesare wanted to do a giveaway for our friends and followers! I loved loved loved her book and recommend it all the time. If you’re looking for a gift for a…

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Featured New Release | Verity by Colleen Hoover #VerityBook #KindleUnlimited #socialbutterflypr

“Sublimely creepy with a true Hoover pulse. I’ve been waiting on a thriller like this for years.” Tarryn Fisher, New York Times bestselling author Verity, an all-new romantic thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author @colleenhoover, is available now! Grab your copy today! https://www.colleenhoover.com/portfolio/verity/ About the Book: Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling writer on…

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