Nice Girls by Catherine Dang, 4 Stars

Dang paints compelling characters who perfectly capture that awkward stage between high school and adulthood when we are all just trying to figure out who we are. Set against the backdrop of a possible serial killer of course.

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The Perfect Family by Robyn Harding, 3.5 Stars

The Perfect Family is definitely a thriller for our times. It's a fast-paced page-turner, where the reader is guessing the whole time as to who is behind the attacks on the family home. Special thanks to Netgalley and Gallery Books for an advanced e-galley in exchange for my honest review. This one is out August 10. Get your copy!

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The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon, 5 Stars

Janelle Brown, author of Pretty Things and Watch Me Disappear had the perfect testimonial for the book saying, "The Drowning Kind is satisfying on every level: Marvelously chilling, elegantly written, a true page-turner. I couldn’t wait to get to the end; I also wanted to savor every page. Jennifer McMahon is a master of mood.”

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You Love Me by Caroline Kepnes, 4.5 Stars

You Love Me is everything I wanted it to be. Joe isn't the same guy who used to stalk Beck through the windows of her NYC apartment. He's matured. I think he might not be as much of a psycho. Well, scratch that.

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The Perfect Guests by Emma Rous, 4 Stars

Really, if we had to choose just one main character in this book, it might not be Sadie or Beth (or even Leonora), but rather Raven Hall. Because people who have lived there, are somehow legit, obsessed with it.

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