I'd highly recommend Mad Honey to Picoult's fans, it's definitely in line with her other blockbuster bestsellers.
Safe in My Arms by Sara Shepard, 3.5 Stars
in My Arms was a refreshing spin on the same old story of the women who don't quite fit in with the perfect PTA moms at school.
The Sinful Lives of Trophy Wives by Kristin Miller, 3.5 Stars
The Secret Lives of Trophy Wives is a fantastic beach read. It's a light enough read to keep one eye on the kids in the water while you read, but salacious enough that you'll keep turning the pages.
Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell, 4 Stars
Lisa Jewell has somehow become a super prolific writer. And I don't say that out of disbelief, because I love her books. I say it because I kind of feel like I've been there since the beginning. Which is so funny to say since she has no idea who I am nor should she care.Isn't... Continue Reading →
Playing Nice by JP Delaney, 3.5 Stars
Playing Nice reminded me a little of a Jodi Picoult book, in that there is a legal battle that everyone is going through. But of course, Picoult would be slightly less sinister domestic thriller and more family drama. #netgalley #playingnice
The Half Sister by Sandie Jones, 3.5 Stars
Ah the beginning of summer. "Blue skies, girls, barfy burgers." Okay maybe not the last two. But summer. Pools, drinks on the deck, firepits, friends. Although this year there are no pools and we have to wait until June 1 for friends. I must admit, I'm really having a hard time with the whole "no... Continue Reading →
The Wives by Tarryn Fisher, 3.5 Stars
Imagine if you had a husband. And he had two other wives, except you knew nothing about them.
Someone We Know by Shari Lapena, 4 Stars
Being a bad person does not make you a murderer, does it?
The Rumor by Lesley Kara, 3 Stars
It's a classic who-dunnit with a huge cast of characters.
The Last Thing She Remembers by J.S. Monroe, 3.5 Stars
Monroe spins an intriguing tale with a diverse set of richly drawn characters.