ntry is really a breathtaking and heart-wrenching first account of the trials that undocumented immigrants face when they come to America.
The Last to See Her is a wild ride that is part mystery, part thriller, part romance, part story of betrayal and part sister story. Which sounds like it could be too much. But it's actually just the perfect amount.
When Ally "wakes up" from her amnesia, she has no idea what just happened and she's surprised and a bit anxious to meet her husband Hugh - because she has no recollection of him either.
Michelle Campbell has found a very secure place on my list of authors who release a book a year and the book is never a disappointment. Last year I reviewed She Was the Quiet One and I really loved it. It capitalized on two notoriously creepy things--twins and boarding school. This year, she is releasing... Continue Reading →