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.
When Rowan Caine takes a job nannying at an old, but modernly renovated home, she walks into it with her eyes wide open.
I've only really read J.T. Ellison's standalone titles--No One Knows, Lie to Me and now Tear Me Apart. But they are so good, I really should check out her series work one of these days. I get a little bogged down with series books because they can get so formulaic and you really have to... Continue Reading →
B.A. Paris is a name I am starting to really rely on for a good solid pscyhological suspense read. I read Behind Closed Doors probably about a year ago and really enjoyed it. Then I was on to The Breakdown (read my review here), which I read on its pub date this past summer, after... Continue Reading →
Greetings from another blustery cold, snow on the way, spring day! It's been pretty annoying having this weather in April, but I'm going to try not to complain too much. After all, it gives me an excuse to hole up in my house with a good book. And I can still wear slippers, and it's... Continue Reading →
Today it snowed. I know it snows sometimes in April in the midwest. But I've always thought of these types of weather events this far into spring as freak weather. Except this is not the first time it has snowed this week, nor will it be the last. It's supposed to snow on Monday. As... Continue Reading →