Posts Categorized: Reviews

Nov 14 2017
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Review for The Vanishing Season by Joanna Schaffhausen

Review for The Vanishing Season by Joanna Schaffhausen

 

 

 

 

The Vanishing Season is Joanna Schaffhausen’s first novel, and wow was it a good one. It had all the things that I want in a thriller, it’s haunting, flawed characters that you don’t know whether to trust or not, and plenty of suspenseful moments.

Ellery Hathaway is an officer in a small town, where crime is low with the occasional call here and there. That is, until people start to go missing. Each year, and the same day which is her birthday. She has told no one her birthday, let alone her past or how she changed her name. She is the girl who was abducted 14 years ago and is the lone survivor of a sadistic serial killer. Ellery …

Nov 13 2017
16

Blog Tour: Review for The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Blog Tour: Review for The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

 

 

Welcome to my stop on the tour for The Wife Between Us, this is an adult psychological thriller. I am happy to share with you my thoughts on this pretty amazing book. As it gets a little closer to the release date, I will be hosting a giveaway, so stay tuned. Thank you for stopping by.

 

 

The Wife Between Us
by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen
Expected Publication: January 9th 2018
By: Macmillan
Genre: Adult, Psychological, Thriller
Pages: 352
Format: Kindle

“The woman before . . .
 
Vanessa and Richard fell deeply in love and were married for seven years – until he left her for another woman, someone younger and more desirable. She now spends her days immersed in painful memories, trying to decipher …

Nov 09 2017
18

Review for Haven by Mary Lindsey

Review for Haven by Mary Lindsey

 

 

 

 
Oh my god, this was an amazing book! I’ve read a couple of Lindsey’s books and enjoyed a lot, so of course when I was given the chance to read this, I jumped on it. I read this in about 6 hours, sleep got the better of me and I had to put it down. Ugh… Never fear, I finished it as soon as I got up the next morning, it was just that good.

New Wurzburg is a magical town, but from the outside it looks like any other small town. After the death of his mother, Rain is sent to live with his Aunt, and he soon learns that there is much more to this lazy town than meets …

Nov 06 2017
13

Tour Stop: Review & Giveaway for Choosing Hope by Holly Kammier

Tour Stop: Review & Giveaway for Choosing Hope by Holly Kammier

 

 

Welcome to my stop on the tour for Choosing Hope. This is an adult thriller romance, and it was a good one for sure. I am happy to be able to share a giveaway with you courtesy of Holly as well. Enjoy…

 

 

 

 

Choosing Hope Holly KammierPublished by: Acorn PublishingPublication date: October 31st 2017Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Thriller

A broken marriage.
A love affair.
A lie that changes it all…

Hope Rains Sullivan is living the dream—a successful husband, two beautiful young boys, and a charming home in Northern California. She should be happy. She almost convinced herself she was, until Adrian came along.

Adrian, appears to be everything her husband isn’t. He works with his hands, and is even willing to use …

Nov 02 2017
10

Review for Savage (The Kingwood Duet #1) by S.L. Scott

Review for Savage (The Kingwood Duet #1) by S.L. Scott

 

 

 

 

Wow, where do I start with this! It was freakin’ fantastic! And this is my first book from Scott too, so I wasn’t familiar with her writing or anything but she really blew me away. Savage is a tale of star crossed lovers, and what more could I ask for.

Alexander and Sara Jane are high school sweethearts, but Alexander has some secrets that could put Sara Jane in danger. He has tried to keep her safe, but Sara Jane keeps pushing for him to tell her what he is hiding but whether or not she will be prepared for the truth is a different story because it isn’t pretty.

We get their story in dual points of view and with …

Oct 30 2017
15

Review for Addiction (Addiction Duet #1) by Vivian Wood

Review for Addiction (Addiction Duet #1) by Vivian Wood

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

 

 

 

 

 

This is the first book in the Addiction Duet, and boy was it a doozy and certainly not in a bad way. I’ve been trying to step out of my comfort zone, and well, this was so far past, the zone was lost. I found myself in a world that was completely new to me, and at first I was a little leery to continue once I realized what I got myself into. I pushed through though, and it turned out to be really good. Okay, so onto the story itself now.

Sean works at a …

Oct 26 2017
15

Review for The November Girl by Lydia Kang

Review for The November Girl by Lydia Kang

 

 

 

 
The November Girl is one those books that while your reading it, you’re enthralled. So many things are going on, so many questions about the characters that you want answers for, that you kept reading and before you know it you are at the last page. But after I was done, I wasn’t sure at fist how I felt about it, but the more I thought about and when I sat down to write this review, I realized just how much I really did enjoy it.

Anda is a witch of sorts, she is half human, half witch. And she is the cause of the storms that takes the lives of sailors every November, basically she feeds of of chaos. …