Book Reviews

Before and Again by Barbara Delinsky #Review @BarbaraDelinsky @StMartinsPress


Taking her eyes off the road for a moment is all it took to change the life of Mackenzie Cooper forever. Her car crashed into another, killing her daughter. The loss of her marriage, family, and friends came soon afterwards. Now she’s living a new life in Vermont as Maggie Reid, working as makeup artist in a luxury spa. Her new friends know nothing about her past, and Maggie is enjoying life out of the spotlight… until her friend’s son is accused of a crime. Maggie is faced with a difficult choice: she can be there for her friend, and risk the truth about her past being outed, or protect her secrets at all costs… including the loss of yet another treasured friendship.

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Not Her Daughter by Rea Frey #Review @ReaFrey_Author @stmartinspress


Is it really kidnapping when you’re rescuing a child?

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Guilty by Laura Elliot #Review @bookouture


When Constance Lawson goes missing,  all efforts are initially focused on finding the thirteen-year-old and reuniting her with her grieving family. All that changes when ambitious journalist Amanda Bowe zeroes in on Constance’s uncle, Karl Lawson, twisting his close relationship with Constance into something sordid, implying that he is responsible for her disappearance, destroying Karl’s life in the process. It only took seven days.

Six years later, Amanda has everything she ever wanted. She’s married, has a young son, and is the host of a hit talk show. All it takes is a single phone call to shatter the illusions of her perfect life, plunging her into a nightmare that feels all to familiar… Continue reading “Guilty by Laura Elliot #Review @bookouture”

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The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Edition by Anne Frank #Review


73 years after her death in the Nazi concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen, Anne Frank remains one of the most recognizable victims of the Holocaust. Her diary was first published in 1947 by her father. Since then, it has been translated into 70 languages, and sold more than 30 million copies world-wide.

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Music Monday

Music Monday: “Falling In and Out of Love” by Lita Ford

Music Monday is a meme that was created by Drew @The Tattooed Book Geek. All you have to do is pick a favorite song or video and share it on Mondays.

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