Can't Wait Wednesday

Can’t Wait Wednesday: The Rise of Magicks by Nora Roberts

Can't Wait Wednesday

Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. 

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Book Reviews

The Girls at 17 Swann Street by Yara Zgheib #Review @StMartinsPress

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Anna Roux is a former ballet dancer from France, now living in Missouri with her husband, Matthias. When we first meet Anna, she is in Bedroom 5 at 17 Swann Street. She is 26 years old, weighs 88 pounds, and has been forced to seek treatment for the anorexia that is slowly killing her.

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Forget You Know Me by Jessica Strawser #Review @StMartinsPress

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Lifelong friends Liza and Molly have grown distant since Liza moved to Chicago. One night, when Molly’s husband Daniel is away on business, they have a video chat in a bid to reconnect. After an awkward start, the conversation is flowing easily when Molly has to go check on one of her children. Liza is horrified when she sees a masked man enter her friend’s house, and panics when the screen goes dark. She calls the police, and then—unable to get Molly to answer her phone—Liza jumps in her car and drives all night to make sure she is okay, only to be turned away by an angry Molly. Confused, hurt, and angry, Liza returns home only to find more heartbreak waiting for her as she tries to figure out what happened that fateful night.

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An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen #Review @StMartinsPress

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The authors of The Wife Between Us are back with another collaboration, and it’s every bit as good as the first. In An Anonymous Girl, Hendricks and Pekkanen tell us the tale of Jessica Farris, a struggling New York makeup artist who signs up for a psychological study as a means to earn some quick cash. Doctor Shields’ study on ethics and morality turns out to be far more involved than the question-and-answer sessions Jessica expected them to be,  and it isn’t long before she begins to question whether events in her life or real, or just another manipulation of the enigmatic Doctor Shields.

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I See Life Through Rosé-Colored Glasses By Lisa Scottoline & Francesca Serritella #Review @LisaScottoline @FSerritella @StMartinsPress

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The ninth offering in The Amazing Adventures of an Ordinary Woman series by mother-daughter duo Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella hit the shelves in July 2018. Filled with hilarious essays about everyday life, this book is guaranteed to provide a delightful diversion from your worries.

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