ARC Review: A People’s History of Heaven by Mathangi Subramanian

"It's not easy to be a girl. But trust me, my dear. It is much, much harder to be a woman." Published: March 19, 2019 Publisher: Algonquin Books Pages: 304 (Hardcover) Series: N/A - Standalone     Early on, we girls learn that life owes us nothing, that womanhood is a spectrum of nuisances, heartbreak, … Continue reading ARC Review: A People’s History of Heaven by Mathangi Subramanian

ARC Review: The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald

The truth, after all, only mattered as much as you allowed it to.  Published: February 5, 2019 Publisher: Gallery Books Pages: 368 (Kindle) Series: N/A - Standalone   What do you do when you know something and nobody will listen? When you need answers and nobody will provide them? When you can't trust anybody to … Continue reading ARC Review: The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald

Sarah Morgan’s ‘Moonlight Over Manhattan’ Review

  Dog walker Harriet Knight is on the quest to challenge herself and break out of her shell. When she meets handsome doctor Ethan Black, she realizes the greatest challenge she has to face is love.   Published: November 28th, 2017 Publisher: Harlequin Pages: 374 Series: From Manhattan with Love #6 “If you don’t push … Continue reading Sarah Morgan’s ‘Moonlight Over Manhattan’ Review

Stephanie Kate Strohm’s ‘Prince in Disguise’ Review

  Dylan Leigh is tired of being stuck in her older sister's spotlight, but when Dusty lands a reality show on a major network, the spotlight gets too out of hand. When everyone travels to Scotland for Dusty's 'royal' wedding, Dylan gets a lesson in love, family, and being yourself.   Published: December 19th, 2017 … Continue reading Stephanie Kate Strohm’s ‘Prince in Disguise’ Review

Stephen Wallenfels’s ‘Bad Call’ Review

Colin, Ceo, Grahame, and Ellie set out on a hiking/camping expedition in the beautiful Yosemite National Park. However, this is a trip based on lies and as things start to pile up one thing becomes clear; not everyone is leaving the park alive. Published: Expected to publish December 19th, 2017 Publisher: Disney-Hyperion Pages: 320     … Continue reading Stephen Wallenfels’s ‘Bad Call’ Review

Lisa Jewell’s ‘The Girls in the Garden’ Review

The communal gardens behind Clare's new flat are gorgeous during the day, but become sinister as the sun goes down. When her eldest daughter, Grace, is found assaulted in those very gardens, it becomes clear that darkness lurks in the most normal of places. Published: June 7th, 2016 Publisher: Atria Books Pages: 309 "Best to … Continue reading Lisa Jewell’s ‘The Girls in the Garden’ Review