After reading Lair of Dreams I couldn’t wait to pick up Before the Devil Breaks You. This series has drawn me in, the books are incredibly hard to put down. So before starting the final book in the series I want to share my thoughts on book 3 in the Diviners series by Libba Bray. Let’s dive in!
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Mistakes Were Made is a book I’ve been looking forward to reading since I heard about it. I mean a character that ends up finding out her one night stand was actually her best friend’s mother? That’s a bit awkward. So of course, I needed to read it. Today I want to talk about this book and what I thought.
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When it comes to looking at upcoming releases I’m always easily sold on books that have characters that love books, have a bookstore, or is an author themselves. Better Than Fiction kind of has all of these, so I was very curious! Today I want to tell you about this book and what I thought.
Also a big thank you to Berkley for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.
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When I saw the synopsis for Killers of a Certain Age I knew I had to read it. Finally we get a book with assassins who are not girls in their late teens or early twenties. These are ladies in their sixties! Sign me up. I could very lucky and got an eARC, while the book released in September I finally finished my eARC and today I want to share my thoughts. So let’s jump in!
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T.D. Colbert is an author that has written a couple of my favorite books (Bumps Along the Way & Off the Record). It’s been a couple of years since she’s given us readers a new story, but Marks on the Moon is finally here. This book was so worth the wait! Keep on reading to find out more about this book and what I thought!
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I’m slowly getting into holiday mode and I’m enjoying Christmas reads. My most recent one was Kiss Her Once for Me. I was really lucky to get an e-arc on Netgalley and I’m glad I read this. Keep on reading to find out more about this book and what I thought.
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I feel like I have said this multiple times this year but this book was truly one if not the highest anticipated read of the year for me. And of course I had to read it as soon as it released, because unlike for book 1&2 I didn’t get an eARC haha. I was super busy so I didn’t read it as fast as I wanted to but nevertheless I finished it and I wanted to share my thoughts with you all today. So let’s jump in!
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After listening to The Good Daughter I had to jump into another Karin Slaughter right away. I own Pieces of Her but decided to get the audiobook as well. Lately that is the way for me to actually finish books haha. So I listened to Pieces of Her and wanted to share my thoughts with you all. So let’s jump in!
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As a big fan of Christmas I knew I needed A Merry Little Meet Cute once I saw the cover and read the synopsis. I know it’s still October, but my Christmas loving heart can read them any time of the year! Today it’s time for me to review this one, so keep on reading to find out more about the book and what I thought!
A big thanks to Avon and Netgalley for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.
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Lynn Painter has made her way into my auto-buy/read author after I read Better Than the Movies and Mr. Wrong Number. So when I heard about The Do-Over I had to read it. I’m so thankful that I was able to get an e-arc from the publisher and read it early. The Do-Over releases on November 15th and believe me you want to read this book. Keep on reading to find out more about this book and what I thought!
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