The Light in the Hallway

(photo cred: ChrisGlass.com) Well. I 100%, completely missed this publication debut. Amanda Prowse, I sincerely apologize. The Light in the Hallway was a fantastic book. The story was heartfelt and achingly beautiful. The blurbs weren't lying when they say to grab the tissues. This book brought tears just within the first few pages. Nick has... Continue Reading →

All About Evie

Cathy Lamb has been a favorite of mine for years and this tradition simply continues on with All About Evie. You have your quirky, local girl who keeps to herself for the most part and loves her books. She adores her animals and may be in love with the local vet. She’s learned over the... Continue Reading →

Meant to be Yours

Meant to be Yours is a cute book in the Happily Inc series. I honestly hadn't read the previous four, but that didn't hurt in taking in the story at all. I felt like I got to know each character in this book, rather than feel like I was missing something. Some authors can't achieve... Continue Reading →

Let It Snow

Let It Snow was cozy and sweet and predictable and let me tell you, I AM HERE FOR IT. Sometimes, you simply need a Hallmark Christmas movie in book form and that is exactly what Nancy Thayer wrote. You have your quaint town, your sweet local girl, and the well-off outsider. They come together in... Continue Reading →

It’s My Birthday and I’m not Freaking Out.

Twenty five wasn’t a big deal. Thirty was flirty and thriving...thirty five didn’t phase me in the slightest. I don’t feel like I’m getting older (though my back pain tells me otherwise). I am getting grey hair. I call them glitter streaks. I have fine lines and acne at the same time, which is incredibly... Continue Reading →

Queen Meryl — A National Treasure

I’ve always been a fan of Meryl Streep and this book only solidified that. As a fan, I had seen most of her movies and new of almost all of them. I knew of her political stances and admired her for showing them. As a GenXer/possible Millennial, depending on who you ask, I was THRILLED... Continue Reading →

Chase Darkness with Me

It wasn’t until I was an adult that I realized I wasn’t alone, that I wasn’t weird for being incredibly intrigued by true crime. Billy says we all have an origin story. That if you think about it for a minute, you just might realize what first got you interested in crime. For me, it... Continue Reading →

Things You Save in a Fire

When it comes to tough, Hanwell’s picture is probably next to the definition in the dictionary. She is a firefighter. A strong, resilient, smart as hell and quick on her feet, firefighter. But is that enough to go to Boston? They ain’t exactly lookin to have a ‘lady’ in the firehouse out East. See, I’m... Continue Reading →

Life and Other Inconveniences

Isn't that title amazing? I mean, how on point is that? I am two for two on new authors for me this week and I am definitely not complaining. I have heard of Kristan Higgins for years. Hell, I have a couple of her paperbacks on my bookshelf at home (what can I say, my... Continue Reading →

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