Pieces of Eight – Review

I've taken days to write this review because I simply don't know what to say about this book. We're not even halfway through the year yet, and I've already read so many amazing novels. I honestly am scared about making a list of favorites at the end of the year! Whitney Barbetti's Mad Love Duet... Continue Reading →

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The Girl Behind The Red Door – Release Day + Review

After reading Thriller after Thriller in the past few weeks I was definitely ready for something less creepy and crazy. I was ready for some love and heart. The Girl Behind The Red Door, Cassie Graham's latest novel, came at the perfect time. Reed Windsor is single - happily single. And not because there is... Continue Reading →

All Your Perfects – Review

How to review a Colleen Hoover book: write, erase, repeat until you're a basket case. Why? Because nothing I say about Colleen's writing will ever properly convey my feelings about her books. Lucky for her, my reviews have no merit (ha!) on her success. Colleen doesn't need us to sell her books, she barely needs... Continue Reading →

In the Gray – Review

I love supporting Indie authors, especially authors who were inspired to write books by my favorite authors! A.D. McCammon is one of the authors I have followed for a long time, but have failed to pick up books by. Through Kat Savage's reader group, I was lucky enough to score a copy of McCammon's upcoming... Continue Reading →

Anatomy of a Scandal – Review

Thank you to Netgalley and Atria/Emily Bestler Books for allowing 5171 Miles Book Blog a copy of this novel for review.  It's all we hear of lately in the news, a dirty word, a word that makes us dig deep and examine how we feel about the people committing the act, and the victims left... Continue Reading →

House of Shadows – ARC Review

  Thank you to Netgalley and Harlequin: Graydon House for providing an ARC for review. They say not to judge a book by its cover, but the beautiful cover of House of Shadows immediately caught my attention, making me want this book in my hands. The image alone could sell the book without the interesting... Continue Reading →

The Perfect Stranger – Review

I think I may have been at an advantage reading The Perfect Stranger as my first Megan Miranda book. The reviews for All the Missing Girls are raving, making fans wonder if The Perfect Stranger can live up to the hype. Since I have yet to read her previous works, I have no comparisons to... Continue Reading →

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