Good Me, Bad Me – Review

I expected way too much of this book and was mostly let down. Sure, it was interesting enough to keep my attention throughout, but I didn't live up to the hype for me. Stay tuned for my unpopular opinion ahead. BLURB: How far does the apple really fall from the tree? Milly's mother is a... Continue Reading →

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The Polygamist’s Daughter – Review

Wow. The first thought that came to mind when I closed this book was simply, wow. What a life. I love when, upon finishing a novel, I'm inspired to immediately hop on here to write my review. Memoirs are some of my favorite books to read, especially about subjects outside of my realm of understanding.... Continue Reading →

The Smallest Part – Review

Many thanks to Amy Harmon for my very first ARC copy of one of her novels! Authors like Amy Harmon are the reason I read. Her beautiful heart bleeds onto the pages of every book she writes. After I finish reading each book I'm left in awe of her writing, the soul of her books,... Continue Reading →

The 11th Hour – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Dundurn for providing an ARC for review. I didn't know what I was expecting when I picked up this book. I'm still a little torn after finishing it. But let's start from the beginning. Annika's boyfriend, Dylan, is everything to her and she is everything to him. They love each... Continue Reading →

The Masterpiece – Review

Thank you to Tyndale Publishing for their kindness in allowing me to read and review an advanced copy of The Masterpiece by Francine Rivers. Francine Rivers is a legend in Women's Christian Fiction. Her book Redeeming Love is among my favorite reads of all-time. She has an exquisite way of writing unconditional love and making readers... Continue Reading →

The Mermaid Collector – Review

What could possibly be better for a long, cold weekend than a story about mermaids? Nothing, obviously! The Mermaid Collector was the January book choice in my book club with friends from junior high and high school. Interestingly enough, we've all gone our separate ways over the years, but through social media and our love... Continue Reading →

For Now – Review

I'm always nervous to read debut novels of Indie authors because the stories are often hit or miss. If you're like me, let me ease your mind: Kat Savage has without a doubt written a hit with For Now. I'm not just saying that because I'm a fan of Kat's poetry collections. Of course, I hoped... Continue Reading →

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