How I Lost You – Review

Thank you to Atria/Emily Bestler books and Netgalley for the chance to review this exciting novel. Let me just say, it's a good thing I didn't have a paperback copy of this book because I wouldn't have been able to turn the pages fast enough. Books like How I Lost You are the reason I... Continue Reading →

The Roanoke Girls – Shared Review

The Roanoke Girls begins with Lane facing her detached mother's suicide and finding out her mom's estranged family wants to take her in immediately. Surprised by this elusive part of her mother's past, Lane is anxious to head to Roanoke and learn more about her family's history. When she arrives, she is greeted by her... Continue Reading →

London Belongs to Me – Review

As an Anglophile, I knew I had to read London Belongs to Me as soon as I saw Colleen Hoover post a giveaway for this title on Instagram. I love everything about England and was in need of a cheerful bit of Chick-Lit to read after the heavy books I've been hitting lately.  Jacquelyn Middleton hit... Continue Reading →

A Thousand Rooms – Review

A Thousand Rooms by Helen Jones begins with the end - the end of Katie's life. When Katie accidentally steps off a curb while checking her text messages, she is hit by a car and killed. When she awakes, she finds her old body lying on the ground and her separated body and soul still... Continue Reading →

The Other Girl – Review

Thank you to St. Martin's Press and Netgalley for the chance to review The Other Girl on 5171 Miles Book Blog! Erica Spindler can spin one heck of a story (pun intended)! This was a gripping page-turner I couldn't put down. Miranda Radar is a detective for her local police department investigating an ugly crime... Continue Reading →

Girl in Snow – Review

Heavy, complex, and deeply human. I'd like to thank Simon and Schuster Publishing and Netgalley for the chance to review Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka. This novel was written with such a vivid realism that I felt as if I was intruding on the thoughts of the characters. At times, I found myself struggling... Continue Reading →

The Wildling Sisters – Review

Let me tell you now, folks, The Wildling Sisters by Eve Chase is a summer release you are going to want to pick up. This book captivated me from the very first page. It begins in 1959 at Applecote Manor in Cotswolds, England with the Wilde sisters dragging a body through the landscape. This haunting... Continue Reading →

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