Goodnight from London – Review

  As book lovers, I think we can all agree not all 400 pages in every book we read are created equally. Sometimes I can fly through 400 pages in a day and other times it may take me a couple of weeks. Unfortunately, Goodnight from London was one of the latter. I felt as... Continue Reading →

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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 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 →

The Bronze Horseman – Review

I finally read The Bronze Horseman, people! That's enough for a celebration in itself since it has been sitting on my Kindle app for almost a year now! Everyone raves about this book and I just knew I was going to love it intensely. You guys know how much I love a good World War... Continue Reading →

Between Shades of Gray – Review

I have been drawn to books detailing the struggles of people during World War II since I have been a child.  For that reason, I wanted a chance to read this book for years. Finally I was able to check it out through Overdrive from my library and was anxious to be transported back in... Continue Reading →

Drums of Autumn – Review

I have been reading the Outlander series since May of last year, spacing the books out as I have had time to devote to the tale. Drums of Autumn is without a doubt my favorite of the Outlander series, thus far.  I know a lot of people complain about how long these books are and how scenes... Continue Reading →

My Name is Memory – Review

Do you know what may be the best thing in modern society?  Logging off Facebook and using every moment you would pick up your phone, to pick up a book instead.  Not an e-reader, a real book.  The solitude and quiet resetting of myself has been much-needed and so welcomed.  Let's be honest, I already... Continue Reading →

From Sand and Ash – Review

Amy Harmon is unstoppable! Yet again, I am blown away by her talents for storytelling.  I love WWII-era Historical Fiction to begin with, so I already knew Amy Harmon + the 1940s would = complete magic. From Sand and Ash begins in the 1930s with young Eva and Angelo.  Angelo is forced by his father to... Continue Reading →

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