Bad Penny – Review

After a rather unsatisfying psychological thriller, I was in need of a light and fun read and Bad Penny, Staci Hart's latest release, was the only way to go. Guys love Penny and Penny loves guys, but she always breaks it off after the third date, because if she sticks around, one of three things... Continue Reading →

The Good Sister – Review

I would like to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for giving me the chance to read and review this novel for 5171 Miles Book Blog! Jess Ryder is a new author to me and yet I was excited to head into The Good Sister, her latest psychological thriller that follows the lives of sisters Josie and... Continue Reading →

Excess Baggage – Review

Back in March, when it was still cold and depressing outside, I got an ARC sign-up form from Laura Barnard who was going to release her new book, Excess Baggage, in May. The novel promised to be full of sunshine, summer and old feelings - the perfect getaway from this weather. Now it is May... Continue Reading →

Excess Baggage – Release Day

💜💚EXCESS BAGGAGE RELEASE DAY GIVEAWAY!💜💚 Grab your copy now -  myBook.to/ExcessBaggageLB Win a SIGNED PAPERBACK & Amazon voucher (Details of giveaway below). 'An absolute must read this Summer!' Lady Living in Bookland 'Quintessential British humour, I felt like I was on a girls holiday with my own chicks.' Persuing Princesses Book Blog 'Almost made me... Continue Reading →

The Queen and the Cure – Review

"The Gifts we are given are not given for our benefit but for the benefit of mankind." Was Amy speaking of herself with this quote?  Seriously, the woman's gift of writing is a benefit for mankind.  Every time I read one of her books I am in complete awe of her writing abilities.  She crafts... 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 →

Revelry – Review

Everyone was raving about Kandi Steiner's new release, even before it was even available for purchase. So of course I had to buy Revelry and read it too. Wren Ballard is a successful Seattle based fashion designer. Her love life, however, is anything but successful: she is 27 and freshly divorced. To free her mind... Continue Reading →

Who Needs Air – Review

How often have you read a book that made you genuinely happy? And I don't mean a re-read of your favorite book, because, well, it is obvious that it makes you happy. I mean a new book. One that you were a little skeptic about at first because the blurb sounded too good to be... Continue Reading →

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