recommendations and reviews for the aspiring reader

recommendations and reviews for the aspiring reader

Month: December 2017

Year in Review

Year in Review

Year in Review a closer look at the carefully curated reviews and recommendations of 2017   This year has been full of a lot of changes for me, and the majority of them have been for the better. All in all, I’m very pleased with […]

Review: Prince in Disguise

Review: Prince in Disguise

Prince in Disguise by Stephanie Kate Strohm   “You’re Dusty’s sister?” For the entirety of Dylan’s life, she’s been firmly ensconced in Dusty’s perfume-ridden shadow. And it’s not even that she begrudges her sister the spotlight; Dusty is far better suited for the glitz and […]

Recommendation: Murder on the Orient Express

Recommendation: Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie   There are few authors who have been elevated to the level of “master” of their craft. A select few have been able to write novels and short stories that are famously timeless, reaching new readers across […]

Review: A List of Cages

Review: A List of Cages

A List of Cages by Robin Roe   ” Hate ricochets, but kindness does too. “   Adam Blake is the boy that all girls dream of being with and all boys dream of being. He’s handsome in that wonderfully unassuming way that so few […]

Review: The Wife Between Us

Review: The Wife Between Us

The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen   Vanessa and Nellie are two women who share the same man. Or are they? Vanessa, the first wife. Shrunken to nearly half her size due to stress and emotional pain, she can barely make […]

Review: Roomies

Review: Roomies

Roomies by Christina Lauren When Holland Bakker made her weekly (and completely out of her way) trek down to the subway station that evening, she certainly wasn’t expecting to leave with a broken arm. All she’d wanted to do was catch another surreptitious glance at […]

Recommendation: Threads

Recommendation: Threads

Threads by Ami Polonsky   When young Clara entered the mall on that swelteringly hot day, yearning for the coolness of the air conditioning and something to take her mind off of the loss of her older sister, she didn’t expect to leave feeling changed. […]