Book Review Of “The Shark Club” By Ann Kidd Taylor @booksparks

One summer day on the beach in Florida, two extraordinary things happen to Maeve Donnelly. First, she is kissed by Daniel, the boy of her dreams. Then, she is bitten by a blacktip shark. Eighteen years later, Maeve has thrown herself into her work as a world-traveling marine biologist discovering...

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Blog Tour, Giveaway And Review For “Chasing Eveline” By Leslie Hauser

I Give this book a 4 out of 5 stars, because it was a semi light-hearted, fast read, and it came at a really good time in my reading schedule, after reading some very heavy books. One of my favorite parts of this book is the music, and the musical...

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Book Review Of “White Bodies” By Jane Robins @touchstonebooks

  Felix and Tilda seem like the perfect couple: young and in love, a financier and a beautiful up-and-coming starlet. But behind their flawless facade, not everything is as it seems. Callie, Tilda’s unassuming twin, has watched her sister visibly shrink under Felix’s domineering love. She has looked on silently...

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Book Review Of “Eden” By Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg

  Becca Meister Fitzpatrick–wife, mother, grandmother, and pillar of the community–is the dutiful steward of her family’s iconic summer tradition . . . until she discovers her recently deceased husband squandered their nest egg. As she struggles to accept that this is likely her last season in Long Harbor, Becca...

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Book Review Of “Lying To Children” By Alex Shahla @booksparks

A fictional father writes letters to his college-aged daughter and son remembering events, large and small, from their family’s past in the poignant and hilarious Lying to Children. In this collection of sometimes outrageous, sometimes sad, often heartwarming interconnected vignettes, author Alex Shahla enters the fray with a delightful confessional...

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Book Review Of “Everything We Left Behind” By Kerry Lonsdale

  Two months before his wedding, financial executive James Donato chased his trade-laundering brother Phil to Mexico, only to be lost at sea and presumed dead. Six and a half years later, he emerges from a dissociative fugue state to find he’s been living in Oaxaca as artist Carlos Dominguez,...

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Book Review Of “The Heirs” By Susan Reiger

Brilliantly wrought, incisive, and stirring, The Heirs tells the story of an upper-crust Manhattan family coming undone after the death of their patriarch. Six months after Rupert Falkes dies, leaving a grieving widow and five adult sons, an unknown woman sues his estate, claiming she had two sons by him. The Falkes...

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Book Review Of “Bring Her Home” By David Bell

  Just a year and a half after the tragic death of his wife, Bill Price’s fifteen-year-old daughter, Summer, and her best friend, Haley, disappear. Days later, the girls are found in a city park. Haley is dead at the scene, while Summer is left beaten beyond recognition and clinging...

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Book Review Of “Everything We Keep” By Kerry Lonsdale

A luminous debut with unexpected twists, Everything We Keepexplores the devastation of loss, the euphoria of finding love again, and the pulse-racing repercussions of discovering the truth about the ones we hold dear and the lengths they will go to protect us. Sous chef Aimee Tierney has the perfect recipe for...

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Book Review Of “Final Girls” By Riley Sager

    Ten years ago, college student Quincy Carpenter went on vacation with five friends and came back alone, the only survivor of a horror movie–scale massacre. In an instant, she became a member of a club no one wants to belong to—a group of similar survivors known in the...

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Book Review Of “The Breakdown” By B.A. Paris @shespeaksup @stmartinspress

#thebreakdown #whocanyoutrust If you can’t trust yourself, who can you trust? Cass is having a hard time since the night she saw the car in the woods, on the winding rural road, in the middle of a downpour, with the woman sitting inside―the woman who was killed. She’s been trying...

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Book Review Of “The Song Of The Orphans” By Daniel Price

  The end of the world was just the beginning for Hannah and Amanda Given. Saved from apocalypse by three mysterious beings, the sisters were marked with a silver bracelet and transported to an entirely different Earth—a place where restaurants move through the air like flying saucers and the fabric...

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Book Review Of “Flight Of The Silvers” By Daniel Price

Without warning, the world comes to an end for Hannah and Amanda Given. The sky looms frigid white. The electricity falters. Airplanes everywhere crash to the ground. But the Givens are saved by mysterious strangers, three fearsome and beautiful beings who force a plain silver bracelet onto each sister’s wrist....

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Book Review Of “Emma In The Night” By Wendy Walker

  One night three years ago, the Tanner sisters disappeared: fifteen-year-old Cass and seventeen-year-old Emma. Three years later, Cass returns, without her sister Emma. Her story is one of kidnapping and betrayal, of a mysterious island where the two were held. But to forensic psychiatrist Dr. Abby Winter, something doesn’t...

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Book Review Of “Good Night, Baby Animals You’ve Had A Busy Day” By Karen B. Winnick

Whether they’re dashing, splashing, munching, or crunching, baby animals are ever-exploring! At home in their natural habitats, baby animals learn about the world that surrounds them. When the fun is done, it’s time for baby animals to go to sleep. After all, every baby animal has to rest. Full of...

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Book Review Of ” He Said/She Said” By Erin Kelly

    In the hushed aftermath of a total eclipse, Laura witnesses a brutal attack. She and her boyfriend Kit call the police, and in that moment, it is not only the victim’s life that is changed forever. Fifteen years on, Laura and Kit live in fear, and while Laura...

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Book Review Of “Arboria Park” By Kate Tyler Wall @booksparks

    Stacy Halloran has lived most of her life in 1950s-era housing development Arboria Park. But her beloved neighborhood may not survive much longer. Despite her parents’ entreaties to “stay in the yard where it’s safe,” the Park is where young Stacy roams in quest of “real life.” Through...

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Book Review Of “The Map That Leads To You” By J.P. Monninger @stmartinspress

“Romantic and unforgettable.” –Nicholas Sparks A romantic, vivid novel that takes place in the tender time of a young woman’s life: Heather has graduated from college and is traveling around Europe with her two best friends. She’s left school responsibility behind and adult responsibility is looming, but this is her...

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Book Review Of “The Big Adventures Of Tiny House” By Susan Schaefer Bernardo and Courtenay Fletcher

The adventure begins when an old farmhouse gets salvaged and recycled into Tiny, a snug little house with a big heart — and WHEELS! With the help of Big Truck, Tiny sets off across America to discover if he is still a real home. Tiny makes friends on the road,...

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