Summer Reading: The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton

The Perfect Girlfriend has been on Lindsay and my unread shelf for quite some time, and we finally decided to pull it off our shelf, dust it off and find the perfect summer spot to read it. Unfortunately, I could only read it outside once due to the rain. It's putting a damper on my… Continue reading Summer Reading: The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton

Summer Reading: Someone We Know by Shari Lapena

Shari Lapena has surprised me with how much I enjoy her books. I always seem to think I will not like them, and then I read them and enjoy them. As you can see from Lindsay's thoughts below, she is a huge fan of Shari Lapena and has enjoyed all her books. She has a… Continue reading Summer Reading: Someone We Know by Shari Lapena

Summer Listening: 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard

Hot diggity, DANG 56 Days makes for a great summer listen. It's another brilliant, well-crafted, original, out-of-the-box psychological thriller/suspense with thrilling twists and turns by Catherine Ryan Howard. When I read The Nothing Man in Aug 2020, I thought it was one of the best thrillers I have read in a long time, and now… Continue reading Summer Listening: 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard

From My Shelf of Read Books by Kim Michele Richardson 

I loved and was a big fan of The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek. I did a Q & A with Kim Michele Richardson and then loved it even more. I loved her passion for her characters and story, which shone through in the story. I had some very different thoughts for The Book Woman's… Continue reading From My Shelf of Read Books by Kim Michele Richardson 

From My Shelf of Read Books by Emily Henry

Emily Henry, in my opinion, is the queen of modern Rom Coms and never fails to deliver great natural and fun banter. Her books make the best summer reads. They are entertaining and light enough not to require much attention, yet with some depth and insight to keep you engaged in the lives of our… Continue reading From My Shelf of Read Books by Emily Henry

From My Shelf of Read Books by Louise Candlish

My first introduction to Louise Candlish books was, Our House, then Those People, and I enjoyed both. I recently read The Heights (my favorite) and The Other Passenger (my least favorite). If you are looking for fun, entertaining, unlikable characters with exciting plots and twisty turns to the stories, I highly recommend them all. Reading… Continue reading From My Shelf of Read Books by Louise Candlish