Our First Bookish Kit Pick: People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry

It's that time of year where we tuck books into our beach bags, suitcases, and picnic baskets and enjoy the environment around us. That hasn't been easy for us in a long time, and now that things are opening up again, there is still time to tuck those books in our bags and enjoy some… Continue reading Our First Bookish Kit Pick: People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry

When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain

Lindsay's review “Mothers and fathers are supposed to stay.” A slow burning, beautifully written, haunting and highly atmospheric mystery. Anna is a detective who specializes in missing persons. She lives and breathes for her job and has an indescribable connection to the victims she is searching for. Anna is drawn to her childhood hometown where… Continue reading When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain

Yellow Wife by Sadeqa Johnson

"Harrowing story that follows an enslaved woman forced to barter love and freedom while living in the most infamous slave jail in Virginia." Yellow Wife is inspired by real lives of Mary and Robert Lumpkin and The Lumpkin Jail located in Richmond, Virginia from 1830 through The Civil War. Lindsay's review A powerful, well-written, intriguing… Continue reading Yellow Wife by Sadeqa Johnson

The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon

Brenda's review Hot Diggity Dang, this is one I am excited to talk about!!! Warning: It is no beach read! Don't read this one while lounging around any water!!! Why have I waited so long to read a book by this author? I now have a few other books waiting for Lindsay and me to… Continue reading The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon

The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth

Lindsay's review Rose and Fern are twin sisters. Rose is strong and determined. Fern is quirky, socially awkward and a literal thinker. Rose has always been Fern’s “protector” which started in childhood and has continued on into their adult years. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know these unforgettable characters. The various relationship dynamics were a… Continue reading The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth