When Nichole ends up in the hospital, too sick to explain, what's Crystal supposed to think about the fire police claim Nichole started at her own house? Or why she'd allegedly trapped her husband inside?
In one moment, she finds out her husband is not only accused of murder, but of murdering his mistress? That's a lot to unpack...
Here again finally catching up on previously provided eARC's. Huge shout out to NetGalley and Grove Atlantic for this one in particular. In this historical fiction novel, we follow Frances Gorges as she joins the court of King James to care for his daughter, Elizabeth. While there, she fights for her life after being labeled … Continue reading The King’s Witch by Tracy Borman
I know what you're all thinking... Michelle hasn't posted about a fantasy series in a while... and now she's posting about a mystery???? It's ok, hold your panic. I'm fine... we'll, as fine as any of us book addicts are, amiright? *wink* MG Martin goes about her life, working on comics, dying her hair crazy … Continue reading The Frame-Up by Meghan Scott Molin
Wow friends, I'm so far behind on my eARCs it's not even funny. First a big thanks to Brian Wilkinson, Blue Moon Publishers, and NetGalley for providing a copy of the book for my honest review. We follow our heroine through a tragic night that leads to her seeing dead people. Super The Sixth Sense, … Continue reading Paramnesia by Brian Wilkinson
Happy Christmas Eve, everyone! I finished the True Reign series. Feel free to catch up by checking out my review of The Key and Red. The final installment finds our friends traveling to Emperion to ensure that Rema not only lives through her kidnapping, but is able to take her rightful place reigning over her … Continue reading War by Jennifer Anne Davis
Book 2 of the True Reign series. Feel free to check out my review of The Key to catch up! First, we have to talk about how badass this cover is. I swear this book's cover is at least part of the reason I started this series. I even weirdly showed it to some non-book … Continue reading Red by Jennifer Anne Davis
Embarrassing admission happening in... 3... 2... 1... This book totally joined my TBR list because I was obsessed with that terrible show Reign (loosely based on Mary, Queen of Scots) and read this series had a similar vibe. I'd say sue me, but I lack the funds to make that worth your while and any … Continue reading The Key by Jennifer Anne Davis
I read the first book in this "series" what feels like forever ago. I think this one was released, but I would've had to pay for it, and, to be honest, I already pay for two book subscription services, so I try to not buy a ton of books outside of those as well. I … Continue reading The Long Game by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
This marks the second book I've read by Chauncey Rogers. Feel free to stop by and check out my review of Home to Roost if you're interested. Happily tells the story of Laure, a scrappy self-reliant lower class citizen who makes her living stealing where possible to find food, clothing, and shelter as she makes … Continue reading Happily by Chauncey Rogers