Killman Creek

Killman Creek by Rachel Caine 4.5/5 ☆ Thank you to Thomas & Mercer and NetGalley for the free review copy of this novel. All opinions are my own. This is the sequel to Stillhouse Lake, which I reviewed earlier this year. If you'd like to read the review for this novel, the blog can be [...]

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Caroline

Caroline: Little House, Revisited by Sarah Miller 5/5 This book was almost, in a way, helping me relive a portion of my childhood. In the fourth grade, I read the Little House on the Prairie books. I have loved historical fiction since I was a little girl, and this book set only increased my obsession with [...]

The Other Alcott

The Other Alcott: A Novel by Elsie Hooper 5/5 ☆ I have been seeing this book on Instagram, and I couldn’t resist not adding a library hold to it. Not being familiar with the Alcott’s, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Right away, I was drawn into the life of May and the relationships that surrounded [...]

Behind Closed Doors

Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris 5/5 One day. That's all it took for me to read this novel. Right away, I was sucked into Grace and Jack's life. I could not and did not put the book down for anything. Well, maybe, except class. I am a thriller lover. I love psychological thrillers the absolute [...]

The Blinds

The Blinds by Adam Sternbergh 4/5 This novel was a little out of my comfort zone, but I enjoyed it. The Blinds is a place where truly horrible humans are sent after they have had their memories wiped of the horrendous crimes. They are sent here instead of prison. Anyone is free to leave at any [...]