Review: Virgin by Radhika Sanghani

so ummmm….I appreciate this book, because honestly, it’s the first book I’ve actually been able to read in months without actually forcing myself to pick it up and finish it. 496 more words


Review: Field of Prey (Lucas Davenport #24) by John Sandford

I think I love his books more with each new release….I’ve been in a massive book slump…nothing holds my attention….but this did….and the ending….I love Davenport so much….I love that he is flawed, but his heart is not….I love that he faces moral and ethical dilemmas head on…..doing what he knows will allow him to sleep at night….even if it costs him something somewhere else down the line….and never putting his job before people…..those close to him, or just those he encounters for a short time…. 99 more words


Review: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

I loved this book from page one. All the way up until the end.

This is the story of Libby Day. As a young girl of seven, Libby’s testimony puts her fifteen year old brother, Ben, in prison for the murder of their mother and two sisters. 689 more words


Review: Personal by Lee Child

hmmmmm….what can I say? I love Jack Reacher. I love Lee Child. I’ve been a massive fan from the very start. I’ve recommended his books to dozens of people…probably hundreds! 463 more words


Review: Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King

Okay, so this is soooo not a typical Stephen King book. Reading this novel I suddenly understand why authors use pseudonyms. I mean, I loved this story from page one….but the entire time I was reading it, I kept thinking, “this isn’t like any Stephen King book I’ve ever read”…. 434 more words


Review: The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches by Alan Bradley

Okay, so I know this is book 6 in a series, but alas, it’s where I started. I know I need to go back and read the earlier books in this series. 266 more words