Ruthless Women by Melanie Blake – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: March 2021Publisher: Head Of ZeusPages: 455My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “Being ruthless paid off. She’d seen that time and time again.” Melanie Blake, Ruthless Women Set on a beautiful private island, Falcon Bay was once the world’s most popular soap opera, but ratings have been at an all-time low. Now a new network owner, MadelineContinue reading “Ruthless Women by Melanie Blake – Review”

Surrogate by Susan Spindler – Review

FictionGenre: SuspensePublished: May 2021Publisher: Little BrownPages: 369My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “Contraception, abortion, infertility – they’re central to the physical and ethical experience of being a female, but we never join up the dots and talk about them honestly.” Susan Spindler, Surrogate Fifty-four year old Ruth has worked hard to build the life she has. A successfulContinue reading “Surrogate by Susan Spindler – Review”

Girl In The Walls by A.J. Gnuse – Review

Fiction Genre: Suspense/Coming-of-agePublished: April 2021Publisher: HarperCollins UKPages: 359My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 stars The Girl in The Walls stays safe because she hides. She doesn’t meddle in problems she can avoid. A.J. Gnuse, Girl In The Walls Elise is an orphaned young girl living in the walls of her former family home after her parents were killed in aContinue reading “Girl In The Walls by A.J. Gnuse – Review”

The Good Girls by Sonia Faleiro – Review

Non-FictionGenre: True Crime Published: February 2021Publisher: BloomsburyPages: 314My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “This is a story about women in modern India. But it’s also about what it means to be poor.” Sonia Faleiro, The Good Girls On the 27 May 2014, sixteen-year-old Padma and fourteen-year-old Lalli went missing. A few hours later, their bodies were found hangingContinue reading “The Good Girls by Sonia Faleiro – Review”

Quiet In Her Bones by Nalini Singh – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: April 2021Publisher: OrionPages: 374My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋.5/5 “I’d use anyone and everyone to uncover the reason why my mother was nothing but decaying bones.” Nalini Singh, Quiet In Her Bones Nina Rai had it all. A beautiful rich socialite living in an elite neighborhood. Then one day she just disappeared along with a quarterContinue reading “Quiet In Her Bones by Nalini Singh – Review”

The Prophets by Robert Jones Jr. – Review

FictionGenre: Historical FictionPublished: February 2021Publisher: RiverrunPages: 388My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “Samuel and Isaiah were, after all, boys, oftentimes helpful ones who were one bluster and the other tranquil, but never callous or aloof.” Robert Jones Jr, The Prophets ‘Isaiah was Samuel’s and Samuel was Isaiah’s. That was the way it was from the beginning.’ On aContinue reading “The Prophets by Robert Jones Jr. – Review”

The Divines by Ellie Eaton – Review

FictionGenre: Coming-Of-Age Published: February 2021Publisher: Hodder & StoughtonPages: 306My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “I am Divine. My mother was Divine and her mother before that, which isn’t uncommon.” Ellie Eaton, The Divines St. John the Divine was an elite all-girls boarding school. Generations of women from the same families attended this school. Bad attitudes and misbehaving wasContinue reading “The Divines by Ellie Eaton – Review”

Black Widows by Cate Quinn – Review

Fiction Genre: ThrillerPublished: March 2021Publisher: OrionPages: 466My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “He had a way of talkin’ to all of us, where you just felt what he was sayin’ was only for you. Like he could see into your soul or somethin’.“ Cate Quinn, Black Widows Rachel, Tina and Emily are all very different, but the oneContinue reading “Black Widows by Cate Quinn – Review”

The Package by Sebastian Fitzek – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: March 2021Publisher: Head Of Zeus Pages: 371My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “It was wrapped in normal brown paper and the edges reinforced with sticky tape. Two lengths of fibrous string were tied around the package, forming a cross on the front. Nothing unusual.” Sebastian Fitzek, The Package Emma is a psychiatrist living in Germany andContinue reading “The Package by Sebastian Fitzek – Review”

I Know Who You Are by Alice Feeney – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: January 2021Publisher: HQPages: 340My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 It’s never, ever a good idea to let strangers see the real you. So as long as never forget who you are, acting will save you. Alice Feeney, I Know Who You Are One day Aimee comes home and discovers that her husband is missing, his wallet,Continue reading “I Know Who You Are by Alice Feeney – Review”

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