Monday, October 22, 2018

Review of The Wrong Game by Kandi Steiner

By: Kandi Steiner

“So, unlike a normal woman discovering her husband’s infidelity, I did not cry or scream or throw objects across the room when I learned the truth. No, instead, when I found the first sign of his indiscretions, I made a check list. And I checked items off that list with a mixture of both dread and satisfaction.”

When you start a book on this note you know it’s about to rock your freaking world. I was literally hooked from the very first line of this book.

 Now, Kandi is my girl and I always grab her books immediately, but this time was different. This writing, and this f*cking plot BLEW MY MIND.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Review of Player by Staci Hart

By Staci Hart

Okay, Staci, I have so many feelings about this book, and so many feelings because of this book. Player has become my new favorite Staci Hart book. 

“Being slender in not all there is to life.”

Val is my superhero. 

I have so many things I want to say about Val that I literally feel like I’m about to word vomit all over the place. At the beginning of this book I was absurdly annoyed with Val’s inner dialogue because it sounded JUST like the thoughts that flitter through my own head day in and day out. 

I am fu*king annoying—and Val taught me that. 

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Review of I Know You Know

I Know You Know
By: Gilly Macmillan

“You have to ask yourself: how much can one human being take before they break?”

So, this was a long read for me. It took me a few weeks to get through, but I want to qualify that statement and let you know that it wasn’t due to the quality of the writing. This was a tough subject to read. I mean, how often do you read about two little boys getting brutally murdered?... Right, so I had to make my way through this one with a little more ease than usual.

Hopefully, I haven’t scared you off, because Gilly Macmillan handled this story beautifully.

I Know You Know is a dual timeline story that investigates the murders of two little boys, Charlie and Scott. The investigation was closed twenty years ago, but Cody Swift, the surviving third best friend, doesn’t believe the right man has been put behind bars—and he’s back with a podcast to try and prove that. Meanwhile, in the other timeline, a body has been discovered that may be linked to the murders from twenty years ago.

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