May Book Haul

Hey guys! So May ended up being a pretty big haul month for me and that’s why I put this off for such a good amount of time. I honestly wasn’t expecting to get this many books. I ended up winning a thriller giveaway, made some trades, had a friend send me some books and also I attended Blogbound Con. So my pile of books has increased greatly. I can’t wait to get to all these books. So let’s dive in and see what I got. Continue reading “May Book Haul”

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Arc Review: Lying In Wait

Lying In WaitLying In Wait By Liz Nugent

Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Fiction
Pages: 336 pages
Publication Date: June 12th 2018
Publisher: Gallery/Scout Press
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars

Plot: My husband did not mean to kill Annie Doyle, but the lying tramp deserved it.

On the surface, Lydia Fitzsimons has the perfect life—wife of a respected, successful judge, mother to a beloved son, mistress of a beautiful house in Dublin. That beautiful house, however, holds a secret. And when Lydia’s son, Laurence, discovers its secret, wheels are set in motion that lead to an increasingly claustrophobic and devastatingly dark climax.
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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Decided to DNF to Quickly

Hey guys!!! It’s time again for another Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme is, Books I Decided to DNF to Quickly. These are that I feel are popular that I tried to read and just couldn’t get into right away so I dnfed. I may give some of these a chance again. I know not anytime soon because I have so many books I want to read right now. So let’s dive in. Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Decided to DNF to Quickly”

Arc Review: Bring Me Back

Bring Me BackBring Me Back By B.A. Paris

Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Fiction, Suspense
Pages: 336 pages
Publication Date: June 19th 2018
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
My Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Stars

Plot: A young British couple are driving through France on holiday when they stop for gas. He runs in to pay, she stays in the car. When he returns her car door has been left open, but she’s not inside. No one ever sees her again.

Ten years later he’s engaged to be married; he’s happy, and his past is only a tiny part his life now. Until he comes home from work and finds his new wife-to-be is sitting on their sofa. She’s turning something over in her fingers, holding it up to the light. Something that would have no worth to anyone else, something only he and she would know about because his wife is the sister of his missing first love.

As more and more questions are raised, their marriage becomes strained. Has his first love somehow come back to him after all this time? Or is the person who took her playing games with his mind?
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