What makes Simon Fitch so perfect?
-He knows all her favorite foods, music, and movies.
-Her son adores him. He was there when she needed him most.
-He anticipates her every need.
-He would never betray her like her first husband.
The perfect husband. He checks all the boxes.
The question is, why?
Nina Garrity learned the hard way that her missing husband, Glen, had been leading a double life with another woman. But with Glen gone―presumably drowned while fishing on his boat―she couldn’t confront him about the affair or find closure to the life he blew apart. Continue reading “Review: The New Husband by D.J. Palmer”
The Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge is hosted by Long and Short Reviews. This week’s topic is: my silliest pet peeves. Continue reading “Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge April 22, 2020”
Jace Black went from an oilfield roughneck to an overnight singing sensation. Now he’s working on a duet with country music legend Krystal King, and he’s determined to earn his way to the top. But the more time he spends with Krystal, the more he finds himself falling for her–and he’s beginning to be more interested in her than he is in making a name for himself.
Krystal King grew up on stage and in the spotlight. No matter how golden her life appears, her past left deep wounds. But Jace Black makes her wish things were different. To do that, she’d have to risk letting him in… And that might be too big a risk for her battered heart to take.
Continue reading “Review: Jace by Sasha Summers”
#SixforSunday is a fun weekly meme created by Steph at alittlebutalot and you can find the prompts for April, May, and June here.
Okay, so I found this meme by accident and thought it sounded like fun. Also, a way to maybe try and post more? Heck, it can’t hurt, right?
Continue reading “#SixforSunday: Five Star TBR Reads”
Happy Monday everyone! What’s going on with you? I thought that, in an attempt to lighten the mood a bit and distract from the current mess our lives are, I’d post some fun stuff that wasn’t a meme or a book review. Sound good?
Continue reading “Monday Monday”
The Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge is hosted by Long and Short Reviews. This week’s topic is: topic(s) I could give an impromptu speech on. Continue reading “Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge April 8, 2020”
Blue is the Warmest Color is a graphic novel about growing up, falling in love, and coming out. Clementine is a junior in high school who seems average enough: she has friends, family, and the romantic attention of the boys in her school. When her openly gay best friend takes her out on the town, she wanders into a lesbian bar where she encounters Emma: a punkish, confident girl with blue hair. Their attraction is instant and electric, and Clementine find herself in a relationship that will test her friends, parents, and her own ideas about herself and her identity.
I’m going to start this out by saying I was not prepared for this graphic novel. Not because of the content, or even the few, brief adult moments depicted inside. No, what I wasn’t prepared for were all the tears that I eventually shed throughout it.
Continue reading “Review: Blue is the Warmest Color by Julie Maroh”
The Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge is hosted by Long and Short Reviews. This week’s topic is: favorite book series and why. Continue reading “Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge April 1, 2020”