Remember Us Book Review

Remember Us is a book to chew on. I had to sit a bit and think on my overall feelings of this book, and now that I’ve digested its words a little more, it’s a five-star read for me. Reese and her broken family endeavor on a journey together to pick up all the pieces…

Entangled Lives – Book REVIEW (Releases 7/27/18)

Entangled Lives by Imran Omer – 4/5 Stars – Thank you, NetGalley and Roundfire Books, for the advanced reading copy! Releases tomorrow! Review Below. Entangled Lives has been the most diverse and unique reads of this year for me. Overall, I’m glad I read this book because it gave me a perspective of a world…

Book Review: The Vines We Planted by Joanell Serra

The Vines We Planted was the perfect ebook read and I’m so glad I read this one! It’s a classic complex family story that demonstrates how everyone’s life is interwoven and affected by each decision a person makes, but more importantly, the impenetrable strength of a community when someone is in need. Love plants us,…

Book Review: Us Against You by Fredrik Backman

This has moved to my top favorite release of 2018. Fredrik Backman does it again with another spectacular story of LIFE, the way it is, should be, and could be. Us Against You is the second book after Beartown, and if you haven’t started this two-part book series yet, it’s time to pick it up!…

BOOK REVIEW: The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

[4/5 stars] The Lying Game is a suspense novel told from the perspective of Isa, a civil attorney in her thirties with a six-month old daughter, who receives a text from an old boarding school friend of hers, Kate, that simply reads: “I need you.” The text is sent to two other close friends of…