The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg is a beautiful story of love and loss and creating a family.
How well do you know your partner? In Poison by Galt Niederhoff Cass thinks she knows everything about her 2nd husband and has the perfect life until things start not making sense.
Is there a popular author that you used to read but over time found your self reading less and less often? For me John Grisham is one, in the beginning I had to read his latest as soon as it came out and then after a while, for whatever reason I didn’t. But someone told me to give his latest book, Camino Island, a try because it was about books and I am glad I did.
The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine explores what women will do to get what they want.
Merry and Bright is Debbie Macomber’s entry into this year’s pool of holiday book offerings.
Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak explores a question that terrifies many adults. What would happen if as an adult you found yourself quarantined with your parents and sister?
Dan Brown is back at it with his latest book Origin. It is another Robert Langdon book that has him escaping death to solve a controversial mystery.
The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman is a prequel to her book (and the movie) Practical Magic. But it is not necessary to have read (or watched) Practical Magic to enjoy this book.
It is the time of year when a subgenre of books is released, Holiday books! Christmas in London by Anita Hughes has all of the elements that make these books so enjoyable- a holiday setting, a little romance, and holiday treats. Continue reading Christmas in London Book Review