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
Winter Solstice by Elin Hilderbrand is the final book in the Winter Street series and it wraps up the stories of the Quinn family.
What are you going to do for your Second Act? Will your life continue as it always has or are there going to be changes? Second Acts by Teri Emory explores what a group of friends have in store for their Second Acts.
Do you enjoy books? I mean really enjoy them to the point bordering on obsession? Are you a librarian? Or do you just love books about books? If you can answer yes to any of these questions you are going to love Dear Fahrenheit 451 by Annie Spence.
My audio books have been LONG this month and by long I mean many, many hours of listening. The other similarity between my September Audio books is that they have been historical fiction. I enjoy listening to historical fiction because they are often the books I want to read but find I lack the patience for the descriptions and backstories when I am reading but in an audio book they just flow better.