Book Review: The First Emma by Camille Di Maio

I’m a huge fan of Camille Di Maio’s writing. She writes strong female characters and page-turning plots, and The First Emma offers both. Be sure to check out other stops on the tour for excerpts, other reviews, and more. Read on for MY take on this engaging story and be sure to enter the giveaway [Read On]

Book Review: Not Like The Movies by Kerry Winfrey

If you are looking for a book to escape into, Kerry Winfrey’s fun, frustrating, and delightful novel Not Like The Movies is exactly what you need right now. I received an advance copy of the book from Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review.  All opinions are my own. This post [Read On]

Review: Breakfast At The Honey Creek Café by Jodi Thomas

A new Jodi Thomas book is just what the doctor ordered! I’m joining Lone Star Lit to bring you Breakfast at the Honey Creek Café, a sweet easy read that offers up a bit of mystery, a bit of cozy romance, and a charming town you’ll want to revisit, chock full of quirky characters. Read [Read On]

Book Blitz! THANK YOU, GARDEN by Liz Garton Scanlon

Today I’m joining Lone Star Book Blog Tours to help spread our love for the delightful children’s picture book THANK YOU, GARDEN, written by Liz Garton Scanlon and illustrated by Simone Shin. Read on to learn more about this sweet book and enter the giveaway for a chance to win one of three copies of [Read On]

Book Review: The Sweeney Sisters by Lian Dolan

I adored Lian Dolan’s first two books. They were smart, funny, light, and warm – and the kind you want to reread. When I saw that she had a new book out, I jumped on the chance to read it. The Sweeney Sisters was everything I’d hoped for, with the strong character development I appreciate [Read On]

Book Review: The Caretakers by Eliza Maxwell

I’m not going to lie – when I received my review copy of Eliza Maxwell’s new release The Caretakers, I oohed and ahhed over the GORGEOUS cover. And then I set it on the corner of my desk, because my brain has desperately needed light and fluffy, and Eliza Maxwell’s books are NOT light and [Read On]

The Engineer’s Wife by Tracey Enerson Wood

Today’s book recommendation is perfect for fans of historical fiction based on real-life history or characters. Tracey Enerson Wood’s The Engineer’s Wife was a wonderfully engaging, well-researched story of the wife of the engineer who designed and started the build the Brooklyn Bridge until he falls ill and she must take over the construction. NetGalley [Read On]

Book Review: The List of Things That Will Not Change by Rebecca Stead

Warm-hearted and relatable, Rebecca Stead’s middle-grade novel The List of Things That Will Not Change is simply wonderful. Read on to learn more about this lovely book. I received an advance copy of the book from Random House Children’s Books via NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review.  All opinions are my own. This post [Read On]

Book Review: Execution in E by Alexia Gordon

If you love a good cozy mystery, do I have one for you! I’m back with Lone Star Book Blog Tours to bring you Execution in E, the newest book from one of my favorite cozy mystery authors, Alexia Gordon, who has one of the most fun and unique amateur sleuths, Gethsemane Brown. If you [Read On]

Book Review: Out of the Embers by Amanda Cabot

I needed a riveting story to escape into and historical fiction author Amanda Cabot has just the book! Today I’m reviewing Out of the Embers, the first of a new series for author Cabot. It had a little bit of everything to offer, and I loved it! Read on to learn more about the book [Read On]