Book Review, Fiction, NetGalley, Romance

Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker

Say You Still Love Me is a dual-timeline second-chance love story between a high-powered real estate developer named Piper and Kyle, a man from the wrong side of the tracks. They first met and fell in love at 16 at summer camp, and 13 years later, they're working in the same building...and Kyle doesn't remember… Continue reading Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker

Book Review, Classics, Fiction

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

I will waste no time with summarizing a novel that is two centuries old and just jump right into this spoiler alert: I did not like this book. What is happening? What am I missing? Why do you guys love Jane Eyre so much?!? First, let me just say that I do not question the… Continue reading Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Book Review, Fiction

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

April May is walking the streets of New York City at 3 a.m. when she bumps into a huge statue she later names Carl. Assuming he is an art installation and impressed with his craftsmanship (Carl looks like a Transformer wearing samurai armor), April calls her friend Andy to help her make a video about… Continue reading An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

Book Review, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, NetGalley, Romance

Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center

Cassie Hanwell is one of only a few female firefighters in her Texas firehouse, but she has worked hard to earn the respect of her peers and the reputation as being one of the toughest they have. She loves her job, she loves her firehouse, and she can’t imagine her life any other way. Then… Continue reading Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center

Book Review, Fiction, Historical Fiction, NetGalley

Mercy Road by Ann Howard Creel

In 1917, Arlene Favier leaves Kentucky after a fire burns down her childhood home. Suddenly in desperate need of money, Arlene finds herself as an ambulance driver in war-torn France with the female-led American Women’s Hospital. She and her fellow female ambulance drivers, nurses, doctors, and surgeons face danger and unparalleled tragedy as they care… Continue reading Mercy Road by Ann Howard Creel

Book Review, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, NetGalley, Romance

Our Stop by Laura Jane Williams

Nadia and Daniel ride the 7:30 train to work every morning...well almost every morning...ok only sometimes because Nadia is a hot mess and never makes it to work on time. One morning, Nadia catches sight of an entry in the Missed Connections section of the paper describing her, written from a man who sometimes sees… Continue reading Our Stop by Laura Jane Williams

Book Review, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, NetGalley

Don’t You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane

Don't You Forget About Me is a story about a charming (or sometimes not-so-charming) disaster of a late 20-something woman named Georgina bouncing around from waitressing job and terrible boyfriend to waitressing job and no boyfriend. Her family is terrible, her friends are eclectic, and her new boss was her high school boyfriend. Hurricane Georgina… Continue reading Don’t You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane

Book Review, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction

How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

How Not to Die Alone is the story of Andrew, a public health employee whose job it is to find the next-of-kin of people who die alone. After hours of digging through the deceased’s belongings looking for a phone number, a photo, anything to indicate a personal relationship with a living soul, Andrew goes home… Continue reading How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

Book Review, Fiction, Historical Fiction

Lovely War by Julie Berry

Lovely War is a tale of human love told by the Greek Goddess of Love Aphrodite. In this story, she endeavors to answer the question of why Love and War are so inextricably linked. Hazel and James meet in London right before James is sent to the trenches in France. He is captivated by Hazel's… Continue reading Lovely War by Julie Berry