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3.5 Star ARC Review: Little Lovely Things by Maureen Joyce Connolly- Out 4/2

Lovely Little Things by is a debut novel by Maureen Joyce Connolly that follows a couple that goes through a heartbreaking nightmare when their two daughters are abducted at a gas station. Thank you to Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Landmark for an ARC in exchange for a fair review Claire Rowlings is on her way to …

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2.5 Stars: What You Hide

What You Hide is a great concept that misses the mark. I applaud Natalie D. Richards for bringing subjects such as adoption, addiction, family violence and homelessness into the plot. Thank you NetGalley and Sourcebooks  for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. However, unnecessary tropes like the romantic relationship between main characters Mallory …

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Arc Review of the most important book being released this year: Heroine by Mindy McGinnis

Please note that that their are upfront trigger warnings for those suffering or recovering from addiction or maybe triggered by reading graphic description of addiction. Heed these words. If you think I have spoiled the ending of Heroine by Mindy McGinnis with the following quote, I have not. This is how the book begins. My …

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4.5 Star Review: After the Fire by Will Hill

After the Fire by Will Hill tells the story of “Moonbeam (appointed, not actual name),” a seventeen-year-old survivor of the Lord Legion cult, which is inspired David Koresh, the Branch Davidian Compound and Waco siege in 1993. Moonbeam is a child promised to the Lord Legion leader, Father John after her father’s death and mother’s …

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Five Star ARC Review: The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried by Shaun David Hutchinson

John Lennon wrote a brilliant song called Nobody Told Me (There'd Be Days Like These). In The Past and Other Things that Should Stay Buried, Dino is having one of those days, along with his best... ex-best...dead... ex-dead, let's just say it is complicated, not dead friend July. How complicated? I submit a conversation Dino …

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