Thursday, January 11, 2018

Liars Like Us by Mary Campisi

Liars Like Us (Reunion Gap Book 2)Liars Like Us by Mary Campisi

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


This is one of the best Mary Campisi's novels in my estimation. There is a bit of mystery and a whole lot of romance within the pages. While I wasn't too keen on the first book in this series, I loved this one. Charlotte and Tate are well developed characters with a realism that one appreciates from this author The plot is exciting and new. I found myself not being able to put it down until I finished it. I didn't even mind the fact that there are a couple of cliffhangers because the main story is neatly wrapped up. Oliver and Jennifer's relationship is one of the cliffhangers and who is the mystery father of the child. I think I know, but cannot be certain. This is a must read for all fans of Mary Campisi. "I voluntarily reviewed this ARC in exchange for an honest review."



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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Magnolia Nights

Magnolia NightsMagnolia Nights by Ashley Farley

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Ashley Farley has written an unusual story about life in the South from the perspective of three people. There is Ellie, Ashton, and Abbot. There is a mystery to be solved, but not a crime per se. The mystery is what a pathological liar can do to their lives. One can't expound on that because it would give a lot of the plot away. A psychopathic grandmother plays a huge role. One will hate her in an instant. The book is well written. It draws you in. One picks it up to read and a few hours later, the reader finds that the story has come to the end without realizing that it has. One feels the tension and heartaches that the characters are going through. This is a must read and hopefully there will be some sort of sequel.



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Sunday, October 8, 2017

Perfectly Good Crime

Perfectly Good Crime (A Kate Bradley Mystery)Perfectly Good Crime by Dete Meserve

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Very interesting novel. It is a cross between a crime drama and Women's Fiction. The story is decidedly different than most crime dramas. Can't say much about the crime because the ending would be easy to give away. The main character is fully developed and one can relate to what she is going through with the crime, her boyfriend, the choices she has to make, and her father. The plot keeps you interested from beginning to end. Rest assured you won't be sorry that you read this.



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