Showing posts from April, 2019

Sunset Beach by Mary Kay Andrews

This was the first book I’ve read of Mary Kay Andrew’s so I did not know what to expect. Drue is down in her luck and accepts a job at her estranged father’s law firm. She moves to her family cottage on Sunset Beach, where she has fond memories of her grandparents. While fixing up the cottage she finds an old binder full of police records from a woman who went missing years ago. Why is this binder in her grandparents attic? While she is figuring out this mystery a disgruntled client comes into her father’s law firm demanding to speak to her father about her case. She feels it was not properly solved. Drue is intrigued and starts to look into her case. What she discovers has her questioning everything. Drue has her hands full with two mysteries to solve. I really enjoyed this book. I loved the characters and they writing style. I kept trying to figure out the “bad guys” and the ending was surprising! I will definitely read more of Mary Kay Andrew’s books!  

The Key to Happily Every After by Tif Marcelo

Mari, Jane, and Pearl de la Rosa have taken over the family wedding planning business. The sisters follow traditional birth order roles with the oldest, Mari, being the one in charge, the youngest, Pearl, trying to prove she is responsible and the middle sister, Jane, the mediator. The sisters must learn to work together keep the business successful. They are also trying to find happily ever after in their personal lives as well. I loved this book! The relationship between the sisters echoes a typical family. They may not always agree but when one gets in trouble they band together to help each other. The sisters try to overcome their typical roles. Each chapter is titled after a song and I loved that. It really set the mood for the chapter. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a light, funny read. This book will be published on 14May19. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

The Rosie Result by Graeme Simsion

The Rosie Result by Graeme Simsion Don and Rosie have an eleven-year old son named Hudson. Hudson is very smart but having trouble fitting in at school. Don is struggling with his work due to an experiment he completed during one of his classes that was taken the wrong way. Don does not want Hudson to struggle socially like he did, so he implements the Hudson Project. Don is going to show Hudson how to be socially accepted. Can the Hudson Project be successful? The Rosie Result is the third book in the Don Tillman story. I was introduced to Don and Rosie when my online book club selected The Rosie Project and quickly read the second book, The Rosie Effect . I was thrilled when I had the chance to read this book! It is just as amazing as the first two books. I love Don, Rosie, and Hudson. The entire series is a refreshing glimpse into the world of people who do not think and act exactly like everyone else. I highly recommend this book! πŸ‚΄I give this book🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟.   Ch