Showing posts from March, 2021

Just My Luck by Adele Parks

Just My Luck  is Adele Parks' latest novel available on 6April by MIRA books. The author of  Lies, Lies, Lies  is back with another thriller. This book is already in the process of being made into a movie! In my opinion the book is always better than the movie to be sure to read this one first. I have read Adele's books in the past and love her ability to capture the reader. I was thrilled to be asked to be part of this blog tour for my honest opinions. It is so important to support writers and books you love so they can create more books for us! Description Be careful what you wish for...    After spending happy hours, parenting classes and barbeques together for the last 15 years, Lexi and Jake Greenwood have celebrated and shared almost everything with the Pearsons and the Heathcotes, including their lottery numbers. Then one night, the unthinkable happens. Someone has been telling lies – lies dark enough to burn bridges and tear the tight group of friends apart. Whe

Project Kaitlyn by Grayson Avery

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Grayson Avery’s newest book, Project Kaitlyn . It is a funny book guaranteed to take you on an escape. It is the first in the Sweet Water Circle series. Sweet Water Circle is a group of women who support each other through anything. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources and the publisher for allowing me to be a part of this tour. They provided the book and media information but the review is my honest opinion of the book. Description Meet Kaitlyn Colby, a clumsy, inappropriate blurter with self-esteem issues, but also quite handy with an axe. She's certainly no superhero, but she fights the battles of a single mom with sweet snarkasm. Between work and pining for and co-parenting with her man-child ex (is there any other kind?), Kaitlyn has no time to find that special someone. And if she did, would he really want her anyway? Kaitlyn's sister and friends (The Sweet Water Circle) say yes, so following a typical Kaitlyn slip up, The Circle

Who Do You Trust by Kirsty Ferguson

Welcome to my stop on Kirsty Ferguson’s new novel. Who Do You Trust?   This is the first book I’ve read by this author and I was not disappointed. The book looked very interesting and I am thrilled to be part of the BLOG tour for this book. A huge thank you to the publisher and Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to be a part of the tour. All the opinions in the review are my own. Review I loved this book! I was hooked from the beginning and did not see the ending coming! Dana has a beautiful little girl and another baby due in a few weeks. She is stressed and wants more help from her husband. At a family barbecue she realizes that her daughter does not have her favorite toy. She goes home to get it but never makes it out of the driveway after hearing a thump. She finds out she hit her daughter and there is no way to save her. Immense guilt engulfs her. She wants her daughter back but she has a new baby to think about. I can’t imagine going through what Dana does. Her strength is

Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham

Heather Graham's latest novel, Danger in Numbers , is available  in book stores and online on 23March.  I'm thrilled to give you a glimpse into the book before next week. Heather Graham has written over 200 novels and novellas and her latest release is thrilling! Old and new fans of Heather Graham will enjoy  this book. How can you not with the beautiful cover? Description This Spring, Heather Graham returns with a sultry and shocking standalone thriller about an FBI special agent trying to run from his past and a state police agent bent on solving a horrifying crime, even if it leads the two of them into the web of a vicious cult. Graham deepens the intrigue and raises the stakes in Danger in Numbers. On the edge of the Everglades, a brutal murder and an eerie crime scene set off an investigation that sends two agents deep into a world of corrupted faith, greed and deadly secrets . A ritualistic murder on the side of a remote road brings in the Florida state police. Special Ag

The Jigsaw Man by Nadine Matheson

  Good Morning! Welcome to the latest blog tour stop for The Jigsaw Man. It will be available next week on 16 March. I'm so glad to provide you a preview of the book and a special Q&A with the author courtesy of the publisher. I love spreading the word about new books, especially in this pandemic when we all need an escape. I hope you all enjoy this sneak peak and some insights with the author. Thank you to the publisher and author for the ARC and allowing me to be a part of the blog tour for this wonderful, captivating book. All opinions are my own. Description Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley has a lot to deal with on her first day back her from leave from the Serial Crimes Unit of Scotland Yard. After nearly becoming a victim of the vicious serial killer, The Jigsaw Man, just before he was put behind bars, she also has to contend with the subtle digs and microaggressions that come with being the unit’s only black female detective. Add a new trainee and a rocky marriage to

Her Dark Lies by J.T. Ellison

J.T. Ellison’s new book,  Her Dark Lies , is a thrilling novel about a beautiful Italian island and a fairy tale wedding that goes horribly wrong. I have read J.T. Ellison’s novels in the past and love her writing. She has you guessing until the very end of the story. You have to digest what you just read to fully understand the story and who is left standing.   This amazing book is available tomorrow, 9 March and I'm honored to be part of the blog tour. A huge thank you to the publisher and author for inviting me. I'm giving you a head start into the book with my review and, my favorite part, a Q&A with J.T. Ellison herself! Review   The story takes place on a private island that has been in the Compton family for generations. The island is gorgeous and terrifying at the same time. The history is amazing with famous artists having lived there and some of their artwork is on display. Claire, an artist herself, is amazed by this. This island is supposed to be the setting of