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Review: Girls’ Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke

Are you ready for all these post-#24in48readathon reviews? 'Cause I sure am! (If I can muster up the energy to get them all done!) I technically started this novel before the readathon started, but quickly got through it during the course of the weekend. Some thriller/suspense novels grab you right away, but some take a… Continue reading Review: Girls’ Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke

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Review: 30 Before 30: How I Made a Mess of My 20s, and You Can Too by Marina Shifrin

I'm not even going to lie...I maybe read too many of these "you're a lost twenty-something and I'm going to teach you the way to successfully live like a real adult by giving you a giant list" books. I've read Things to Do Before You're 30: The Try-It-Out, Get-It-Done, Live-It-Up List! by Jessica Misener, Adulting: How… Continue reading Review: 30 Before 30: How I Made a Mess of My 20s, and You Can Too by Marina Shifrin

Reviews · Thriller & Suspense

Review: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

Two Truths and A Lie. I'll go first...Number one: Riley Sager is one of my favorite authors. Number two: Reading is a waste of time. Number three: The Last Time I Lied is arguably one of the best releases of the summer. Have you figured it out? Can I just say alskdfjsldfldjf, go buy this book… Continue reading Review: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

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Review: This I Would Kill For by Anne Buist

What do other book bloggers and reviewers do when they are less than pleased with a book? Still review it? Just move on? I can only imagine the emotional and mental energy it takes to write and successfully publish a novel, so I feel a little off or unsettled by leaving a bad review. But… Continue reading Review: This I Would Kill For by Anne Buist

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Review: Eat Cake. Be Brave. by Melissa Radke

Not even going to lie. Not even a little bit. I only requested this book on NetGalley because of the title and the cover. And how was I rewarded? With an easy and quick read, full of funny quips--including one about how people will only pick up the book because of the cover art. Oops.… Continue reading Review: Eat Cake. Be Brave. by Melissa Radke