Tag: Harper Collins

Review: The Murder Notebook by Jonathan Santlofer.

Review: The Murder Notebook by Jonathan Santlofer.

Grade: 4 out of 5 Now in The Murder Notebook police sketch artist Nate Rodriguez has visions of two crimes- one past, one present- and continues his winning combination of nail biting suspense and original art. Nate Rodriguez has earned the reputation of being brilliant and possibly psychic with his ability to draw near-perfect likenesses […]

Review: The Space Between Before and After by Jean Reynolds Page.

Review: The Space Between Before and After by Jean Reynolds Page.

Grade: 3.5 out 5 Forty-two and divorced, Holli Templeton has just begun to realize the pleasures of owning her life for the first time. But the experience is short-lived. Her son Conner has unexpectedly fled college in Rhode Island and moved to Texas with his troubled girlfriend, Kilian. This alone is difficult to handle, but […]

Review: Not Another Bad Date by Rachel Gibson

Review: Not Another Bad Date by Rachel Gibson

Not Another Bad Date is the fourth book in Rachel Gibson‘s Writer Friends Series. Just a warning, there will be spoilers in the review, but I’ve marked them. I’m sort of on the fence about this book. On the one hand, I really enjoyed it. It was a quick, light, fun read. But on the […]

Read The Touch of Twilight online before it hits the shelves! — SNEAK PEEK

Read The Touch of Twilight online before it hits the shelves! — SNEAK PEEK

Vicki Pettersson is back! And awesome as ever- – The Touch of Twilight, doesn’t go on sale until 5/27 but you can read the first 20% online for free now! Click here or the picture below to get your sneak peek!

Review: Things I Want My Daughter To Know by Elizabeth Noble.

Review: Things I Want My Daughter To Know by Elizabeth Noble.

Grade: 4.5 out of 5 How do you cope in a world without your mother? When Barbara realizes time is running out, she writes letters to her four daughters, aware that they’ll be facing the trials and triumphs of life without her at their side. But how can she leave them when they still have […]