Book Review: Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant



1.5 disco balls

Published: June 2, 2016 by Mulholland Books
The additional .5 disco ball was because I actually finished it

Yikes. Reading this was like going to the dentist: Painful. Just opening my kindle to keep reading was like pulling teeth. I questioned categorizing it as a DNF (do not finish) more than a few times, but since I got it from NetGalley I felt like I needed to try and finish: it took me a week. A week of reading I cannot get back.Read More »

My 2 ¢: Watching Glass Shatter by James J. Cudney

Watching Glass ShatterFirst off, author James J. Cudney is super passionate about his fans and their feedback of his book. I happened upon Watching Glass Shatter in my goodreads feed and followed the author on social media – here I found him to be personable, relatable and utterly humble.

Watching Glass Shatter could be the start of a new soap opera: move over General Hospital, Young & the Restless, Days of Our Lives…there is a new game in town. I’m calling it: The Glass House. Matriarch Olivia Glass would certainly give Erica Kane a run for her $$Read More »

Pre-order this book STAT: The Wife Between Us

5 disco balls

The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen
Publish date: January 9, 2018 by St. Martin’s Press
BOTM: it was a December selection!

Ok, I was going to time my book review with the release date, but honestly I couldn’t wait much longer. I need to share this book with you all, like NOW!

In order to not give away any spoilers or create preconceived notions my review is somewhat vague, but trust me on this: love/hate it…you can read it in one sitting, heck I had to because I couldn’t wait to figure out what the hell was going to happen.Read More »

Hear What Happens after Book Club with the SNR



3 disco balls

Do Not Become Alarmed by Maile Meloy
Purchase: Amazon  Audible eligible
Published June 6, 2017 by Riverhead Books

I had my monthly book club get together last night and I am happy to report that team “Book Nerds” took 2nd place during trivia night. Obviously we discussed the book before trivia night started – what book club doesn’t focus on just the book? Hehe. Admit it, we have all been guilty of going off course, but I guess that depends on how engrossed in the story we were.

There I go rambling again, ok back to the main event…

Unanimously we all felt the same about this book in general.

Book Club Consensus: Quick read and we were all committed to finding out how the story played out. Here comes the BUT: most of the characters were unlikeable.Read More »