October 17, 2021

Before the Coffee Gets Cold: Tales from the Cafe by (Toshikazu Kawaguchi Review by Tricia Nelson)

Rating: 4.5 stars I was thrilled to visit cafe Funiculi Funicula once again with this second installment of the Before the Coffee Gets Cold series. I loved […]
October 15, 2021

Cackle by Rachel Harrison (Review by Caitlin Winkler)

Rating: 4/5 stars Yes! The perfect October new release! Love a good “spookiest time of the year” read, and this book did not disappoint. While I […]
October 5, 2021

The Family Tree by Steph Mullin & Nicole Mabry (Review by Stacie Kitchen)

Rating: 3/5 The Family Tree is great for true crime fans! Liz finds out she is adopted while taking a 23andme test. Now while this is […]
September 24, 2021

Where I Left Her by Amber Garza (Review by Taylor Bridgeforth)

Rating 3.5 stars This read was fast and all over the place—aka perfect. I loved that it kept me intrigued in wanting to read faster but […]
September 20, 2021

The Mad Women’s Ball by Victoria Mas (Review by Samantha Helias)

Rating: 3/5 Stars The Mad Women’s Ball is about an unexpected dynamic that forms between a nurse and a patient at Paris’ Salpetriere Asylum in 1885. […]
July 23, 2021

Message in the Sand by Hannah McKinnon (Review by Shay Tibbs)

4.25 stars As someone who lives for beach reads year round, finding authors who churn out summer books like candy is a must for me, and […]
July 17, 2021

It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey (Review by Caitlin Winkler)

Rating: 4.5/5 stars I will admit, this book immediately climbed to the top of my must-read pile solely based on the description “Schitt’s Creek-inspired rom-com”, but […]
July 13, 2021

Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur (Review by Tricia Nelson)

Rating: 3.5 stars This was a perfect read to start my summer this year. A full-on romance. That is all. Not a romance hidden in a […]
June 1, 2021

The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer (Review by Missi Gwartney)

4.7 stars With the vast number of WWII themed books available at our fingertips, it is sometimes hard to find one that may be “different” from […]