He Said, She Said: 17th-Century Style! Visit colonial Boston in 1662-63 in this historical fiction masterpiece by Chris Bohjalian.
The Influencer by Miranda Rijks Published April 25, 2021by Inkubator Books Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Psychological Thriller Synopsis She is worshiped by millions. But she has a secret… Adored by her legions of followers, social media megastar Skye is an inspiration. Once homeless, she is now fantastically wealthy, enormously powerful. A ‘like’ from Skye can literally […]
Electric Trees by Melissa Bobe April 13, 2021by The Hive Press Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Fiction
A fifteenth-century Eat, Pray, Love, Revelations illuminates the intersecting lives of two female mystics who changed history—Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich.
Mary Sharratt vividly brings the medieval past to life as Margery blazes her trail across Europe and the Near East, finding her unique spiritual path and vocation. It’s not in a cloistered cell like Julian, but in the full bustle of worldly existence with all its wonders and perils.
My Little Girl by author: Shalini Boland Published date: 22 April 2021by publisherBookouture Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: genre Right away, this is a book any parent can relate to. Seven-year-old Beatrice has disappeared without a trace! The time my 3-year-old got away from me in a huge department store and hid under the clothes rack? Check! […]
Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone April 20, 2021by Scribner Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Mystery & Thriller
Orange CityOrange City Book Oneby Lee Matthew Goldberg Published 16 March 2021Atmosphere Press Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Science Fiction I was granted complimentary access to Orange City via NetGalley and also as part of my participation in the blog tour for this title with Silver Dagger Book Tours. Thank you to all involved in […]
Enthralling from the first page to the last. Devoured in one sitting. Noelle Holten has become one of my must-read authors’ Angela Marsons, bestselling author of the Detective Kim Stone series
In the glittering world of Manhattan’s upper crust, where wives turn a blind eye to husbands’ infidelities, and women have few rights and even less independence, society is everything. The more celebrated the hostess, the more powerful the woman. And none is more powerful than Caroline Astor—the Mrs. Astor.