Another multi POV thriller where someone is dead, but you spend the whole novel finding out who is dead and who did it? okay, I’ll bite. The Guest List by Lucy Foley has been on my TBR for a few months, and while it wasn’t as fast-paced as I expected, and got a bit overwhelming…
“I wrote it post-2016, and that really was the initial impetus for it. I, like most of the country, thought we were going to have our first female president,” Watson said.
Sometimes, books are tagged a certain way, and it’s totally wrong, but when this book was sub-tagged as erotica…I should have listened
We’re back again, mid-pandemic, with a deep attempt to find some happiness in life. What’s making me happy this week? Well….I don’t really know. I’m REAL busy right now—running around with no one to blame but myself for saying Yes to so many things, but one things that’s nice to watch and destress with, in…
Jane Austen…but with murder. Elizabeth Bennett, crime solver.
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I’m glad to know there will be more books in this series, but I just wasn’t blown away by this sequel. The first book is definitely the strongest so far!
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Hello, it’s me again, writing from the depths of despair and pandemic fatigue and listlessness, and I’m here with an oldie but goodie that I have rediscovered, and YES IT IS MAKING ME HAPPY.