A mother-daughter tale, a coming of age story, and an exploration of antebellum life in the U.S. as a freed black woman
I just was expecting something a bit…more.
I’m sure this will be a BOTM pick, and I’m sure people will scream how terrified they were, but a lot of them will be just like me: underwhelmed.
Books under 200 pages are my favorite–especially when they’re still poignant and gut-punchy,
A mutli-POV courtroom thriller about a fire at a hyperbaric oxygen submarine? Okay…I’ll bite. Miracle Creek here I come.
Grab the edge of your seat and dive in!
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…
It was powerful because now my children are never allowed out of the house and they haven’t even been conceived yet.
I read 24 entire books in January, and I’m halfway through 2 more!
Well, it’s finally over, so let’s take a look back at what I read in 2020.
It’s hard to talk about this book without spoiling it, but I was intrigued!
Contemporary romantic novels set at Ren Faires? Okay…I’ll bite