This book has a lot of heart, and is kind of what we’ve come to suspect from Picoult–a really well researched piece that pulls at your heart, gives you a good twist, and leaves you staring at the end contemplating life.
It’s time for another round of mini reviews because while I LOVE reviewing books, my brain is mush.
I do recommend reading it, even if just to spend two hours with the way she constructs a sentence.
I don’t know what magic was done to line up The Heiress Gets a Duke to release RIGHT after Bridgerton
Ultimately, four stars, and I’m looking forward to reading the next volume.
It was powerful because now my children are never allowed out of the house and they haven’t even been conceived yet.
Even though I ended up very disappointed in the PLL tv show, I have read pretty much everything Sara Shepard has written
It’s hard to talk about this book without spoiling it, but I was intrigued!
“Read the news; don’t make any”
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Overall, I think this is a good book for people who like historical fiction but want something lighter, something new in terms of time, and something a bit more…feisty,
Navy SEAL turned Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw published his first book in April, and I’ll admit, I was nervous going into it.