Month: May 2019

  • The Lost Girls of Paris

    The Lost Girls of Paris

    Historical fiction is a genre that I don’t normally read.  I have found that I prefer reading about the actual history event as opposed to a fictionalized telling of it.  There are exceptions to this of course but I struggle to find historical fiction books that I love.  This book hasn’t changed my mind on […]

  • Machines Like Me

    Machines Like Me

    When people ask me who my favorite author is, I will usually say “Ian McEwan.”  Not because I love all his books or am always in the right mood to read them (they can be heavy), but because the way he writes is beautiful and he chooses topics that I find fascinating while bringing his […]

  • Fix Her Up

    Fix Her Up

    They say never judge a book by the cover but the reason I requested an ARC copy of the newest from Tessa Bailey was due, in part, to the bright and colorful cover.  I expected a fun read about 2 people falling in love with the backdrop of house flipping.  While this book wasn’t anything […]