Showing posts from October, 2020

Review: The EX Boyfriend

The EX Boyfriend By: Rona Halsall 297 Pages Published September 30, 2020 Bookouture Source: Net Galley Note:   I received this book directly from the publisher via  Net Galley  to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and I received no other compensation.   Synopsis from GoodReads:   He promised to love her until her dying day… When Becca’s first love shows up on her social media feed, she can’t help but smile fondly. Once upon a time, Connor was the love of her life, and though it was over ten years ago, he’s always held a place in her heart. Then he sends her a message. He sounds happy – still kind and funny, still living across the world in Australia. But he wants to know everything about her life now. How can Becca tell him the truth? About her workaholic husband, her stressful job, and the challenges of caring for her elderly father and her longed-for, adorable but exhausting three-year-old daughter Mia? Becca hesitates, knowing she shouldn’t even reply. But Connor lives o

WWW Wednesday: October 7

  WWW Wednesday is a feature hosted by Sam over at Taking On A World of Words .  My friend, Lori at Palmer’s Page Turners also posts this regularly and I want to give her a shout out too! The Three W’s are: What did you just finish reading? What are you currently reading? What do you think you’ll read next?   Recently Finished All The Lies was a 🌟🌟🌟🌟 and The EX Boyfriend was a 🌟🌟🌟🌟.5.  Currently Reading I'm reading Won't Lose this Dream as part of a book circle for work.  I'm an administrator at a small, public liberal arts college in the PNW.   I'm enjoying The Silent Patient, The Other Mrs., and Small Great Things.  Sadly, I think I have figured out The Other Mrs. because I read the author's note.  Note to self - do not do that again! Small Great Things I like and was sidelined due to other reading. I plan to make some progress on it this weekend. On Deck Are Open Book , The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo , The Boys’ Club ,  High Ac

Review: All The Lies

All The Lies   215 pages September 22, 2020 Source: BookSirens Note: I received this book directly from the publisher via BookSirens to facilitate my review.  All opinions are my own and I receive no other compensation.   Synopsis from GoodReads:  On the surface, Amy and Jason have the perfect marriage, but Amy is trapped in a nightmare with a controlling, violent husband. Then on a short cruise without Jason, Amy befriends Liz, a young woman travelling alone on her way to meet her birth mother for the first time. Liz looks so much like Amy that they could be sisters. When Amy regains consciousness after a terrible accident that takes the lives of many passengers, she finds that because of a mix-up in personal effects, everyone believes she is Liz. Only she knows it is Liz who has gone missing, presumed dead. Now, Amy has to make the most important decision of her life: tell the truth and return to a life of fear or become Liz for a while, until she figures out an escape plan. But as A