Review – Katwalk

I recently discovered an author that I love through social media. I’ve read a few of her novels and the other day I discovered that she and I are in the same sorority! She went to Berkley and I went to California State University Long Beach, so we were at different collegiate chapters at different…

Month in Review – July

Today I’m sharing my July wrap-up of the books I read and standout products that I loved. I didn’t quite realize that I’ve read so many books this year so far. At the end of 2016 I set a goal for myself to read 52 books in 2017 and about a week ago I’d already…

Review – Cassidy Lane

Today I’m excited to share my review of an author that you should try if you haven’t already read her works. ❤ Cassidy Lane by Maria Murnane My Review: The main character is a novelist and I really liked the character game that she plays when she’s out and about. Whether it’s in briefly meeting…

Author Interview, Book Review & Giveaway

Today I’m excited to tell you about a new debut author Aimee Brown and her recently released novel called Little Gray Dress. I’ve got a fabulous author interview to share and my review on her book. Enjoy! Title: Little Gray Dress Author: Aimee Brown Release Date: August 2nd, 2017 Publisher: Crooked Cat Books Genre: Romantic…

Review – Blooming

Blooming by Ruby Loren My Review: This is the second book I’ve read by Ruby Loren and I’m really enjoying the author’s writing style. This novel has a women’s fiction feel with a small bit of a mystery vibe with a dash of a chick lit vibe. I like the setting of the garden grounds…

Review – First Comes Love

I read First Comes Love by Emily Giffin a while back and completely forgot to write and share a review. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the novel. First Comes Love by Emily Giffin My Review: The story begins with a wonderful man having an untimely death. He was someone that truly understood the important…

Review – The Sunshine Sisters

The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green My Review: This novel is a prime example of the old saying that you can’t judge a book by it’s cover. The Sunshine Sisters is not a summery beach read as the cover might lead you to believe, but rather it’s about a dying woman named Ronni Sunshine and…