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We made it to Friday!

Celebrate by grabbing some new books! Safely of course!! Via online - Amazon Books Link -

Stay Home & Read!

Hoping everyone is safe and healthy 💚 I hope you have some good books too!

I'll Be Watching You by Leslie A. Kelly

 Pre-order on Amazon - I’m an absolute sucker for romantic suspense and @leslieakelly makes one hell of a good read! It’s a great mix of intense mystery and a bit of cat and mouse. A perfect book for some much need escapism right now. ~Tanja Coming March 31st from @readforeverpub She can trust him with her heart, but can she trust him with her life? Growing up as a foster kid, Jessica Jensen found her escape in movies-especially those starring teen heartthrob Reece Winchester. When she meets him as an adult, he's just as charming, fascinating, and devastatingly handsome as she'd imagined. Before she knows it, Jessica is falling hard. But her real-life Cinderella story is about to take a deadly turn... Jessica has completely upended everything about Reece's carefully ordered life. There's a reason he's never allowed anyone to get so close to him before. But now that she has, there's a target on her back. Because someo

The Sinner by J.R. Ward ~Excerpt & Review~

THE SINNER The Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J. R. Ward On Sale: March 24, 2020 Purchase Link I just finished The Sinner and I found it to be a fresh yet an incredibly nostalgic throwback to the writing and feel of the very first books of the Black Dagger Brotherhood books. I am finding it almost an impossibility to write a spoiler-free review and still being able to covey just how much I know fans are going to love this. So, a few bullets points will be shared instead.  Butch & V = Perfection with a few tears. Syn & Jo = a slow burn with an unexpected innocence. An alliance that confuses and amazes. A glimpse at love. Out with the old and in with the new!! I used a ton of post-it notes to mark pages and highlight quotes, but after I went back and read the passages... well, guys...  I would never rob anyone of the pleasure of experiencing The Sinner for the first time. I will end in saying I am more in l

The Meat Hunter by Megan Allen

Get it on AMAZON - Need an engrossing yet chilling read? Well, you're in luck.  The Meat Hunter by Megan Allen is releasing March 20th! The Meat Hunter by Megan Allen comes this Friday, March 2oth. The world seems to be getting more chaotic by the day: our political climate is turbulent, our economy is in danger, our planet is struggling to survive. Sometimes it's easier to turn a blind eye to the darkness we face, but Megan Allen refuses to shut her eyes. Megan refers to her books as “thrillers with a social conscience.” She seeks to shed light on the darkest corners of our society, to remind us of the things we try to forget. The Meat Hunter is no exception. .

THE YELLOW BIRD SINGS by Jennifer Rosner

Get it on Amazon - Poland, 1941. When the soldiers come to round up the Jewish men for labor duty, only half of them return. Róża knows that she must take her daughter Shira—already full of joy and music—away. The two find shelter in the hay loft of a farmer’s barn, where Shira struggles to stay still and quiet. Notes and melodies pulse inside the young girl, and it’s hard for her to resist the temptation to tap them out with her fingers and her feet. To pass the time, Róża tells Shira a story. There is a little girl who, with the help of her yellow bird, tends an enchanted garden… With this game of make believe, Róża soothes Shira and shields her from the horrors around them. But then the day comes when their haven is no longer safe and Róża must face an impossible choice: whether to keep Shira by her side, or give her the chance to survive apart. Inspired by the true stories of children hidden during World War II, THE YELLOW BIRD SINGS is a novel about

Too Much by Rachel Vorona Cote

Get it on Amazon - Well okay, friends... I guess I’m too much! LOL! What an incredible and insightful look into women and what was and is commonly thought of them. US. I’m buying one for all my girlfriends and a few guy friends too! A must-read!!. Thank you to  @grandcentralpub   @hachetteus  and  @readforeverpub  for sending this one my way! My new coffee table staple!!. A weeping woman is a monster. So too is a fat woman, a horny woman, a woman shrieking with laughter. Women who are one or more of these things have heard, or perhaps simply intuited, that we are repugnantly excessive, that we have taken illicit liberties to feel or fuck or eat with abandon. After bellowing like a barn animal in orgasm, hoovering a plate of mashed potatoes, or spraying out spit in the heat of expostulation, we've flinched-ugh, that was so gross. I am so gross. On rare occasions, we might revel in our excess--belting out anthems with our friends over karaoke, perha