Read: Sign Here by Claudia Lux 5⭐ The Soulmate by Sally Hepworth 4⭐(🎧) The Scourge Between Stars by Ness Brown 4.5⭐ They All Fall Down by Rachel Howzell Hall 4⭐ The Second Horror by R.L. Stine 4⭐ Blind Spots by Thomas Mullen 3⭐(🎧) The Angel Maker by Alex North 3⭐(🎧) The New One by Evie … Continue reading April Wrap Up
Tag: Sally Hepworth
Book Review: The Soulmate
THE SOULMATE | Sally Hepworth 04.04.2023 | St. Martin’s Press Rating: 4/5 stars There’s a cottage on a cliff. Gabe and Pippa’s dream home in a sleepy coastal town. But their perfect house hides something sinister. The tall cliffs have become a popular spot for people to end their lives. Night after night Gabe comes … Continue reading Book Review: The Soulmate
April Possibilities Stack
After a busy weekend, I’m laughing at myself for this stack of possibilities. I managed to read almost 50 pages of my current read, Sign Here. I’m loving it so far and am really excited to pick it back up after work today. I also started The Soulmate on audio and I have to say … Continue reading April Possibilities Stack
April Wrap Up!
Read: The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth () Mother May I by Joshilyn Jackson The Source by Sarah Sultoon Alex Six by Vince Taplin No Bad Deed by Heather Chavez Facets of Death by Michael Stanley Betty by Tiffany McDaniel () The Tommyknockers by Stephen King The Siren and The Specter by Jonathan Janz Firekeeper's … Continue reading April Wrap Up!
April is my birthday month, so when I was planning my TBR I was also plotting what new books to buy myself! Please feel free to laugh uncontrollably at my mountain of maybe reads because I know I sure did when I was taking this photo! With my increased listening to audiobooks I'm thinking I … Continue reading April TBR!
Book Review: The Good Sister
THE GOOD SISTER | Sally Hepworth04.13.2021 | St. Martin’s PressRating: 4/5 stars Fern and Rose appear to be as close as twin sisters can be: Rose is the responsible one and Fern is the quirky one. The sisters share an incredibly close bond with Rose serving as Fern’s protector from the time they were small. … Continue reading Book Review: The Good Sister