3 stars How far would someone go to inhabit someone else’s life? Apparently, if you’re Amber Patterson, you’d go pretty far to try to become the beautiful, wealthy socialite Daphne Parrish. If you are looking for a few hours of escapism and you enjoy diabolical characters, you will enjoy this one. With a simple plot … Continue reading The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine →
Taking great photos doesn’t require a lot of special equipment. In fact, chances are you already own a pretty amazing digital camera — your smartphone! Some of my best images have been taken with my cell phone, without any fancy add-ons or attachments. Here are my top three tips for taking stunning photos with your … Continue reading 3 Tips for Taking Better Camera Phone Pics →
3 out of 5 stars One Little Secret? More like countless big secrets in this domestic thriller by Cate Holahan. I picked up this closed-room mystery book during a BookBub special. The story centers around 3 sets of neighbors who ship their kids off to camp and spend a week together in Long Island. Soon … Continue reading One Little Secret by Cate Holahan →
4 out of 5 stars I came across Layla by Colleen Hoover on Prime Reading. Having recently read Verity, I was excited to try another CoHo book. If you’ve read and liked Verity and you are okay with a little paranormal flair, chances are you will enjoy this book as well. It is an incredibly … Continue reading Layla by Colleen Hoover →
I have a confession to make: I’m not really an outdoorsy person. Odd, I know, considering I’m a landscape photographer. But, up until I started taking nature photos in 2019, I was much more comfortable in the cozy, temperature-controlled indoors. I’d take occasional walks with my family and friends, and enjoy a few beach days … Continue reading The Great Outdoors →
5 out of 5 stars “There is a light inside you, Emma. Deep within. Faint and frail. Find it.” Jon Herrera, Emma and the Minotaur The first installment in Jon Herrera’s World of Light series, Emma and the Minotaur takes readers on a magical, fantastical journey. The main character, Emma Wilkins, is an eleven-year-old girl … Continue reading Emma and the Minotaur by Jon Herrera →
3 out of 5 stars This book was on the sale table at Barnes and Noble and with a cover the color of murder, it caught my eye. I knew very little about the storyline other than a vague memory of the trailer for the late 90s version of the movie based on the book. … Continue reading The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith →
4 out of 5 stars I learned with The Martian that Andy Weir can make hi-tech astronaut talk sound interesting all while making readers laugh out loud at the humor and ingenuity of the main characters he creates. Project Hail Mary is no exception. In his newest book, Weir almost lives up to the incredibly … Continue reading Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir →
5 out of 5 stars With implants, DNA edits, and human memory rewrites, the storyline in this dystopian read was beyond inventive. Cay, Limea, and Vietra are layered, unique characters, who become entangled in situations that kept me guessing throughout the book. The circumstances that these well-developed characters face force the reader to confront the … Continue reading Entanglement by Alina Leonova →
4 out of 5 stars Cassie Bowden is an alcoholic flight attendant with a history of drunken one-night stands and blackouts. So it’s not surprising when she hooks up with Alex, a handsome passenger she flirted with during most of the flight to Dubai. What is surprising is when she wakes up next to his … Continue reading The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian →
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