Redemption Road by John Hart

I have enjoyed John Hart’s novels in the past, but this one has to be one of my favorites.  All I can say is what a book!  This book also deserves a warning:  This book is difficult to put down!  I think I was hooked by page three.  I wanted to know… had to know… couldn’t stop reading until I knew… and finally breathed a happy sigh of relief at the end because wow, John Hart took us through this insane storm of a novel but wrapped it up so beautifully.  Truly amazing book!  And such a great way to start off summer reading!

Many thanks to the Goodreads First Reads program for my copy of Redemption Road.

Read from May 12 to 15, 2016

5 bright and shiny stars

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All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage

A fantastic psychological story!  George Clare lived up to my creepy standards, as Catherine to my oh, you poor thing.  At times I really wanted more from Catherine, but I believe that is what made this story so great.  Catherine remained true to her character and remained the Catherine we all loved throughout the story.  This book is absolutely beautifully written.

Read from May 02 to 08, 2016

4 bright and shiny stars

See Me by Nicholas Sparks

Can you ever go wrong with a Nicholas Spark’s book?  This one is no different.  There is love, there is suspense, and there is a bad boy trying to be good – what else do I need to say?!  Loved Maria, loved Colin, loved the book!

I also cannot wait to get my hands on his new book, Two by Two, coming out later this year!

Read from April 24 to 28, 2016

4.5 bright and shiny stars

The Opposite of Everyone by Joshilyn Jackson

Joshilyn Jackson never ceases to amaze me.  Her writing is always amazing and entertaining.  If you read her book, Someone Else’s Love Story, and wondered about Paula’s story, then pick this one up!   You will not be disappointed!  I absolutely, positively, without a doubt, loved this book!

Read from February 28 to March 07, 2016

5 bright and shiny stars