Brotherhood In Death Book Review

September 13, 2017 / 0 comments

Brotherhood In Death Book Review

Liezel’s Thoughts:
There is a reason why the In Death Series is up to #45 – because there is never a dull moment! It never fails,  every single time I open any one of these books I get completely lost in her world. What is interesting about Brotherhood is how close it is to Eve’s heart.
If you’ve followed the series closely, you know that Dennis Mira has a special place in Eve’s life. Eve has never really had a father figure and it is as if Dennis …

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Devoted In Death Book Review

August 29, 2017 / 0 comments

Devoted In Death Book Review

Liezel’s Thoughts:
Devoted is about a somewhat accidental murder that becomes a titillating sport for star-crossed lovers Ella-Loo and Darryl. And I thought I’ve read it all! Apparently, I have not considering the subject matter that JD Robb brought up in the 41st installment of the In Death Series.
After the first kill, which they both got off on, there was no stopping this couple until they perfected their technique and reached their planned destination. Although the couple …

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Every Last Lie Book Review

June 27, 2017 / 0 comments

Every Last Lie Book Review

Angie’s Thoughts:
I’m reading Every Last Lie for the second time and it’s like my first. This book is consuming me. My mind. My dreams. Just like truth consumed Clara. Brilliant, Mary! Just brilliant!!
This book is a roller coaster of sharp twist and turns that will leave you on the edge of your seat not knowing what’s going to happen next. When you think you have the bad man figured out, wrong, think again. He’s not …

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I Found You Book Review

April 27, 2017 / 0 comments

I Found You Book Review

Angie’s Thoughts:
This is my second book by Lisa Jewell and I loved it! I Found You kept me on the edge of my seat until I finished the last sentence.
This book is told in multiple POV. First, we read about Alice who meets a strange man on a beach with no memory. She has a heart of gold or is just plain stupid for giving him a place to stay until he can remember. We …

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“The Butterfly Garden” Book Review

October 8, 2016 / 0 comments

“The Butterfly Garden” Book Review

Angie’s Thoughts:
I’m really not quite sure how to write my review. How to do justice to this beautiful, heartbreaking, terrifying, strange book that had me holding my daughter closer during the day and night. How to give the girls of The Butterfly Garden justice or Dot Hutchison for that matter.
The Butterfly Garden is told through Ianara or Maya (her Butterfly name) perspective. We not only learn about her but also about The Gardener, his sons …

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“Into The Light” Q&A Review

June 15, 2016 / 0 comments

“Into The Light” Q&A Review

Q&A Review by Micah, Angie & Liezel
How does Into the Light compare to all the other series written by AR?
Micah: Given our brief discussion on the topic, I know that Angie disagrees, but I think this title holds up to the high standards Aleatha sets.  All of the titles I have read by her have been superb, in character development, plot, and world-building.  I wasn’t hooked from moment one in this book, as I was …

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“The Girls” Book Review

June 7, 2016 / 0 comments

“The Girls” Book Review

Angie’s Thoughts:
This is one of those books that you know by reading the blurb you are going to love! I’m so glad I wasn’t disappointed!
The Girls which when I requested from Netgalley was called The Girls in the Garden is a fast, suspense/mystery thriller that you can’t put down. Like others I had the plot figured out pretty early on or so I thought. It was the unraveling of the story that had you so …

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“He Will Be My Ruin” Review/ Giveaway**

February 5, 2016 / 2 comments

“He Will Be My Ruin” Review/ Giveaway**

Q & A Review With Liezel, Micah and Angie

We decided to do a “read-along” on this book where we split the story into 4 parts. After each part, we waited for each other to finish and discuss before moving on to the next part.

Was “He Will Be My Ruin”  engaging?

Liezel: I seriously thought that this would be a good idea doing a read along and at times it really was. Considering it was a mystery/thriller/suspense …

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Concealed In Death Book Review

March 21, 2014 / 0 comments

Concealed In Death Book Review

Liezel’s Thoughts:
One of the things that I enjoyed about it was the fact that there were personal aspects involved. One of which delved deep into Mavis’ life. While we did know a little of her past this story gave more details about life on the street and the people that she met along the way.
I thought it was ever surprising that even all those years and all the success she has obtained that she still …

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