Cherish Farrah by Bethany C Morrow

Cherish Farrahby Bethany C. MorrowPub Date – 2/8/22—I started this book then I got sick and the main character was just messing with my head so much so I put it down lol. I’m glad I went back and finished it though. It was not what I was expecting, it was so trippy. This had…

Upgrade by Blake Crouch

Upgradeby Blake CrouchPub Date – 7/12/22_My reading group #playbookers started talking about this book since the widget went out last week and decided to have a buddy read. I usually don’t get into books until the week of publication but I devoured this one!✨An ordinary man undergoes a startling transformation—and fears that all of humanity…

Survive the Night by Riley Sager

Q: Do you read thrillers?__Survive the NightRiley SagerPub Date: 6/29/21__A college killer on the loose! Striking randomly every couple of years. I was always scared of being the random girl having said the “wrong” thing to the wrong person, especially if alcohol was involved. This happened in Napa one Halloween, it ended up not being random but…

Fire Keeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley

QOTD: What are your most anticipated new books of this month (or this year)?__Fire Keeper’s DaughterAngeline Boulley#arcreview__“Everything has strings attached. Unintended consequences. The shove from behind that you never saw coming.” This book is YA but it didn’t feel YA to me. It was dealing with so many adult issues from the viewpoint of a high school…

A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Mayhem

There is a killer in London that is killing based off the biblical ten commandments. Scotland Yard has not been able to discover a link between the victims or who the killer might be. Lady Katherine Bascom, vivacious newspaper running widow, does some reporting of her own with her friend Miss Caroline Hardcastle (cookbook author) and…