I finished The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins a few days ago and Wow!
This book was so a great book to start the year with. I really enjoyed the different points of view being told. The end was the best for me because I got the answers to the questions I had and thennnn it left me with more questions. This could have just been me but I really felt sorry for Jane the whole time. She wanted to fit in so badly and she had a past she was running from there was a lot happening to her. Also the person I thought was the villain turned out to not hw a villain at all! My brain couldn’t handle all the plot twists 🤯.
If you haven’t already picked this one up, please do it! You will not regret reading such a good book! Thank you @lawdyhawkins and @booksparks
Happy Publishing Day to Waiting For The Night by Julie Carrick Dalton.
I received this as book mail last week and fell in love with this cover ! 🥰🥰
Synopsis: Cadie Kessler has spent decades trying to cover up one truth. One moment. But deep down didn’t she always know her secret would surface? An urgent message from her long-estranged best friend Daniela Garcia brings Cadie, now a forestry researcher back to her childhood home. There her and Daniela are forced to face a dark secret that ended bother their idyllic childhood.
This sounds like it will give me have me feeling a lot of emotions. I can’t wait to dive into it. You guys can pick this gem up starting today!
Thank you @juliecdalton and @booksparks for my copy 🤍
My last book of 2020 was The Tourist Attraction by Sara Morgenthaler.
Synopsis: When Gram Barnett named his diner The Tourist Trap, he meant it as a joke. Now he’s singing reindeer dogs to an endless parade of resort visitors who he couldn’t be bothered with. Two weeks in Alaska is the top item for Zoey Caldwells bucket list. An act of kindness brings Zoey into Grams world and she finds there more to the grumpy local than meets the eye.
I absolutely enjoyed this book so much! It was a great read to finish the year with. It gave me all the feels. Do I think it was predictable, yes did I enjoy that, absolutely. I felt like this was a hallmark movie but in boom form. It gave me romance, comedy and at some points I said “I knew that would happen”. This was a total booksta made me do it and I have no regrets. I didn’t realize this was a series so now I’ll have to read the others to see what happens next with these crazy kids!
Happy day after Christmas! Going to work today was tough, I was so full and tired from yesterday. But it wasn’t as hectic as I thought it would be.
I finished this gem a few days ago and I really enjoyed it. I can see why In A Holidaze was all over bookstagram. It’s such a cute read.
Since I’m sure you’ve seen this one all week I will keep this review short and sweet. And if you haven’t I encourage you to give this one a try.
Synopsis : It the most wonderful time of the year…. but not for Maelyn Jones. She’s living with her parents , hates her job and has mad a romantic error of epic proportions. This may also be Maes last year at her favorite place where she and her family have spent the holidays since she was born.
Review: I really enjoyed the ground hogs day vibe this book had. I also found Maelyn very relatable and rooted for her to get what she wanted. This book also made me laugh and have all the feels which was great to read before Christmas. I was happy with the ending of the story, in a way it left me wanting more and I like that in a book. This is my first book from this author and I can not wait to read more .