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
I got this mug as a Christmas gift and was so excited to use it this morning 🥰! It’s so cute and my vibe. ☕️
Happy Pub Day to my current read The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins. This is my first book of the new year and it’s soooo good!
It’s a fast paced thriller. I saw this floating around bookstagram and felt that I needed to read it and I was correct!
Quick Synopsis: Meet Jane. Newly arrived to Birmingham Alabama, Jane is a broke dog-walker in Thornfield Estates- a gated community full of McMansions and shiny SUVs 🚙. The kind of place where no one will notice if Jane lifts the jewelry off side tables. Where no one will ask if Jane is even her real name.
It’s such a great read, if you haven’t grabbed a copy yet I suggest it. Cant wait to share with you guys my thoughts when I’m done 😊 .
I finished Sprinkle With Murder by Jenn Mckinlay a last weekend and it was such a feel good book. I’ve had this one on my shelf for so long and I’m sad that it took me so long to read it.
I love cozy mysteries because of the feel good vibes they bring while reading them. This series follows Melanie Cooper and her best friend Angie living out their dreams as owners of the Fairy Tale Cupcakes bakery.
Their first big order is for a demanding bridezilla who only wants original recipes. When Melanie stumbles upon her dead body she becomes a suspect. To save her business Mel looks for the real killer. I really enjoyed Melanie as a character she is the perfect armature sleuth. This was an easy read and flowed very well . It does have cheesy parts but they are tolerable. I will be reading the rest of this series
I didn’t read much in November, I didn’t read at all if we are being honest, I did read chamber of secrets which I really enjoyed as always.
I think i was having a reading slump or it could be that I just couldn’t get into this book. I loved the cover and the synopsis but I couldn’t get through this book. I also didn’t make time to read it which says something to me.
I do have a few books planned for this month which are books I’d read in November so hopefully I have a strong reading month.
I will try to read Fat Chance by Nick Spaulding again, but for now it’s a DNF for me.