A Spell For Trouble

A Spell For Trouble

I am a huge cozy mystery fan, so I couldn’t wait to read A Spell for Trouble by Esme Addison.

Synopsis: Aleksandra Daniels hasn’t set foot in the quiet seaside town of Bellamy Bay, North Carolina in over twenty years. Ever since her mother’s tragic death, her father has mysteriously forbidden her from visiting her aunt and cousins. But on a whole Alex accepts an invitation to visit her estranged relatives.

Guys this book was really good, I finished it in three days! I couldn’t put it down, the story telling was amazing. The descriptions made everything seem real and totally sucked me in. I had a picture of what everything and everyone looked like in my head. This was a very fun read and I can not wait for the second book in this series. Thank you


All Our Summers

All Our Summers

I got a chance to read All Our Summers by Holly Chamberlin.

While the cover of this is very cute and you think it’s going to be an interesting read about summer and the memories two sisters have. It turned out to be the complete opposite.

This one was really hard for me to finish, I couldn’t connect with the characters or story line. There seemed to be unnecessary drama and one sister was way more dramatic and confrontational then I expected. I did looked interest. It did pick up again for me at the end when they had a break through in their relationship. This book was also extremely long, which made everything really drawn out.


Monday Book Mail

Monday Book Mail

Happy Monday guys! Hope you all enjoyed the weekend.

I received my #BOTM a couple of days ago, I’m so excited for my picks. Two of them are definitely #bookstagrammademedoit picks. Everyone’s said such good things about The guest by Lucy Foley and Beach read by Emily Henry.

I’m going to be honest I haven’t read much this month due to moving and taking a tiny vacation today was my first day of truly reading and I’m not really feeling the book I’m reading 😔. I’m debating on ditching it and reading something else or just finishing it.

Meet the Bookstagrammer!

Meet the Bookstagrammer!

I hit 500 followers so I thought it was a perfect time to do a meet the bookstagrammer.

Here are some random facts about me:

🍩Beyoncé is my favorite musical artist #queen

🍩My two favorite comfort shows to watch are Gilmore Girls and Golden girls

🍩Obsessed with all of the Real Housewives Franchises and 90 day fiancé

🍩My favorite flower is a sunflower 🌻

🍩My birthday is next month #virgolife

🍩If I could eat pizza,donuts and tacos all day I would

🍩My favorite animal is a giraffe 🦒

🍩I’m a licensed esthetician.

Thank you to all of you who decided to follow me I appreciate all of you and I love being apart of this wonderful community!

July Stack

July Stack

Hey guys, this is a late post but here is my stack of reads for the month of July. So far I have only finished of these so far. Hopefully I can get through the other two soon. I did also read two ARC’s this month as well. All three of these books are from my book of the month picks. I skipped the month of July because none of them really interested me so hopefully next month will be better.

A good neighborhood by Theresa Anne Fowler is a contemporary novel that examines the american dream through the lens of two families living side by side in North Carolina. The novel explores the effects of class, race, and a heart rendering love story.

Home before dark by Riley Sager, Twenty-five years ago Maggie -Holt and her parents moved into Baneberry Hall. It was a Victorian estate in the Vermont woods, they only stayed there for three weeks and left in the middle of the night. Her father then wrote a book about what happened there. Maggie returns after her fathers death,not believing in ghosts Maggie is shocked to find something inside of the house.

The two lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver, Lydia and Freddie have been together for a decade. On her 28th birthday Frieddie died in a car accident, now Lydia is alone crying in her apartment. Jonah and her sister Elle help Lydia take her first steps out into the world. That is until she gets pulled back into her past.

All of these books seem really good and they have awesome reviews. I can not wait to dive into these books. Have you guys read any of these, let me know in the comments.

The Secret Women

The Secret Women

Can I just send a cheers to all strong women!

If you are looking for a book that will pull at your heartstrings and still fill you with happiness then I highly recommend The Secret Women by Sheila Williams. I finished this book within a week last week that how phenomenal it was.

Three women become fast friends after a yoga class and margaritas at a local restaurant. I was initially drawn to the cover of this book because it is so pretty, but once I started reading I was drawn to all three women. I love how they became such a great support system for each other when they live completely different lives and didn’t formally know each other outside of their weekly yoga class. I found myself aww-ing at certain parts of this story that how invested I became in these characters. They each couldn’t handle what was troubling them alone and with the help of the others, they battled and conquered their fears. Two things you can take away from this book are how women are great at uplifting each other when handling things alone just won’t cut it. everyone needs a great set of friends to help them with life struggles and to help them navigate how to be able to move on and succeed in life. The second is that sometimes you don’t have to have similar backgrounds with someone for them to be a friend.

I liked this book so much I will be going to pick up a hard copy it was published last week! Truly great read, I give it 4 stars.