5 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

Hairpin Bridge by Taylor Adams

5 Stars This book was just as good as his first novel, full of suspense and lots of twists and turns. I know a lot of people have problems with this books but I honestly really enjoy them, they keep me entertained and the plot twists really do get to me. Lena's estranged twin sister… Continue reading Hairpin Bridge by Taylor Adams

4 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth

4 Stars I have massively enjoyed Sally Hepworth’s books in the past and this one was my favorite by far.  She did an amazing job with the individual mental illnesses and portrayed them flawlessly and without them being problematic. I loved how both of the twin sisters in the books were both suffering from different… Continue reading The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth

3 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

These Deadly Games by Diana Urban

3 Stars I've never read anything else by this author before so I have nothing to compare her writing to but the writing style wasn't bad. Maybe I'm getting too old for the young adult variety of thrillers but this one was a little too out there and farfetched for me. I'm sure a teenager… Continue reading These Deadly Games by Diana Urban

4 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Blog Tour, Book Reviews, NetGalley

The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf

4 Stars My first book by this author that I've read and it definitely didn't disappoint. This had so many gasping, jaw-dropping moments that kept my attention the whole time and had me desperate to know what was going to happen next. The story follows three different timelines; one follows Wylie in the current day… Continue reading The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf

5 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

Dark Roads by Chevy Stevens

5 STARS I’m pretty sure this is my favorite book of 2021, hands down.  As I’ve read all of Chevy Steven’s other books, I can confidently say this is also my favorite book of hers. This was a dark, depressing, disturbing story told by two traumatized young girls that will leave your heart wrenched and… Continue reading Dark Roads by Chevy Stevens

3 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

Such A Quiet Place by Megan Miranda

3 Stars I was immediately intrigued by the synopsis of this book and the beginning did hook me in with its high intensity and then slow burn but then I became pretty bored with this book. The story telling was a little monotone compared to the high tension beginning. Overall not a bad book but… Continue reading Such A Quiet Place by Megan Miranda

2 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

Shutter by Melissa Larsen

2 Star Review This book immediately intrigued me by the spookiness of the cover and the synopsis, I was definitely getting Friday the 13th vibes. I was expecting to read something so horrifying that I would have nightmares and be forced to sleep with my lights on, head tucked tight under my covers. Unfortunately that… Continue reading Shutter by Melissa Larsen

5 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book review, NetGalley

Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica

5 STARS Thanks so much to Park Row Books and NetGalley for the complimentary copy for my honest review! Just when I thought I had read a Mary Kubica book I didn’t like she proves me completely wrong. I thought I had this book all figured out. I thought I knew exactly who the bad… Continue reading Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica

5 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

Her Dark Lies by J.T. Ellison Review

5 STARS This was J.T. Ellison's best book by far! It was so fast-paced and I had no idea what was going to happen next. The atmosphere was perfectly set up to where you felt like you were at this villa with the characters seeing everything they were seeing and feeling the weather and overall… Continue reading Her Dark Lies by J.T. Ellison Review

4 STAR REVIEW, ARC, Book Reviews, NetGalley

The Girl From Widow Hills by Megan Miranda Review

4 STARS This book instantly hooked me from the beginning, the plot of this book was so intriguing and interesting. One thing I have noticed with thrillers is there tends to be a popular trend of similar plot points but I honestly have never read anything like this book. The gist of the story is… Continue reading The Girl From Widow Hills by Megan Miranda Review