A riveting, retelling of the traditional “Beauty and the Beast” fairytale. It’s been awhile since I was this taken with a story. Both traditional and fresh all at once.
I found The Lady in Residence by Allison Pittman to be totally entertaining and as you can see my mini-me did too. McGuire was as riveted as me! All jokes aside this split-time novel really does draw you into the stories of its main characters, strong and interesting women each in their own right. Whether […]
Suzanne Woods Fisher’s brand new novel The Moonlight School does not disappoint. Fisher is a brilliant and reliable author. Not only can you count on a fascinating story and historical accuracy, but also a daring to dabble in current issues and challenging cultural norms. In this novel education and literacy and the impact it has […]
Endless Mercy by Tracie Peterson and Kimberly Woodhouse is the second in The Treasures of Nome series. (The first in the series is titled Forever Hidden.) I love when I accidently request to review a second in a series without having read the first, simply because it gives me even more to read! This series […]