What Passes as Love by Trisha R. Thomas (Review & Excerpt)

💙💛💙⁣⁣Are you a historical fiction fan?⁣⁣I love when a fictional story can draw you in to help you learn and understand the past, while also have you on the edge of your seat.⁣⁣What Passes as Love is the story of Dahlia Holt, mixed-race daughter of a plantation owner who passes as white to escape enslavement, … Continue reading What Passes as Love by Trisha R. Thomas (Review & Excerpt)

All Are Welcome by Liz Parker

👰🏼🏝⛈⁣⁣Dearly beloved readers,⁣⁣We are gathered here today at the destination wedding of Tiny and Caroline in beautiful sunny Bermuda.⁣⁣Where along with the luxurious wedding gifts from their wealthy, WASPy families, we’ll be unwrapping a heckuva-lot of secrets and dirty little lies. ⁣⁣ “…very fresh, real and hysterically funny…There aren’t nearly enough lesbian romantic comedies meant … Continue reading All Are Welcome by Liz Parker

The Stranger in the Mirror by Liv Constantine

It's #ThrillerThursday my friends!⁣⁣Have you read any great thrillers lately? Let me tell you about this one … you do not want to snooze on this book!⁣ “Liv Constantine plants her flag squarely in land staked out by the likes of Lisa Gardner and Karin Slaughter.”—Providence Journal ⁣I’m a huge fan of this duo and The Stranger … Continue reading The Stranger in the Mirror by Liv Constantine

The Summer of Lost and Found by Mary Alice Monroe

☀️🏖😷⁣⁣Ideal quarantine location? ⁣⁣(If we HAD to do it again, of course, but cross fingers we NEVER do!)⁣⁣Mine? A beach house like in this story - for sure!⁣⁣And yes, you read that right ... this book is set in the early days of the coronavirus outbreak. My first pandemic story!⁣⁣ “The perfect kickoff to summer!” … Continue reading The Summer of Lost and Found by Mary Alice Monroe