2020 Reading Challenge

2020 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 6 books toward her goal of 240 books.
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Book Review: The Vacation by T.M. Logan

I just could not find my way into this one. I was so excited at a new T. M. Logan. I loved Lies and 29 Seconds – with both books I fell into the story from the opening pages and the tales held me from beginning to end. With this one, I just never found my way in… Continue reading Book Review: The Vacation by T.M. Logan

Book Review: Convince Me by Nina Sadowsky

Once again, don’t let the short review fool you… I REALLY enjoyed this one!

It’s funny – even while I was reading this one I kept thinking that the author was short-handing an awful lot of things and skipping over the how and the why of the revelations as they poured out, in favor of moving the narrative along. Normally, that’s a thing that drives me crazy and either sends me into skimming-pages mode or setting the book down all together. But I just could not stop reading this one! Continue reading Book Review: Convince Me by Nina Sadowsky

Book Review: The Night Swim by Megan Goldin

Wow. Just, wow. This was an unbelievably all-too-believable book that was so well-presented and emotionally charged that I couldn’t put it down… I was on vacation when I started reading. I had read The Escape Room and liked it as a fairly easy thriller – interesting and well-paced and a quick, easy read – and figured Goldin’s second would be more of the same. When I started reading, realized it was a book about rape and violence against women, I almost put it down. I didn’t see how it could be another “easy thriller” given the topic. I tend to avoid these as topics, and they certainly aren’t “vacation reads”… But from the opening paragraphs I was completely and utterly drawn into Goldin’s world and simply couldn’t stop reading until I knew what had happened – both to K and to Jenny (and Hannah, of course). Continue reading Book Review: The Night Swim by Megan Goldin

Book Review: When She Was Good by Michael Robotham

I love this series! This book was every bit as engaging as the first. This is a dark dark dark tale, and the backstory that was provided should have felt overwhelming but never did. Continue reading Book Review: When She Was Good by Michael Robotham

Book Review AND Excerpt: Someone’s Listening by Seraphina Nova Glass

Today I’m pleased to bring you a book in the Harlequin Trade Publishing Summer Reads Mystery & Thriller Blog Tour!

About the Book
You’re not alone. Someone’s waiting. Someone’s watching…Someone’s listening.

In SOMEONE’S LISTENING (Graydon House Books; July 28; $16.99) Dr. Faith Finley has everything she’s ever wanted: she’s a renowned psychologist, a radio personality—host of the wildly popular “Someone’s Listening with Dr. Faith Finley”—and a soon-to-be bestselling author. She’s young, beautiful, and married to the perfect man, Liam. Continue reading Book Review AND Excerpt: Someone’s Listening by Seraphina Nova Glass

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