Tag Archives: BOTM

Review: The Maid by Nita Prose

There are certain thrillers that people seem to be on the edge of their seats waiting for every year. The Maid, written by Nita Prose, seems to be the latest novel of that caliber. This thriller novel checks off suspense and cozy mystery all in one go. Continue reading

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Review: Reckless Girls by Rachel Hawkins

Hawkins. Reckless Girls is her latest thriller, and that means I’m going to have to make some time to sit down and read this beauty. Continue reading

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Review: Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney

Rock Paper Scissors happens to be the first novel I’ve ever read by Alice Feeney (I know, I know. But I have several of her books on my TBR list). This twisting thriller is one heck of a roller coaster, though, and I would recommend it to any fans of hers – plus anybody else that is curious. Continue reading

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Review: Silverview by John le Carre

Silverview by John le Carre came up as one of my Book of the Month options, and I grabbed it without hesitation. It wasn’t until after I started reading that I learned that Silverview is a novel le Carre had been working on over the course of a few years – never quite getting it to the point that he liked. So now I’m feeling a bit conflicted on the matter. Continue reading

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Review: The Collective by Alyson Gaylin

The Collective, written by Alyson Gaylin, was one of my more recent picks from the Book of the Month Club. Two things immediately brought my attention to this option. First: the color; I love that bright red and black cover! Second, it’s a thriller, and I almost always grab the thriller option each month. Continue reading

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Review: How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days by K.M. Jackson

I’ll be the first to admit that How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days is not a typical read for me. Yet when it popped up as a choice for BOTM, something about it called to me. I think it was a craving for change if I’m being honest. Either way, I knew I was going to give this novel by K.M. Jackson a try. Continue reading

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March BOTM Options and Choices

Have you guys heard about BOTM (Book of the Month)? I’ve been signed up for years, but the recent changes they have made have resulted in me getting pretty hooked, to say the least. For those that don’t know: BOTM … Continue reading

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Review: Everything We Didn’t Say by Nicole Baart

ng We Didn’t Say popped up as one of my choices for BOTM, you better believe I grabbed it! I can’t resist the thrillers that pop up, and Nicole Baart’s latest novel is no exception. Nicole Baart is the same author who brought us Broken Little Things for those needing a refresher. Continue reading

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Review: The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling

The Ex Hex was one of my BOTM choices for October. It looked like a light and cute read – one that merged rom-com elements with fantasy, which is absolutely something that I am interested in. Written by Erin Sterling, this series catchphrase should be “Never mix vodka with witchcraft.” Oh! And did I mention that it’s actually the start of a series? Sign me up! Continue reading

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Review: The Book of Magic by Alice Hoffman

It’s here! It’s finally here! Wait, am I ready for this? The Book of Magic, written by Alice Hoffman, is the final novel in the Practical Magic series. It’s time to see how the Owens witches remove the curse that has plagued their family for generations (no, the movie ending isn’t canon – though it is still delightful). Continue reading

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