A Rip Through Time by Kelley Armstrong

★★★★ Just enough inspiration from well-known favorites like Outlander to intrigue, with enough original fun to thrive on its own - looking forward to the next books in the series As a sometimes rabid Outlander lover (ok, all the time, I have the scotch thistle wedding ring…), I am a sentimentalist who gives a chance …

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The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hilderbrand

★★★ A classic Elin Hilderbrand beach read with her characteristic mingling of characters. It’s a fun story that mixes past and present but feels rushed, is overloaded with side stories, and lacks the Nantucket magic we are used to. First, some context. I love Elin Hilderbrand; she’s tops in my Guilty Pleasures list, and a …

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Notes on Your Sudden Disappearance by Alison Espach

★★★ Sometimes gripping, sometimes slow and always a tad bit confusing. Still not entirely sure how I feel about it, but credit where credit is due that I am still thinking about it two weeks later. Touted as a ‘coming of age’ story and classified in some places as mystery, a more apt description might …

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Thank You for Listening by Julia Whelan

★★★★ “A stunningly average woman the wrong side of thirty on her way to Vegas, wearing an eye patch, sitting in a broken seat, listening to porn” - Julia Whelan, Thank You for Listening.*Technically a romance, but with contemporary fiction writing style and quality. Slightly outlandish at times as romances are, but ultimately a sweet …

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