Grade: A

Review: The Ultimate Betrayal

Review: The Ultimate BetrayalThe Ultimate Betrayal by Michelle Reid My rating: 4 of 5 stars Okay, this book deserves a full review because it’s the one of the deepest, most profound HPs I’ve ever read. It’s like a punch in the gut. BUT I Don’t know if I can re-read it and do justice to the review because... Read More »

Review: Treacherous Longings

Review: Treacherous LongingsTreacherous Longings by Anne Mather My rating: 4 of 5 stars Quinn Marriott is a man on a mission. An investigator for a television news show, he is tasked to find the elusive, mysterious Julia Harvey, a famous film actress who disappeared ten years ago at the peak of her career. Long ago, Quinn thought... Read More »

Review: Take Hold of Tomorrow

Review: Take Hold of TomorrowTake Hold of Tomorrow by Daphne Clair My rating: 4 of 5 stars Stella Rawson is a widow and the sole owner of a large, successful electronics company after the death of her husband, Mark. Since she is beautiful and was considerably younger than her husband, she’d had to prove herself to the company, to... Read More »

Review: Kindred by Octavia Butler

Review: Kindred by Octavia ButlerKindred is one of those books one might hesitate to review because—for me, anyway, I’m thinking, “Shit, I’m not worthy.” This is Octavia Frickin’ Butler we’re talking about here. Octavia Butler was a goddess in the world of sci-fi. Not only was she a frickin’ genius and wrote heavy, issues-laden, but ultimately engrossing books, she... Read More »

Review: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

Review: Dark Places by Gillian FlynnFamily reunions suck. Everyone knows that. You’re forced by your mother to hang out with people you’re barely related to and haven’t seen in years, eat bad food and drink flat soda, and then sometime before you leave, someone is bound to bring up something from your childhood that you’ve successfully managed to block out... Read More »

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