Review: “Confessions” by Caro Land (Natalie Bach #2)

Author Caro Land is back with “Confessions”, the follow-up to “Convictions” and the second book in the Natalie Bach series. About the Book It wasn’t but a few months ago that readers met Natalie Bach for the first time. The lady lawyer had returned to her prior position at Goldman Law, where she batted cleanup…

Review: “Convictions” by Caro Land (Natalie Bach #1)

“Convictions” is the first book in a new legal thriller series written by bestselling author Caroline England, writing as Caro Land. Her psychological thriller “My Husband’s Lies” is the most popular book on this blog. About the Book Five years ago, Natalie Bach left her job as an attorney at the prestigious Goldman Law to…

Review: “Perfect Tunes” by Emily Gould

“Perfect Notes” by Emily Gould is an astute as it is poignant. About the Book It’s the early 2000’s. Laura is 22, and she’s just moved away from her home and family in Ohio to New York City. It no longer matters that her ultra-religious mother doesn’t approve of her choices. She can do what…

Review: “The Wedding Date” by Jasmine Guillory

“The Wedding Date” by Jasmine Guillory is original, modern, and smart. It’s sexy and sweet. About the Book “A groomsman and his last-minute guest are about to discover if a fake date can go the distance in a fun and flirty debut novel. Agreeing to go to a wedding with a guy she gets stuck…

Review: “Milk in My Coffee” by Eric Jerome Dickey

“Milk in My Coffee” isn’t just a romance or urban fiction novel. It goes much deeper than that to address some important issues. About the Book When Jordan Greene moved from west Tennessee to New York City, it was definite culture shock. He went from a slow paced, laid back lifestyle to fast paced. People…

Review: “It’s Always the Husband” by Michele Campbell

“Go ahead and jump.  You know you want to,”  someone tells her as the water roars beneath them.  It’s the night of her fortieth birthday.  She’s been suicidal before.  But did she jump?  Or was she murdered?  The police chief says murder and pins it on the husband, because — well — it always is.   However,…