*Review* The Heart and Other Monsters- Rose Andersen

A riveting, deeply personal exploration of the opioid crisis-an empathic memoir infused with hints of true crime. In November 2013, Rose Andersen’s younger sister Sarah died of an overdose in the bathroom of her boyfriend’s home in a small town with one of the highest rates of opioid use in the state. Like too many […]

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It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? 11/9/20

Happy Monday! I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. This week I’m going to read a book that I won in a giveaway, a book that has been part of my collection for awhile, and a book that the publisher sent to me on Netgalley. What are you reading? The Heart and Other […]

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*First Line Friday* Heroine- Mindy McGinnis

   Three screws in her hip. Two months until spring training. One answer to all her problems. Mickey Catalan is no stranger to the opioid epidemic in her small town. There are obituaries of classmates who “died suddenly” and stories of overdoses in gas station bathrooms—but none of that is her. No, Mickey is a […]

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*First Line Friday* Thizz, A Love Story- Nicole Loufas

Happy Friday! The book this week has been on my tbr for quite some time and I finally got my hands on a signed copy. I hope you guys decide to check this out because it’s a really good story!    Dani is in love, that much she knows. Now if she could just figure […]

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Rosie Colored Glasses- Brianna Wolfson

Synopsis: Sometimes even all the love in the world is not enough to save someone. Willow Thorpe knows friction… The friction between her parents, Rosie and Rex. The friction inside herself as she tries to navigate two worlds since their divorce. But life has not always been like this. When Rosie and Rex first met, […]

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Too Late- C. Hoover

Synopsis:         Sloan will go through hell and back for her little brother. And she does, every single night. Forced to remain in a relationship with the dangerous and corrupt Asa Jackson, Sloan will do whatever it takes to make sure her brother has what he needs. Nothing will get in her way. […]

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Where Did You Sleep Last Night- Lynn Crosbie

“You’re like a firefly in a jar, I say holding her cold hand. She squeezes mine and I fall asleep with my head bent to hers: when we meet in dreams, she runs to me, bares her breast, and peels back the skin to show me her small frantic heart.” Received at BEA Chicago. This […]

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