Breed: A Novel by Chase Novak

It should be noted that this was on my kindle for so long that the cover changed. The first cover was creepy because it had the bloody silhouette of a pregnant woman. This cover is creepy because it has a quote from Stephen King about how good it is.

Alex and Leslie live in New York, pretty close to being in the 1%.

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Dead by Sunset by Ann Rule

Ann Rule is pretty much the top of the barrel when it comes to true crime. I was excited to finally read this book, however it took much longer than anticipated.
Cheryl is married to Brad Cunningham. The two have three amazing young sons and while they are very combatant, each tries to do their best to leave the children out of their fights and acrimonious divorce.

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Sharing You by Molly McAdams

KC leaves her prison-like existence behind and moves across the country to follow her dream of opening a bakery. She immediately makes friends with her store’s neighbor–Kinlee. Kinlee and her husband take KC under their wings and try to fix up KC, but KC meets Brody and everything is over–the two are enveloped in powerful love and nothing will stop their heat.
Except Brody is married,

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It's Monday! What Are You Reading

It’s Monday, What are you Reading?

It’s Monday, which means it is time again to hook up with the dedicated readers of the Book Date Blog and start talking about the kinds of things we’re all currently reading. I read six books last week, a private group I am in is doing a book challenge and so I’ve been reading a lot for that. Luckily, I’m currently on a multi-genre challenge,

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Bundle of Trouble (A Humorous Cozy Mystery) (A Maternal Instincts Mystery Book 1) by Diana Orgain

Kate Connolly is pregnant when she and her husband find out his brother has gone missing. After she goes into labor, she actively beings involved in the investigation to figure out where he is AND why all the people around him seem to be dying. As a new mom, her hormones are all over the place,

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Jim Henson’s The Power of the Dark Crystal: Vol 1

Imagined as a sequel to the cult favorite The Dark Crystal, Jim Henson’s the Power of the Dark Crystal volume 1 takes up about 100 years after the thrilling climax of the film. Jyn and Kira are the rulers of Thra, and they are a peaceful people. The crystal is opened to all people in need of healing.

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Cobalt Squadron

Cobalt Squadron is a book supplimentary to Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Featuring a bright cast of characters new and old, the story focuses on Rose Tico and her sister Paige. Rose is new to this Rebellion thing, but she’s lucky she can fly with her sister. In addition to the history they share (having grown up on the same planet and in the same household), the two share a similar medallion.

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Breaking Free: How I Escaped Polygamy, the FLDS Cult, and my Father, Warren Jeffs

Rachel Jeffs was born to a mother and a father. But she ended up with many more mothers by the time she’d grown up, thanks in part to her father, Warren Jeffs, and his speaking on behalf of the prophet. In Breaking Free, Jeffs explores the darker, somewhat discouraging side of living the ‘principle’ (aka polygamy in the FLDS church).

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Princess Saves Herself

the princess saves herself in this one

I should preface this by saying that I don’t normally read poetry. However, something within this slight tome drew me in and told me to pick it up at the bookstore. A signed copy, of a Barnes and Noble exclusive edition, made me fall in love with the act of poetry and see the things I’ve got in my head in a different way.

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2018 Reading Goals

I’ve decided to hit up 200 books on Goodreads again. However, even though I hit over 200 books last year, I was not keeping up with Goodreads as much–so I lost about 10 books. Here’s to keeping up with my Goodreads list and my blog reflecting what I’m reading AND the reviews a bit more.


What reading goals do you have for 2018? Join me on Goodreads and we’ll keep each other accountable.

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