The Proposal by SE Lynes Published: 21 Sep 2018 by Bookouture What’s it about? You invited him into your life. And now you can never go back…
Book Review – Pretty Ugly Lies by Pamela Crane
Pretty Ugly Lies by Pamela Crane Published: 01 Aug 2018 by BloodHound Books Swathi's Rating: 4.5/5 Verdict: A perfect mix of crime and domestic chaos illustrated through sensible writing. Plot: A mother sits in a pool of blood—the blood of her family.
Book Review – The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton Published September 04, 2018 by Sourcebooks Landmark Swathi’s rating: 4.5/5 Verdict: A compulsive plot with mind boggling twists and suspenses. Hey lovelies, Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the new book I completed reading. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is an underrated mystery thriller by Stuart Turton, which should top the charts for 2018. Thanks to Sourcebooks Landmark, and Netgalley for this ARC, I really enjoyed my time with the book! This is one of the books you just put down, to the last page! Such a plot, with so much twists and surprises. Without much suspense, I’ll give you a…
Book Review – Those Other Women – Nicola Moriarty
Those Other Women – Nicola Moriarty Published July 26th 2018 by William Morrow (HarperCollins) Swathi’s rating: 4/5 Verdict: A brutally honest page turner, and a must-read for contemporary women. This book had been a getaway experience from the series of crime thrillers I’ve been reading. When I read the description of this book at edelweiss, I thought it would be a change to read a contemporary women’s fiction, and my mood matches the tone of the book. So I was good to go with it. As soon as I started a few chapters, I had my doubts. Am I wasting my time on this? I’ve so many thrillers waiting for me, should…
Book Review – Something in the water | Catherine Steadman
Ern and Mark go on their Honeymoon to Bora Bora, when they find "things" on water, that's going to change their lives forever. Will they survive the storm that's approaching?
Book Review – Little Sister – Isabel Ashdown
A big thanks to Kensington Books for an ARC. Little Sister is a fast paced psychological thriller, that got me turning pages within seconds. The story is about two sisters Emily and Jess, who were very close while growing up. Hardly an year apart in age, they made sure to look after and complement each other. But as years passed, their relationship somehow fell part, and are now estranged. Less do we know, that the reasons for them moving apart, is far more dangerous than just a sisters fight!