Liz Durano

Book Review: Coyote Dream by Jessica Stein-Davis

There’s nothing like the feeling of discovering a book you can’t put down or stop thinking about and Coyote Dream by Jessica Davis-Stein is one of them. I read it in one evening two nights ago and boy,… Read More

Book Review: The Waiting Room by Alysha Kaye

“We’d always promised that when our wrinkles sagged across the surface of every one of our limbs, we’d find a way to say sayonara to the world together. (But) I was too early. I left her—her worst fear.”… Read More

Share-A-Paloosa: Everything She Ever Wanted | Dacia M Arnold

I laughed and cried. I got angry and excited. Durano took me on an emotional rollercoaster in Everything She Ever Wanted… This novel pairs well with Pinot and a nice hot bubble bath. What a super cozy read. I… Read More

Review: Say You Need Me by Carrie Lomax

I discovered Carrie Lomax quite by accident and I checked her book, Say You’ll Stay (the old title was Holiday Heat), out. I loved it so much I reviewed it here. Well, I’ve been looking forward to Janelle’s story… Read More

Book Review: Redeployment by Phil Klay

I mentioned Redeployment in my previous post but it deserves a full book review so here it is. According to Amazon, I bought this book in December 2014 after it won the National Book Award (because I love… Read More

Loving Riley Book Review | The InkedIn Book Blog

Let it be said that I am a complete Liz Durano fan and LOVE HER WORK. I’ve been following her work since she was on Wattpad and I am so happy that she’s making a name for herself… Read More

Book Review: A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Bakman

Another book review because I’ve only been postponing this for weeks. A few weeks ago, I discovered Fredrik Bakman’s dramedy, A Man Called Ove. It’s been around since 2013 in Swedish before it was translated in 2014. There’s even… Read More

Book Review: Holiday Heat by Carrie Lomax

Last night, I stumbled on Holiday Heat: A Christmas Dramedy by Carrie Lomax, a seemingly “holiday” novel with its Christmas glitter and mistletoe on the cover that’s not exactly a holiday novel. It’s set during the holidays, yes,… Read More

Book Review: The Disappearance of Ray Delgado by J.C. Cauthon

I follow J.C. Cauthon‘s blog and downloaded The Disappearance of Ray Delgado when she first announced its release a few weeks ago. I had no idea what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised to find it an interesting and… Read More

Book Review: Hungry Boss

So yesterday, while perusing my Kindle recommendations, this book popped up on my recommended list (don’t ask!). And I thought, why would anyone use a cover like that? And then I thought, why the heck not? I’m staring,… Read More