Wild Women and the Blues

Denny S. Bryce transports readers back in time to the Roaring Twenties in her new novel, Wild Women and the Blues. The past and present collide for a suspenseful story full of booze, jazz, crime, and discovery. In 2015, Sawyer Hayes is a young film student whose thesis on the 1920s filmmaker, Oscar Micheaux, was…

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Get a Life Chloe Brown

I never tire of reading cute romances with characters who fit each other perfectly. After reading this story, I could not help but smile to myself in complete satisfaction. Talia Hibbert delivered humor, romance, personal growth, and an abundance of witty repartee in this enemies-to-lovers story marking the first novel in the Brown Sisters series.…

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The Lost Apothecary

Synopsis In The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner, Caroline Parcewell embarks on an anniversary trip to London without her unfaithful husband. The historian is struggling to deal with his infidelity and turns to a research project to occupy her time and thoughts. She uncovers evidence in the unsolved Apothecary Murders that have been a mystery…

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Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows

It’s not what you think it is! A young woman is hired to teach a creative writing class to a group of widows in the Sikh community.

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Infinite Country

Infinite Country by Patricia Engel is the story of a family separated in two different countries, the United States and Colombia.

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The Boyfriend Project

Spoiler Alert- This review will contain some spoilers about the plot and characters of the story. Please continue reading at your own discretion. Synopsis In The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon, Samiah Brooks finds out her boyfriend is cheating on her with two other women after some live tweets go viral. Samiah and the two…

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Purple Hibiscus

General Review Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s 2003 debut novel, Purple Hibiscus, is the story of a family that is seemingly perfect on the outside with their own conflicts behind closed doors. Kambili and her older brother, Jaja, are the children of a wealthy businessman in Enugu, Nigeria. Their father, Eugene, is a faithful member of his…

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American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson

General Review In the past year, I have been trying to expand my taste in books to different genres. I have not read a lot of historical fiction recently, but the synopsis caught my attention. What I found was a story that not only entertained me, but encouraged me to find out more information about…

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Review: The Vanishing Half

General Review I saw The Vanishing Half on several book lists and saw it on tables at bookstores. The cover caught my eye and I just knew I had to read this book. After reading through the book once, I sat still. I needed a moment to process what I’d read because this story was…

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Why Kalief Browder and the Central Park 5 are important

As I watched and recapped When They See Us, someone told me to look at The Kalief Browder Story. It took me a little time to watch and do some research on Kalief Browder and his story. I was not at all familiar with it and wanted to have a good grasp on what happened. After…

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