A hardcover copy of the book titled "The Last Story of Mina Lee" by Nancy Jooyoun Kim sits on a wicker tray with a lit cream colored candle and white mug of hot tea with a navy blue crochet blanket in the background.

The Last Story of Mina Lee – Book Review

This book was just okay for me. Generally, most of the books I've read that had that coveted Reese's Book Club sticker on the cover, I have straight up loved, flipping pages long past my bed time, spending way too much daylight reading them. But while the premise of this story intrigued me, the story itself seemed to be just as confused as the one of our heroines, Margot.

An iPad with a photo of the cover image of "The Poet X" lays next to a black hardcover journal, black pen, and black beaded rosary on a white wood tray laying on a white background with a gray wrap spread out around it.

The Poet X – Book Review

I loved With the Fire On High so much that when I saw this book become available at my library, I jumped on it. I will admit that reading poetry was not something I was looking forward to. I like my poetry to rhyme and this wasn't that, but it had rhythm, and while at first reading the lines could feel a bit choppy, the emotion that the words and rhythm evoked just cut me to the quick.

A round white wooden tray is set with a lit candle, a pair of binoculars and their open black leather case with red velvet lining are visible next to a paperback copy of the book "The Woman in the Window" with a navy blue throw in the top half of the picture.

The Woman in the Window – Book Review

The Woman in the Window by A.J. FinnPublished by: William MorrowPublish Date: January 2018Genre(s): Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, SuspenseHB&W Rating: 5View on GoodreadsBuy on Amazon: Barnes & Noble, Book Depository Synopsis Anna Fox lives alone, a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine (maybe too much), … Continue reading The Woman in the Window – Book Review

A light brown, shallow, round wicker basket lays on a white background with a cup of tea, a gray shawl, and a small swatch of gold crochet with a wooden hook arranged around it holds a paperback copy of the title "Pont Neuf" by Max Byrd and a white candle.

Pont Neuf – Book Review

Reading this novel was like watching the tumblers on a lock fall into place. It was neatly written, as Byrd laid the foundation and added each additional brick, sequentially working the themes of love and death in to the entire fabric of the story in the most satisfying way. If you enjoy reading WWII lit, I encourage you to pick up a copy of this book.