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    The Fury

    Lana Farrar is a reclusive ex–movie star and one of the most famous women in the world. Every year, she invites her closest friends to escape the English weather and spend Easter on her idyllic private Greek island. We found ourselves trapped there overnight. Our old friendships concealed hatred and a desire for revenge. The night ended in violence and death, as one of us was found murdered.

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    When Grumpy Met Sunshine

    A grumpy ex-soccer player hires sunshine-y ghost writer to write his memoirs, but when the paparazzi catches sight of the reclusive athlete and curvy writer together and mistakes their business arrangement for a new relationship, they are forced to continue with the fake relationship in order to keep the appearance that he's writing his memoirs himself. But what's real and what's fake?

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    Blackwater Falls

    I really wanted to like this book, but ultimately, it fell short of the mark for me. The author did a few things very well. However, this book was just not for me.

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    The Atlas Six

    I'm not entirely sure what I just read. Like seriously, I finished it a couple of nights ago and I am still left scratching my head on this one.

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    The Last Time I Saw You – Book Review

    This was my first book by the sister writing duo publishing under the pen name Liv Constantine. Their earlier book, The Last Mrs. Parrish, received rave reviews and that was enough for me that when my mom asked me if I wanted to borrow this one, I said absolutely! The book opens strongly, with a woman gasping for breath in an inferno, struggling to make it to safety. It pretty much goes downhill from there. Why? Well, several things actually.

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    The Little French Bistro – Book Review

    The author's writing was probably the best part of the book. Her way with words is admirable, and I could almost see, hear and smell the area of Brittany through her words. She also was, at times, very prosaic, which I appreciate as well. Her writing really brought the scene to life, but that's probably the only redeeming feature of this book.

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    The Immortalists – Book Review

    If you knew the date you were going to die, how would that inform your life choices? And would you die that day because of those life choices, making it a self-fulfilling prophecy, or would you have died that day regardless?