Review: Shoulder Season by Christina Clancy

I was a big fan of Clancy’s debut novel THE SECOND HOME and her sophomore novel did not disappoint.  After losing her parents, Sherri Taylor makes a very out of character decision to become a bunny at The Playboy Resort in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Young and impressionable, Sherri is pulled into a world that is … Continue reading Review: Shoulder Season by Christina Clancy

Review: Minor Dramas & Other Catastrophes by Kathleen West

This book delivered everything I love in a contemporary women’s fiction novel. Characters I get invested in, emotions that feel real and relatable, a “villian” that gets under your skin and just enough drama to not feel over the top. I am so impressed that debut author Kathleen West manages to cram all of those … Continue reading Review: Minor Dramas & Other Catastrophes by Kathleen West

Review: The Butterfly Effect by Rachel Mans McKenny

There is something so fantastic about falling in love with a book that has an unlikable and, at times unpleasant, protagonist. A person that you find yourself rooting for even as she treats the people around her badly. That was exactly what I found in THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT and I loved every chapter.  Greta Oto … Continue reading Review: The Butterfly Effect by Rachel Mans McKenny