• Book Review

    Sinners Duet

    Cole Blackwell loathes Alastor Shaw.  The art world of San Francisco thinks they are just rivals, but their connection is more dark and much more sinister.  When Mara Eldritch captures both of their attention, it becomes a deadly game for all.  My Thoughts  This book is a fricken masterpiece to me in so many ways. I have been suffering through such bad dark romances lately and this duet was a shining beacon in the Kindle Unlimited dark romance world. I’ve read from this author before and I wasn’t as thrilled as I thought I would be soooo I wasn’t really expecting much…..  I was dumb… I was a silly silly…

  • Bibliophile Commentary

    Red, Yellow, Green Reads

    Do you remember that game, Red Light, Green Light? I used to love that game so much! I was talking about it with my students and when one of my bookstagram friends tagged me to do a Red, Yellow, and Green challenge, I thought about how these lights relate to my reading habits. Which types of things in books give me a green, yellow, or red light? My Green Light Items in Books When I am looking through any online seller of books, at a bookstore, or through bookstagram, there are some things that draw me in instantly and I call these green lights. The green light meaning go or…

  • Book Review

    The Whisper Man Review

    Summary:  The Kennedys have suffered a loss so they decide to move to a new house for a fresh start. When they arrive at the home, neighbors say the house is referred to as the, “scary house,” and Jake starts to hear someone whispering to him.  My Thoughts:  This book was a perfect book to start off my thriller reading in October. It combined my two favorite things, serial killers and creepy houses. I found all of the characters extremely fascinating and I enjoyed the twists and turns of the plot.  The house that the father and son move into is very interesting, but I wish we had gotten a…