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April 2018

Come From Away by Genevieve Graham #BookReview #travelingsistersread @SimonSchusterCA @GenGrahamAuthor

Come from AwayCome from Away by Genevieve Graham

Norma’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have never read a Genevieve Graham book before and when I was given the opportunity to read this one I was absolutely thrilled! I have always been quite partial to reading books with themes surrounding our Canadian history and with the setting and the different perspective of World War II that was written here was quite the welcome and refreshing read for me. I suspected that I was in for a treat while reading Come From Away and I most definitely was!

COME FROM AWAY by GENEVIEVE GRAHAM was an emotional, heart-warming and interesting Canadian Historical Romance novel that I found quite the fascinating read. The story captured the setting, time period, heartbreak and the difficulties surrounding the war perfectly and with the romance that develops we see a different side to the enemy.

GENEVIEVE GRAHAM delivers a well-paced and beautifully written story here with interesting, compelling, and believable characters that I found quite compassionate to read about. The story was told in alternating perspectives between Rudi and Grace and through Rudi’s story we really got a different understanding and look into the war. I really enjoyed the romance between our two main characters, Rudi and Grace.

In the end I thought this was a beautiful love story, vividly descriptive and really appreciated reading a part of our Canadian history! Would recommend!

Published on April 24, 2018

Thank you so much to NetGalley, Simon & Schuster Canada and Genevieve Graham for the opportunity to read an advanced copy of this book in exchange for a review.

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Brenda’s Review

Come From Away is connected to Tides of Honor but can be read as a standalone. It was my first book by Genevieve Graham and I look forward to reading more.  In Come From Away the lives of The Baker children are the focus here and we meet our main character Grace Baker.

Come From Away is an interesting and engaging story of love and war seen from a different angle with some Canadian history here. The angle and setting were very refreshing and I really enjoyed seeing a different perspective to WWII set in Canada.  I loved the feeling we got from the setting and it really set the tone for the story.

Genevieve Graham does a good job weaving romance, war and Canadian history here with more focus on the romance that at times did feel a little melodramatic.  She creates strong, likable and interesting characters and I enjoyed the dynamics between them all. I recommend for historical fiction lovers who like some romance to their stories.

Thank you NetGalley, Simon & Schuster Canada and Genevieve Graham for a copy to read and review.

 

 

 

 

How to Walk Away by Katherine Center @katherinecenter @StMartinsPress #BookReview #travelingsistersread

How to Walk AwayHow to Walk Away by Katherine Center

Norma’s rating:  4.5 Stars!

HOW TO WALK AWAY by KATHERINE CENTER was an extremely uplifting, kind, and heartwarming novel that captured my heart and drew me in almost immediately.  There is so much goodness within the pages of this book! This is a story filled with romance, forgiveness, hope, courage, love, and resilience.

KATHERINE CENTER delivers a well-written and engaging read here with interesting, honest and believable characters.  I absolutely loved the voice of our main character, Margaret “Maggie” she was so strong-willed and at times comical. The witty banter that ensued between the characters was extremely enjoyable and made me smile quite a few times.  Maggie’s sister, Kitty was also such a great character and I absolutely loved her resourcefulness and the love and support she showed to Maggie through her recovery.

This book was definitely an inspirational, entertaining, enjoyable, and unforgettable story that was a most welcome and refreshing read for me.  The ending was bittersweet and very satisfying. This was my first novel that I have read by Katherine Center and it won’t be my last. Would recommend!

Published May 15, 2018

Thank you so much to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press, and Katherine Center for the opportunity of reading an advanced copy of this book in exchange for a review!

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Brenda’s Traveling Sister Review

Brenda’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

Norma and I started off lost in a coulee with seven of our traveling sisters reading How To Walk Away. This story lead to another interesting and fun discussion amongst us as we dug deep into the layers and meaning to this story.

How to Walk Away is an inspirational heartwarming story told by our memorable main character Margaret who experiences a traumatic accident. It is Margaret’s story of recovery that focuses on second chances, acceptance and family support and love.

Katherine Center does a great job creating likable, interesting well-developed characters and we loved the dynamics between them and their relationships. We all really loved the dynamics between sisters Margaret and Kit and loved the humor and warmth Kit brought to the story.

Most of us loved the ending and were left lost in the inspirational, sunny sweet smelling lush coulee feeling so warm and happy with this story while one sister was left standing alone with a little too much sweetness that affected her enjoyment for this story till another sister joined her. We highly recommend for readers who like a lighter, inspiring feel-good story or for a nice change of pace from darker reads.

Thank you so much to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press, and Katherine Center or a copy to read and review.

After Anna by Lisa Scottoline @LisaScottoline @StMartinsPress #BookReview #travelingsistersread

After AnnaAfter Anna by Lisa Scottoline

Brenda’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

Norma and I were lost in the dense lush coulee with Kaceey reading After Anna and even though we ended up in the same coulee we were on different sides of the coulee on how much we enjoyed this one.

After Anna is an entertaining, fast-paced and suspenseful domestic thriller that had us running in circles in the coulee trying to figure out who was manipulating who in this story. Norma at times struggling to escape the circle and Kaceey and I just going with the flow until that great twist tossed out of the circle.

We all loved that great twist that only Norma saw coming and we thought we figured out at least what direction this story was going only to be taken totally out of the coulee and into a different direction wondering if we were reading the same book. The ending high in drama stopped us in our tracks and then separated us in different sides of the coulee. Kaceey in the greener side, Norma feeling a little parched in the drier side and me in the middle wondering what just happened.

Published April 10, 2018

Thank you, NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press, and Lisa Scottoline for a copy to read and review.

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Norma’s Review

3.5 Stars!

AFTER ANNA by LISA SCOTTOLINE was a fast-paced, interesting, and for the most part an enjoyable read for me but some of the subject matter in regards to how fast things progressed with the characters and their situations just happened a little too quickly for me.

LISA SCOTTOLINE delivers a well-paced and gripping read here which is told from alternating points of view, Before Anna from Maggie’s perspective and After Anna by Noah through trial excerpts.  I really enjoyed reading the trial chapters and found them both intense and gripping.

This book really challenged me and honestly, nothing really rang true to me and I was constantly trying to figure out what the heck was going on.  Then at one point everything kind of clicked in my mind and I was pretty sure I had it all figured out. From that point on I couldn’t read it fast enough to see if my prediction was correct.  Well, I was partially correct but would have never of guessed the why though!
     
There were a few things near the end of the book that did bother me a little bit so I wasn’t totally satisfied with how everything wrapped up but all in all, it was an entertaining and enjoyable read though and I’m glad that I read it.  I have read quite a few LISA SCOTTOLINE novels in the past and have really enjoyed them and I will continue to read more in the future. Would recommend!

Thank you so much to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press, and Lisa Scottoline for the opportunity of reading an advanced copy of this book in exchange for a review!

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Kaceey’s Review

Four spectacular stars (and a half)

Oh my gosh, I loved this book!!

Noah and Maggie have a quaint marriage, raising Noah’s son Caleb. Sadly, Maggie has a gaping hole in her heart where her own daughter Anna once was. Sometime ago, Maggie’s ex-husband took Anna as an infant and she hasn’t seen or heard from her dear daughter since…until now. 

 From out of the blue, Maggie receives a phone call from Anna and she’s on cloud nine! Before long the two are meeting for a reunion lunch. And within no time at all, Anna is moving in. But it quickly appears that dear Anna may have her own reasons for wanting to reach out to her mother. And maybe this new family isn’t all she wanted after all.

 The answer to everything that went wrong in their lives wasAfter Anna.

Told in two timelines. BeforeMaggie’s POV, and AfterNoah’s POV. The storylines glides back and forth effortlessly. I never had a bit of difficulty following along. 

I’ve always been a huge fan of Lisa Scottoline, having read nearly every book she’s released. And this is definitely one of my favorites! If you’re a fan of hers this is a must read! And if you’ve never read one of her books, don’t put it off! This would be a great one to start with!

Thank you to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press and Lisa Scottoline for an ARC to read in exchange for an honest review.

 

Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell @lisajewelluk @AtriaBooks @SimonSchusterCA #NetGalley #BookReview #travelingsistersread

Then She Was GoneThen She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell

Our rating: 5 of 5 stars

Brenda’s Traveling Sisters Review

Norma and I were lost in the dark and light earthy lush coulee with five of our Traveling Sisters reading Then She Was Gone. We all really enjoyed it and it lead to a great discussion amongst us.

We all were immediately drawn into this intriguing story right from start to the rewarding and very satisfying ending that we all loved.

We all agreed Lisa Jewell brilliantly creates a well-written and perfectly paced story to create a good, intriguing suspenseful story. Just at the right time, she reveals enough of the story to create suspense and then gives us understanding and insight into her characters rather than creating a shocky twisty story. She balances the darkest well by adding just the right amount of disturbing and creepy along with the insight into the well-developed characters’ emotions, creating emotional layers to the characters along with layers to the plot.

Some of us have read a few of Lisa Jewells books and loved them all and the rest of us will be looking into reading more of her books.  For me I have read a few and have a couple to review. Hmm think it’s time for the sun to shine on Lisa Jewells in the coulee. I will be posting those reviews soon.

Publishing Date: April 17, 2018

Thank you, NetGalley, Atria Books, and Lisa Jewell for a copy to read and review.

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Norma’s Review

THEN SHE WAS GONE by LISA JEWELL is a breathtaking, thrilling, unputdownable, and suspenseful psychological thriller novel that had me totally engrossed and interested right from the very first page.  I was so intrigued in finding out what happened to Ellie Mack that I was racing through those pages as fast as I could!

LISA JEWELL delivers a well-written story here with flawed, believable, and compelling characters that were told in alternating points of view and short chapters to make this a quick and easy read.  Upon finishing one chapter it was easy to read the next and then just one more chapter and before I knew it I was finished!

I absolutely love LISA JEWELL’S writing style as she writes with passion and feeling and I couldn’t help but feel for so many of these characters.  Also, I really enjoyed how she leaves us with little snippets of clues along the way for us readers to pick up on right away and start questioning and guessing how they fit into the story.

I thoroughly enjoyed this story and the ending was very touching and satisfying for me.  Would recommend!

Thank you so much to NetGalley, Atria Books, and Lisa Jewell for the opportunity to read an advanced copy of this book.  

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Lindsay’s Review

4 stars! This was a spine-tingling and addictive story!

This novel follows Laurel whose teenage daughter, Ellie, went missing ten years ago. Laurel has been battling her grief since the day Ellie disappeared with the hope that she may one day come home.  After Ellie’s disappearance, being swallowed up in her sadness and grief, Laurel’s marriage falls apart and she loses her connection with her two other children.

The story is narrated by various characters in Laurel’s life through a Now and Then perspective, each character adding a new layer of suspense and appeal as the novel brilliantly unfolds.Lisa Jewell has a fantastic ability to pull you in right from the start. Her writing is strong, compelling and addictive. I look forward to reading more from her!

A big thank you to NetGalley, Simon & Schuster Canada and Lisa Jewell for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review!!  

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Kaceey’s Review

4.5*

Brilliant! I completely lost myself in this book from beginning to end!

Laurel is doing her best to move on with her life. Her teenage daughter went missing years ago, triggering an avalanche of misfortune. The family splintered. Laurel and Paul divorcing. And now, their two remaining children are leaving home at the first chance they get – anxious to live their own lives, away from the oppressive tension within their home.

When Laurel meets Floyd she’s quickly swept off her feet. She’s finally ready to live and love again. But too many things just aren’t adding up. What do they say about coincidences? Could Floyd be too good to be true? Why do the doors to the past keep opening?

What a breath of fresh air this book was for me. I‘ve had trouble losing myself in a good book lately. And isn’t that what we all hope for?

Well, this was the refreshing change I’d been looking for! Though some give-away clues are revealed early on, you’re still taken on a journey that will most definitely pull your heart in many directions.

 Thank you to NetGalley, Atria Books and Lisa Jewell for an ARC to read in exchange for an honest review.

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Susanne’s Review

4.25 Stars

Spellbinding and Completely Irresistible.

Ellie Mack went missing 10 years ago. Her mother, Laurel has never given up hope of finding her. Ellie was fifteen years old, full of life. The world was, in fact, her oyster. No one knew what happened to Ellie. The police have never found a trace of her. My interest was piqued from the very beginning. My breath caught in my throat – nerves jangled.

Now, Laurel Mack’s life is very different: her marriage fell apart years ago and her relationship with her remaining children is tenuous. Somehow, she meets Floyd – a devastatingly handsome man and she is immediately swept off her feet. Then Laurel is introduced to his little girl: Poppy, and she is dumbfounded to discover that Poppy bears a striking resemblance to Ellie, her Ellie. Of course, this isn’t possible – it’s a coincidence, right? And if it’s not, whatever does it mean? Laurel begins questioning everything and those questions take her on a dangerous path, one she never envisioned.

Can you feel the hair on the back of your neck stand up? Mine did. What unfolds thereafter is brilliant, stunning and packs one heck of an emotional punch. Lisa Jewell’s “Then She Was Gone” is a phenomenal psychological thriller that kept me enthralled throughout. Though I knew where it was going early on, I still truly enjoyed it and simply could not put it down! The character development was stellar and the writing was spot on. This is the second Lisa Jewell novel I’ve read (I Found You, being the first) and I can’t wait to read more of Ms. Jewell’s novels.

Thank you to NetGalley, Ariele Friedman, Atria Books and Lisa Jewell for a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.

 

Traveling Sisters in a Coulee Reading Before I Let You In by Jenny Blackhurst

Before I Let You InBefore I Let You In by Jenny Blackhurst

Kaceey’s review and rating: 5 of 5 stars

Read with Brenda

Three best friends, Karen, Bea and Eleanor. They are always there for each other. In a heartbeat, they’d drop whatever they’re doing to help. I mean, that’s what best friends do…right?

Karen is busy creating a successful psychiatrist practice, and another new client just walked through the door. Only this new client seems to want more than a therapy session from Karen. It’s not long before she realizes this patient will rock the foundation of the tight bonds between these 3 women.

Told from points of view of all three friends. The storyline weaves back and forth between the women as they desperately struggle to hold on to their friendship and their families. Lies will be revealed, leaving all three wondering how well they ever really knew one another. If indeed they ever did.

This was my first read by this author and I just loved how she effortlessly spun the storyline together between these friends. I was joyfully hooked from the first chapter and enjoyed it right to the very end. Highly recommend!

Thank you to NetGalley, Atria Books and Jenny Blackhurst for an ARC to read in exchange for an honest review.

 

The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell by Robert Dugoni @robertdugoni #NetGalley #BookReview #travelingsistersread

The Extraordinary Life of Sam HellThe Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell by Robert Dugoni

Norma’s review and rating: 4 of 5 stars

4.5 Extraordinary Stars!

THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF SAM HELL by ROBERT DUGONI is a touching, uplifting, heartwarming and an absolutely wonderful novel that had me totally engrossed and interested throughout this entire book. I was totally captivated and immersed with the voice of Sam and his story as he looks back on his life, making this novel extremely hard for me to put down. Sam totally touched my heart!

ROBERT DUGONI delivers an inspirational and beautifully written story here with wonderful characters and short chapters to make this a quick and easy read. The relationships, love and support that Sam had here with his family and friends is what makes this novel so special. Sam was truly extraordinary and through his journey we really seen the struggles he faced as he was figuring out his purpose of life. I thoroughly enjoyed following along with Sam, his family and friends and all the wisdom, love, and themes shared within the pages of this book made this a powerful and memorable read!

To sum it all up it was an interesting, insightful, unforgettable, emotional, and an enjoyable read with a satisfying ending. Would highly recommend!

Publishing Date: April 24, 2018

Thank you so much to NetGalley, Lake Union Publishing, and Robert Dugoni for the opportunity to read an advanced copy of this book.

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Brenda’s Review

3.5 Stars

Norma and I started off in the extraordinary inspiring lush coulee reading The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell and it started off strong for us and we both were drawn into this story right away. In the end we ended up in separate coulees with the way we felt about this story.

There are many extraordinary things explored in this story like a Mother’s love and belief in just how extraordinary her son is and how our main character Sam HIll overcomes the many obstacles throughout his life from a young age. I loved Sam’s compassion and understanding and it was inspiring to read. We see the best and the worst in people and at times this story was heartbreaking and heartwarming with all the themes explored in this story,
Where Norma and I ended up in different coulees was with the way we felt about this one was with the ending. I found it too gushy, sentimental and too forced. I was left in the soggy muddy coulee feeling unsatisfied and Norma was in the lush coulee feeling very satisfied.

Thank you so much to NetGalley, Lake Union Publishing, and Robert Dugoni for the opportunity to read an advanced copy of this book.

Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna #BookReview #travelingsistersread

Two Girls DownTwo Girls Down by Louisa Luna

Brenda’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was lost in the sunny, weedy, lush coulee with three of my Traveling Sisters reading Two Girls Down. Things started off a little quiet and relaxing in the coulee for us but quickly turned into a chilly, unnerving, fast-paced race to finish for us.

Two Girls Down is an entertaining yet disturbing dark psychology thriller that started off a little slow and confusing for us as our main characters Vega and Cap team up together to find two missing girls.

Louisa Luna does a fantastic job here creating very interesting and memorable characters here with Alive Vega and Cap and his daughter Nell. The dynamics between them really made the story for us. She does a good job balancing Vega and Cap with their differences that complement each other making them an interesting team. Cap being more realistic and Vega more like a superhuman who gets things done. We loved the dynamics between Cap and Nell and our hearts warmed with the way they took care of each other, adding some softness to the darkness in the story.

Vega and Cap follow a few different leads and suspects and it was confusing to keep track of everything and after a while, we just gave up trying to keep the suspects straight. It didn’t take away from the story for us and we didn’t miss anything when that final shocking twist came that left me speechless. The ending is shocking, high on drama, disturbing and so brilliantly done. I highly recommend but with some caution as it’s a story about two missing girls.

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Kaceey’s Review

Alice Vega is a tough bounty hunter (in a unique kind of way). Her specialty is finding missing people. She’s good at what she does – and she knows it. Rawhide tough, she doesn’t let anyone get too close to her, but knows this time she’s going to need help.

Max Caplan, (Cap) is a former policeman who was forced into early retirement. He’s a single father raising his sixteen (going on 25!) year old daughter, while now working as a private detective.

Vega is called to a small town in PA to assist in finding two missing young girls. It’s time to enlist the help of Cap. With two sets of eyes, and no help from the local police department she hopes to hunt down the kidnappers before it’s too late.

I just loved the dynamic between Cap and Vega. You can feel the tension, touch the sparks…grasp the loneliness of their hearts. Truthfully, I was more swept up in their dynamic than the actual kidnapping!

This is a slow read, but once in I was all in, and found it hard to put down. The chapters are long, but you’ll easily lose yourself in the storyline. I didn’t want it to end, and was left hoping to hear more from Cap and Vega in the future! Highly recommend!

Thank you to NetGalley, Doubleday Books and Louisa Luna for an ARC to review in exchange for an honest review.

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Susanne’s Review

Jamie Brandt makes a quick stop at the mall with her two girls to grab a birthday present.  She’s just going to leave her girls in the car for a quick sec as she’ll be in and out, no big deal.  When she comes out however, they are gone. Just like that.

Jamie’s family hires Private Detective Alice Vega to find the girls.  Finding missing people is Vega’s speciality. Needing help, she partners with a former cop, Max Caplan a/k/a “Cap.”  Tough and funny – somehow they immediately trust each other and make one heck of a team. The cops however, don’t want Vega and Cap investigating this case and they try to stop them at every turn, yet Vega and Cap are determined.  They will do whatever it takes to find these girls, even if it gets them into trouble or, in the alternative, if trouble finds them first.

“Two Girls Down” by Louisa Luna kept me on my toes.  Talk about a fabulous suspense that grabs hold from the first page and doesn’t let up!  The character development was spot on. I loved the interplay between Vega and Cap! They have an understated chemistry and I can’t help but hope I see them again sometime soon.  I also loved the relationship between Cap and his daughter Nell. Each character brought another layer to this well written suspense.

 

The Child Next Door by Shalini Boland @ShaliniBoland @bookouture #BookReview #travelingsistersread

The Child Next DoorThe Child Next Door by Shalini Boland

Brenda’s rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

I was lost in the cloudy, dry coulee with Kaceey and Susanne reading The Child Next Door feeling a little paranoid as we read this story and were looking over our shoulders and questioning if we heard whispering in the brushes.

The Child Next Door is an enjoyable, entertaining yet frightening story filled with suspense that delves into the anxiety and paranoid feeling of a mother who feels her child is in danger.

Shalini Boland took us on quite an emotional ride here filled with anxiety and feeling of paranoid. She takes her time here with creating the anxiety for our main character Kristie and for us in the coulee. At times Kaceey and I wanted to jump out of the coulee leaving Susanne turning the pages as fast as she could to get some answers to her questions. Things started to pick up for us and Kaceey and I were soon pulled back down into this story and not moving till we reached that final twist.

In the end, we ended up on different sides of the coulee with how we felt about the story. Susanne feeling quite satisfied and really enjoyed the story. Kaceey on the other side left wanting a bit more from the story and me in the middle trying to catch my breath from all the excitement.

Thank you, NetGalley, Bookouture and Shalini Boland for a copy to read and review.

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Susanne’s Review

4 Stars.

In her latest novel, “The Child Next Door” Shalini Boland makes you feel anxious and she ties your stomach in knots.  This is one suspense novel that keeps you glued to the pages and should not be missed.

Kirstie Rawlings is a new mother to six month old Daisy.  Her life revolves around her little girl. When she is awakened by a baby’s cry she immediately goes running, only to discover that it wasn’t her child that was crying.  Then the unimaginable happens: she hears voices on her baby monitor saying “let’s just take the baby and go.” My stomach just about dropped hearing those words and I’m not even a mother.

From then on, Kirstie becomes a nervous wreck thinking someone is out to kidnap her baby.  Unfortunately, no one believes her, not even after strange things start happening, thus she starts investigating on her own.  Can you say dangerous? Is Kirstie making it up? Is she imagining things? What is going on? With my nerves on edge from the very first, I was on a roller coaster ride right up until the very end.  “The Child Next Door” is my fourth Shalini Boland novel and in case you couldn’t tell, I enjoyed it immensely and can’t wait to see what Ms. Boland comes out with next.

Thank you to NetGalley, Bookouture and Shalini Boland for an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review.

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Kaceey’s Review

3.5*

Kirstie hears faint whispers coming from her baby monitor. All she’s able to make out is that someone wants to take a baby. Naturally, she’s immediately fearful that her baby is the topic of conversation. Why won’t someone, anyone listen or understand her fears. Soon, with the stress mounting, Kirstie is unable to sleep or let her baby out of her sight for even a moment. Is there someone out there trying to take her baby? Why is her not-so-busy husband always too busy to help calm her fears?

Though there was building suspense, this thriller never really took off for me until the final 20%. When Shalini Boland filled the ending with fireworks! I’ve read a lot of thrillers lately and unfortunately this one fell short of standing out to me. In fact, it was so similar to one I’d just read 2 weeks ago, that I thought I was having Deja-vu! Had a hard time keeping them apart. (Maybe it’s time for a thriller break….ha-ha! Kidding!)

This is a thriller I’ll say I enjoyed, but still wanted something more to distinguish it from the pack. I did enjoy the writing style and would still be interested in reading another by this author in the future.

Thank you to NetGalley, Bookouture and Shalini Boland for an ARC to read in exchange for an honest review.

 

Just Between Us by Rebecca Drake @AuthorRDrake @StMartinsPress #BookReview #travelingsistersread

Just Between UsJust Between Us by Rebecca Drake

Brenda’s rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Just Between Us is a twisty, intriguing and suspenseful story that explores the dangerous secrets amongst a group of four women. Secrets that test just how far these women will go for each other.

Rebecca Drake does a good job creating some interesting and well-developed characters here with our group of friends. Often I get confused with so many points of views and characters however each character is unique and realistic and has a distinct voice that made it easy for me to remember each one and their part in this intriguing storyline. I really enjoyed the dynamics between the friends and at times I was entertained and other times I was a little frustrated with them for their decisions and wanted to shout at them. I enjoyed trying to figure out what they were going to do next and was entertained with what they did do.

So many great twists and turns in this one that had me questioning each friend and such a great twist in the end that took me by surprise and left me a little shocked and rattled after finishing this one. I recommend.

Thank you, NetGalley, St Martin’s Press and Rebecca Drake for a copy to read and review.

 

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