Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Review: He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly

He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly

Laura and Kit are boyfriend and girlfriend. Kit is an eclipse chaser and Laura goes along with him. In 1999 they attend an eclipse in Cornwall where the esclipse is clouded out, but that doesn't stop the excitement of the day. As they are walking back to their tents after the event, they find a girl who is being attacked, Beth. Spanning 16 years back and forth between Laura and Kit each telling their side of the story from their point of view from the time they met each other until the time much later when they are married with kids. How the incidents of this one day will shape their lives forever.

Thank you to St. Martin's Press and Minotaur Books for sending me a copy of this book to review.

It was a slow start for me, having to adjust to who was speaking and what time they were speaking about. After I got all that sorted out, the book moved at a good pace. There were some unexpected twists, and times where I was on the edge of my seat.

Laura is a very caring and compassionate person, always willing to help those in need. Kit is a science person, always seeing the practical side of things. Together their relationship works for them. Laura with her bright blonde hair, and Kit with his eclipses. Beth is an interesting character too. One you're not sure if you are going to like at all. This book definitely sent me through a lot of different emotions. I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for an exciting thriller.

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Monday, June 19, 2017

Review: The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green

The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Ronni Sunshine was not a very good mother. Her career as an actress was always most important to her. But when life throws her a curve ball she isn't expecting, she will call her three daughters home together to try to make up for lost time.

Each daughter dealt with their mother's selfish ways the best way they knew how. Nell, the eldest,was unemotional; Meredith, in the middle, took everything to heart; and Lizzy, the youngest ignored her mother and did whatever she wanted to do anyway. They have all gone on to lead separate lives, and rarely spoke to each other. Their childhood and their relationship with they mother have shaped them into the women they became as women. Nell has lived her life being a mother to her son and running a farm, even though she loves her work and her son, is she really happy? Meredith is engaged to be married and has a great job, but is this the life she envisioned? Lizzy is a celebrity chef and is married with a son, but her life isn't as perfect as it looks from the outside.

Thank you to NetGalley and Berkley Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book.

I love Jane Green's books. They always send a wave of emotions. This book grabs at your heart strings and makes you feel for these characters How do you reconnect with family when you've been apart for so long. I don't think there has ever been a time when I didn't speak with my mom and my sister. I don't know what I would do if anything would happen to either one of them. The character I most connected with in this story was Meredith. I've always been the type of person to always make sure the people around me are taken care of before I've taken care of myself.

This book immediately makes you think of family and how to stay connected to them. Make sure your relationships are well maintained before it's too late. Life is so short and the next day is not promised to anyone. For those you love, you need to always keep them close so that when they go, as we all will someday, you will not feel as though there was something that you should have or could have done.

Jane Green is currently on tour for this book, click here to find out dates.

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