Readers are guided beautifully and creatively through this classic fairy-tale. Subtle details and description are always dropped at just the right moment, and never detract from the story’s forward movement.
I absolutely loved this well-written story. Every scene is important, there are lovely descriptive passages, and the characters mature quite a bit during our time with them.
True to form, Mary Alice Monroe has crafted a beautiful story about the complexities of relationships between women.
The Work of Art just shot onto my all-time favorite stories list, and I’m picking up more of Mimi Matthews as quickly as I can.
Did you love reading horse books as a young girl? The Summer Guests is your favorite childhood genre in adult form.
This engaging book tells several stories at once, and Yttrup elegantly switches between the different characters’ perspectives and stories.
Why have I combined all three books of Elin Hilderbrand’s Paradise series into one review? Because friends don’t let friends read the Paradise trilogy out of order!
Invisible follows the lives of four characters in a small town in Mendocino Valley, California, as they interact with each other and work through difficulties. The struggle to feel worthy is a running theme, and readers may find it hitting home in unexpected ways.
In the series’ previous books, the plight of loggerhead sea turtles is highlighted. In On Ocean Boulevard, a new educational angle about destructive microplastics emerges.