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I’m currently reading The Summer Seekers by Sarah Morgan as I’m in the mood for something light after all that dreary weather we’ve been having recently. I’ll also be starting another Grant County book with Faithless by Karin Slaughter so I can hopefully cross off the series before the end of the month. I’m ready to go back to Will Trent!


1. Broken Bones by Angela Marsons (4,5/5 stars) REVIEW 24/09
I’m hoping to catch up with this series by the end of 2021 and considering just how highly addictive these books are, I don’t think that will be a problem. Broken Bones is already book number seven of the series, and without doubt another absolute success for me. I like how this sequel offers not one, but two different investigations and while the team is split in two to investigate them, they still feel like one team and I really like seeing them in action again.

2. Deadly Caller by OMJ Ryan (4/5 stars) REVIEW 18/09
I’ve been following this series since the very beginning, and it is one of those detective thriller series that just keeps delivering. I couldn’t resist adding book number six Deadly Caller to my shelves, and I can now confirm that it is without doubt yet another successful Detective Jane Phillips sequel. There is just something about the writing style, plot and characters that makes you want to keep turning those pages, and I can definitely recommend this series in general if you are a fan of the genre.

3. Talk Bookish To Me by Kate Bromley (2,5/5 stars) REVIEW 24/09
I love a good contemporary romance with a bookish element, and especially if it involves a writer as one of the main characters… The premise of Talk Bookish To Me sounded absolutely fantastic, and I’ve been highly anticipating this title. Sadly, it wasn’t ment to be though. Why? Let’s just say there were a couple of things that really turned me off and made it hard for me to enjoy this story. And no, I’m not even talking about the sexy scenes this time around, which were tolerable enough…

4. Never Saw Me Coming by Vera Kurian (4/5 stars) REVIEW 21/09
There was just something about the blurb of Never Saw Me Coming that made it impossible to resist this story… I mean, having a bunch of psychopaths as main characters and a setting on a campus?! Sign me up for that! And I have to say that this book more than delivered for me. Well written, suspenseful, entertaining… Without doubt recommended if you like a good thriller.


I will probably read The Mistletoe Pact by Jo Lovett soon just so I can keep my Netgalley pending shelf well under control. I don’t usually read Christmas themed stories before December, but I’m making an exception as it’s due in October. 😉 I also want to read both The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix and Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid as people keep raving about them… But I will probably end up reading my latest TBR jar pick The Humans by Matt Haig first as I’m in the mood for some sci-fi.

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