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I’m currently reading the BookSirens ARC Eight Work Late by Larkin Shaw… This is marketed as an office murder mystery with humor, and I’ve been looking forward to dive in. I will also be starting another ARC: The Last Heir To Blackwood Library by Hester Fox. I’ve enjoyed her work and gothic style in the past, so I have high hopes for this newest title.


1. Ship Wrecked by Olivia Dade (4/5 stars) REVIEW 02/04
I enjoyed the first two books of the series, which is kind of a surprise for me considering just how much smut is involved in both books. I think this has a lot to do with the way Olivia Dade writes her stories and creates her characters. There is just something about the characters in the Spoiler Alert books that makes it easy to connect to them, and the banter is always brilliant. Book number three is no different.

2. Keep Moving by Dick Van Dyke (4/5 stars) REVIEW 02/04
I saw Nicki reviewing this memoir earlier this year, and I couldn’t resist adding it to my shelves. I love Dick Van Dyke‘s personality and movies, and I must have watched Mary Poppins over a dozen times when I was little. I’ve been looking forward to pick up this memoir, and as a whole I ended up having a great time reading it.

3. Daisy Jones And The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid (REREAD) (5/5 stars) NO REVIEW 
Every year I pick up either a new book by a favorite author or start rereading an old favorite on my birthday, and this year I decided to reread Daisy Jones And The Six. I loved the story the first time around, and a reread didn’t change my feelings for this story. In fact, I’m giving it the full five stars this time around…

4. Endgame by Daniel Cole (4,5/5 stars) REVIEW 04/04
I finally started the Fawkes And Baxter series in February, and I decided to read both sequels in a timely matter to avoid forgetting about the details. Endgame is the third and final book, and I’m definitely glad that I was able to read it soon after I finished book two instead of the long wait most people have had to suffer through. The author doesn’t really believe in recaps and dives straight into the story, and you will definitely feel a bit lost if you don’t have all the details of the first two books and its characters in place. That said, because I did, I ended up having an excellent time with this conclusion.


I still have quite a few ARCs left to read… Most are recently due in May or later, but since I might be going on vacation in April I want to get ahead. First up is The Coach Trip by Izzy Bromley for a change of genre. Afterwards, I’m picking up a classic with The Sittaford Mystery by Agatha Christie; I want to get ahead with my Reading Through The Centuries challenge so that I won’t have to rush later in the year. 😉 I also want to read another translation with Dregs by Jørn Lier Horst. I’m loving the series he writes with Thomas Enger, and I’ve been meaning to try the author on its own for a while now. Last but not least, I might actually pick up my latest TBR jar pick The Confession by Jessie Burton afterwards depending on what genre I will be in the mood for.

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