Today I am sharing my book review for Sara Sheridan’s Brighton Belle. Continue reading “Book Review: Brighton Belle (Mirabelle Bevan Mystery #1) by Sara Sheridan”
Dividing readers into two categories: loved it or hated it, The Roanoke Girls may just be one of the biggest controversial & twisted books of 2017.
*Book Trigger/Content Warnings: suicide & sexual abuse. This review will not go into either.
When a fellow member in my book club suggested we read Before the Fall for our book of the month, I jumped at the opportunity & quickly seconded the notion. Why yes, I did need to read it anyways because it was on my NetGalley eARC TBR list, therefore I already had a copy… Ok, I was killing two birds with one stone, but can you blame me?
The Girls in the Garden is another example of a review request heavily influenced by the beautiful cover. I am a big time sucker for any type of nature (trees, flowers, gardens, jungles, forests, etc.) on a book cover. I just can’t help myself. Would you just look at it?After I quit drooling over the cover, I took a glance at the book description and saw the buzz words “dark secrets,” “devastating mystery,” and “communal garden.” I was sold!