A Great Cupcake:
This book is within the genre of Mystery/Thriller, it isn’t the typical “edge of your seat” kind of book. Instead, it’s more of a character driven novel that pulls back different layers of the women left behind, after Felix mysteriously disappears.
While I could completely understand the emotions and personal experiences each woman shares, it really left me resenting the main character-who really never appears in the book. Rather, Felix is described by each woman through flashbacks and present storytelling. It’s only when the disappearance and murder of Felix’s mistress happens 10 years later (after Felix disappears), the story is really shaped and pushed forward by the ever persistent detective: Sandy. It’s his personal mission to solve this cold case, and is really the strong character in the book, who makes the novel quite unique. While this isn’t the typical thriller/mystery book, it is definitely a book that will have you wanting to know more about the women Felix leaves behind.
*A huge thanks to TLC Book Tours and the publisher for allowing me the opportunity to be a part of the tour. No monetary compensation was given.
Reading this novel, I could imagine break out female actresses and singers, who are single moms and travel with their child(ren). This story details the struggles and daily challenges Naomi faces to become a star, even at the expense of her daughter, Sophia.
Sophia is not your average little girl. Of course, she is also living on the road, living with different people, and has a different perspective on life. She is an observer, and journals words/thoughts/ideas in her two little notebooks. While she doesn’t have a father in her life, Jim (Naomi’s manager) assumes that role and becomes a father figure to Sophia-who she looks to for support.
During a time of racism, sexual revolution, and the challenges of being a single mom, Naomi’s life is revealed through the eyes of her daughter, Sophia. There are some lesbian moments in the book, although it is not explicit. Nor does the author go into much detail about that part of Naomi’s life. It’s an interesting tale and a cautionary one, because sometimes to gain fame, it means to lose those you love most.
About Rebecca Rotert:
Rebecca Rotert received an M.A. in Literature from Hollins College, where she was the recipient of the Academy of American Poets prize. Her poetry and essays have appeared in a range of magazines and journals. She’s an experienced singer and songwriter, who has performed with several bands, and a teacher with the Nebraska Writers Collective. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska. This is her first novel.
Follow Rebecca on Twitter: @RebeccaRotert.
Rebecca’s Tour Stops
Tuesday, July 1st: Drey’s Library
Thursday, July 3rd: Kritters Ramblings
Friday, July 4th: Sweet Southern Home
Monday, July 7th: Book-alicious Mama
Tuesday, July 8th: Books in the Burbs
Thursday, July 10th: Books à la Mode
Monday, July 14th: Becca Rowan
Tuesday, July 15th: BookNAround
Wednesday, July 16th: Olduvai Reads
Thursday, July 17th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views
TBD: The Written World
It doesn’t always happen, but with the recent health issues I’ve had, being homebound has allowed me the opportunity to read more than I have in a long time. Reading has been the silver lining, this summer. Usually, summer is the time when I read from my TBR list, which I have yet to touch! I think most readers can relate-but it seems my TBR list is always expanding!!! With new releases each week, it can be overwhelming to keep up with!
Below are some books I’ve read-so far! If you click on the picture of each book, it will take you book page, so that you can read the synopsis.
This is a story that reads almost like a mystery, because Olivia has to piece together the events that happened before the fatal death of her estranged friend, Sally. I enjoyed reading about the relationship between Sally and Olivia (before they became adults), and could certainly relate to having that “crazy friend”-who goes off the edge. Eleanor Moran doesn’t give all the details in order, with the story changing from past to present, which made the book even more fascinating to read! I love a great mystery, wrapped up in a novel that has a little bit of everything: widowhood, survivor’s guilt, infidelity, friendships, lies and betrayal, and a little romance. The reader is given one piece of the puzzle, in random order, as each piece slowly takes shape to reveal the hidden truths that were there the whole time.
I loved Madeline and felt her emotions were true to that of a child, who deals with the loss of her parent. She is angry, distant, reluctant, and slowly opens her heart to the possibilities of loving and honoring her mother, while also accepting a new beginning. My heart ached for her, as she struggles to balance her faithfulness to her mom, while also learning to accept someone else in her life. It isn’t until the very end that Moran reveals to the reader and Sally’s family-the reason for Sally’s demise and “crazy behavior”, which came as a shock but then made sense! Eleanor Moran nails the psychological issues Sally faces and the internal struggles she dealt with and the demons that she faced.
While there were times that it seemed Olivia was in a trance and did whatever William wanted, it seemed that in some cosmic weird way that Sally wanted things to evolve as they do and that in the end, she could rest in peace knowing those she loved were all together.
It’s an excellent read! I read this one quite quickly because I wanted to know what happens! Most of all, I love the style of writing Eleanor Manor has in this book-as it was a puzzle that slowly connects and reveals all the hidden secrets that the characters have. Those who love books about mental illness, family secrets/relationships, and friendships, will certainly love this book!
Let’s face it. The book cover doesn’t scream, “READ ME!”. But….don’t let that deter you from reading it! Once you’ve read it, you will completely understand the cover and appreciate it that much more. This book is a traditional thriller book. It has mystery, electric energy that intensifies as each chapter is read, murder, possible suspects and motives, and psychological drama that will have your head spinning! It’s definitely one of my best picks for 2014, because it the kind of book that any reader will enjoy.
You love history? Check.
You love murder mystery? Check.
You love reading about an underdog protagonist that has a secret? Check.
You want to read a book that you won’t be able to put down? Check.
You want a book that has to deal with sociopaths, psychological issues? Check.
You want a book that intensifies as each chapter is read? Check.
This book has it all. There is so much detail, that Lisa Unger leaves no stone uncovered. She weaves this incredible story, with two alternating voices. Whose voice is the second? That ‘s one of the mysteries! I absolutely loved this book, couldn’t put it down, and read this book in 1 day. That is really unheard for me, and being sick, I actually read this book with a migraine. I literally read with one eye closed at times because my head hurt….but I needed to know what happened! Yeah, this book is that fantastic. Add it to your TBR list, or better yet, just stop what you are reading and grab this book! It’s that good.
*This book was provided for review, courtesy of the publisher.
This is a book that starts out quite intense. Clarissa is a girl that people either can relate to because they see parts of themselves in her, or know someone who is like her. Either way, Clarissa will be someone that will bring out strong emotions in the reader. Clarissa is the typical victim: she is isolated, wants to have a relationship but doesn’t know how to set boundaries because she has self-esteem issues, and doesn’t know who to trust. There are so many issues Clarissa is challenged with, because of the torment she endures from her predator (Rafe). The reader is taken on a journey of the psychological trauma and prison a person can get entrapped in, and how it slowly strips everything from the victim, to a point of panic. It’s an incredible book that shows that cycles repeat, until the victim takes control and makes a shift mentally.
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Publisher: Perfect Mamas Press (December 8, 2013)
The New Ever After is book two in The New Ever After Series. After becoming a widow with three small children, Heather Meadows is starting a new life. She has a sexy new husband, newborn twins, and a blossoming career as a writer. But with the advent of summer comes an avalanche of worries about doing it all and being enough. In her quirky style that drew readers to Tripped Up Love, Heather works through her new challenges and surprises with the fortitude she found she had when her first husband died. Only this time, her strength is put to the ultimate test as she faces losing not only her best friend but her new happily ever after as well.
This is the second book in a trilogy. I read the first book and loved it, so I had to read the second book! Julie Farley does not disappoint. This book brings back the characters we all fell in love with in the first book: Heather and Peter (the newlyweds), their children (the twins have grown!), and Jenny (Heather’s best friend/assistant).
Heather’s friendship is tested, Heather and Peter’s relationship goes through some bumps in the road (or water), and readers get a chance to see how families can merge together and face the challenges all new couples face, even with children-who are still trying to figure themselves out, too. It’s a natural extension to the first book, and fans of the first book will enjoy this one, too.
I would have liked to read more about Jenny’s personal dilemma and seen Heather and Peter as the secondary characters in this book, but it still balanced well out!! I am looking forward to the last book and can’t wait to read the next adventures Heather and Peter take us on!
Publisher: William Morrow
Publication Date: March 25, 2014
Source: TLC & Publisher
At Hourglass Vintage in Madison, Wisconsin, every item in the boutique has a story to tell . . . and so do the women whose lives the store touches.
Yellow Samsonite suitcase with ivory, quilted lining, 1950s
A small-town girl with a flair for fashion, Violet Turner had always dreamed of owning a shop like Hourglass Vintage. But while she values the personal history behind each beautiful item she sells, Violet is running from her own past. Faced with the possibility of losing the store to an unscrupulous developer, she realizes that despite her usual self-reliance she cannot save it alone.
Taffeta tea-length wedding gown with scooped neckline and cap sleeves, 1952
Eighteen-year-old April Morgan is nearly five months along in an unplanned pregnancy when her hasty engagement is broken. When she returns the perfect vintage wedding dress to Violet’s shop, she discovers a world of new possibilities, and an unexpected sisterhood with women who won’t let her give up on her dreams.
Orange silk sari with gold paisley design, 1968
Betrayed by her husband, Amithi Singh begins selling off her vibrant Indian dresses, remnants of a life she’s determined to leave behind her. After decades of housekeeping and parenting a daughter who rejects her traditional ways, she fears her best days are behind her . . . until she discovers an outlet for her creativity and skills with a needle and thread.
- Buy/Borrow/Bargain: The cover is so gorgeous! If it’s a bargain, snag it!
- Themes: Love lost, friendships, loss/disappointment, loneliness, new beginnings, stories told through items
- Quick or Long Read: Quick
- The Cover: Gorgeous!! The dress is everything vintage-lace, style of dress, with peek-a-boo red on the rose and belt.
- The Title: Love the name!! It is definitely a great fit for the book!
- Overall Thoughts: Violet is the owner of Hourglass Vintage, and she is faced with the possibility of losing her store. At that time, 3 customers, who soon become close friends, start this adventure with Violet. Vintage is everything a light read should have: adventure, love lost, friendships gained, and a little something special along the way.
- Audience: Anyone that loves vintage items, is a boutique shopper, women, women’s fiction readers, and those who want a great weekend read!
- Rating: A Great Cupcake
I remember attending university, in a small town, and there was a street of little antique shops. I’ve always loved books, and remember walking into a vintage shop with rare copies of books. Of course, I couldn’t afford them, but I did find a book I could afford. I had no idea what it was about, but I was drawn to the book cover. It was dark brown with a gold emblem on top. It turned out to be an etiquette book from the 1920’s. Being the non-hoarder that I am, I think I donated it to some place and wish I had kept it.
This book reminds me of that. Well, the characters do. Violet is a store owner of vintage items. She is faced with the prospect of having to sell her store, and doesn’t know what to do. Violet is running from her past, and the store is a great diversion for that. She meets 3 women, who each have their own share of issues and together, the 4 of them become great friends-who overcome obstacles, experience new beginnings, dream bigger, and become their own little support system.
I love how Susan starts each chapter with a vintage item that somehow weaves itself into the storyline. It was a great way to begin each chapter and had me wondering which item would be introduced next. While Violet is the main character, Susan highlights each character’s story in different chapters, so that readers can learn more about the background to each woman. It is such a heartwarming book, one that many will love, and gives people an appreciation for vintage!
*A huge thanks to TLC Book Tours for giving me an opportunity to be on this tour!
Tuesday, March 25th: BookNAround
Wednesday, March 26th: Book Hooked Blog
Thursday, March 27th: Book-alicious Mama
Monday, March 31st: Kritters Ramblings
Tuesday, April 1st: No More Grumpy Bookseller
Wednesday, April 2nd: Bibliotica
Thursday, April 3rd: A Bookish Way of Life
Tuesday, April 8th: Doing Dewey
Wednesday, April 9th: Suko’s Notebook
Thursday, April 10th: Walking With Nora
TBD: Books in the Burbs
About Susan Gloss
Susan Gloss is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Wisconsin Law School. When she’s not writing fiction, Susan can be found working as an attorney, blogging at GlossingOverIt.com, or hunting for vintage treasures for her Etsy shop, Cleverly Curated. She lives with her family in Madison, Wisconsin.
Source: Publisher/ TLC Book Tours
—Dilip V. Jeste, MD, president, American Psychiatric Association
As a young girl in Bangalore, Gayathri was surrounded by the fragrance of jasmine and flickering oil lamps, her family protected by Hindu gods and goddesses. But as she grew older, demons came forth from the dark corners of her idyllic kingdom—with the scariest creatures lurking within her.
The daughter of a respected Brahmin family, Gayathri began to feel different. “I can hardly eat, sleep, or think straight. The only thing I can do is cry unending tears.” Her parents insisted it was all in her head. Because traditional Indian culture had no concept of depression as an illness, no doctor could diagnose and no medicine could heal her mysterious malady.
This memoir traces Gayathri’s courageous battle with the depression that consumed her from adolescence through marriage and a move to the United States. It was only after the birth of her first child, when her husband discovered her in the backyard “clawing the earth furiously with my bare hands, intent on digging a grave so that I could bury myself alive” that she finally found help. After a stay in a psych ward she eventually found “the light within,” an emotional and spiritual awakening from the darkness of her tortured mind.
Gayathri’s inspiring story provides a first-of-its-kind cross-cultural view of mental illness—how it is regarded in India and in America, and how she drew on both her rich Hindu heritage and Western medicine to find healing.
For more information, visit the website for ASHA International, Gayathri’s nonprofit organization promoting personal, organizational, and community wellness HERE.
Gayathri Ramprasad’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:
Monday, March 3rd: Svetlana’s Reads and Views
Tuesday, March 4th: Bookfoolery
Tuesday, March 11th: A Bookish Affair
Wednesday, March 12th: The Whimsical Cottage
Thursday, March 13th: Patricia’s Wisdom
Tuesday, March 18th: Lavish Bookshelf
Wednesday, March 19th: Sarah’s Book Shelves
Monday, March 24th: The Best Books Ever
Monday, March 24th: Literally Jen
Tuesday, March 25th: Bookish Ardour
Thursday, March 27th: Books in the Burbs
Friday, March 28th: Good Girl Gone Redneck
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Mrs Bennet is determined that all five of her daughters must marry. Mary overhears a conversation between her parents that shatters her already fragile sense of self-worth. She knows she is the least attractive of the sisters but to hear that her attempts to overcome this by being intelligent and accomplished are laughable sends her into a deep depression.
Mary and her her sister Kitty are sent to Derbyshire so that their elder sister, Mrs Darcy, can introduce them to suitable young gentlemen. Mary is satisfied to remain a spinster and is shy with gentleman. But she does decide she should try and improve herself.On the way to Derbyshire she meets a strange gentleman who she considers ill mannered. However she is intrigued by his knowledgeable conversation about old buildings.
On arrival at Pemberley, the home of the Darcy’s, Mary discovers that the stranger is a Mr Sharnbrook of Kent and also a house guest. Mr Sharnbrook is an amateur archaeologist and has come to Pemberley to excavate possible burial mounds as part of his studies. Mary is interested in his work and offers to help him sort out his notes. Engrossed in the work, her spirits begin to lift.
A continuation of Pride and Prejudice beginning eight months after the end of Jane Austen’s novel, Mary Bennet tells the story of how the Bennet’s neglected middle daughter tries to overcome the disadvantages of her character and find happiness.
I have read, and re-read, Pride and Prejudice, many times. It is my favorite book that Jane Austen wrote, although I am a huge fan of all of her work. In this book, Mary Bennet, Kate Allan uses much of the same pattern, experiences, and characters that Jane Austen created in Pride and Prejudice. It helped create a natural extension of Jane Austen’s book, and was crafted in a way, that the characters in Mary Bennet stayed true to their characters, first revealed in P&P.
Mary is the middle child, the forgotten one (so it seems), and she is quite content to be so. Why? Because she has already decided that fate has determined she will be a spinster and will not marry. While it is difficult for her parents to accept, Mary is content reading, singing, and enjoying the activities that are limited to her male counterparts. However, rather than feel comfortable doing so, her parents and family want her to “change” and be more “girl-like” with dancing and entertaining, so that she may find someone to marry. Kitty is quite different- not only in her personality, but she has a strong desire to marry. While she wants love, more than anything, she wants security, wrapped up in a very handsome man.
I loved the storyline, especially the relationship between Mary and Mr. Nick Sharnbrook. As in P&P, Mary also is in a bit of a triangle with Mr. Sharnbrook and Mr. Collins, and Kitty quickly becomes a little like Lydia, in attitude and choices-although not quite ( I won’t divulge). I enjoyed reading about the research that Nick and Mary collaborate on together. It was amazing to be reminded again, how limited resources were back in those days, and how they excavated and recorded their findings. Those little tidbits were what made this book fascinating. It was also quite natural how the relationship between Mary and Nick (Mr. Sharnbrook) evolves over time.
Fans of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth will absolutely love how their relationship evolves and the new adventures they embark on. With so many cameos from the P&P cast, readers will enjoy learning more about their journey, relationships, and little adventures along the way. More than anything, I appreciated Kate’s desire to show how Mary is accepted for who she is, and is able to find love with someone who appreciates those qualities in her.
About the Author
Kate lives in the Bedfordshire countryside, England, close to the Chiltern Hills. She developed plans to be a novelist at the age of seven after reading about the career of prolific children’s author Enid Blyton, whose adventure and mystery story books she read avidly. She taught herself to use her mother’s typewriter to try and make her stories look like “proper books”. Endlessly fascinated by “the past”, Kate took a degree in History before starting a commercial career.
She began seriously writing in 2001, taking a notebook with her on the train to make best use of her commute to work. She wrote two historical novel manuscripts before receiving an offer of publication for the second – a short novel – in 2004 from DC Thomson. Fateful Deception is a romantic adventure set in the early 19th century and was shortlisted for the 2005 RNA New Writers Award.
2006 saw the publication of Perfidy and Perfection, Kate’s romantic comedy set in Jane Austen’s England, and the publication of two short novels: Fateful Deception and The Restless Heart.
Kate also writes in partnership with author Michelle Styles under the name Jennifer Lindsay. Jennifer Lindsay’s first novel, The Lady Soldier, is a romantic adventure about a lady who disguises herself as a man in order to join Wellington’s army. It was published in 2005.
The kind of stories Kate writes are those that she would like to read, and she hopes that others will find them enjoyable and entertaining too.
Kate is member of the Romantic Novelists Association and the Society of Authors.
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Don’t you just love reading books that are so easy to read, quite engaging, and is the kind of book that you can get lost in? These are those kind of books! So good, that you are finished before you know it, and miss the characters once you’ve turned to the last page.
Release Date: January 21, 2014
Publisher: Gallery Books
Synopsis: from Goodreads:
Molly is a thirty-nine-year-old divorced writer living in New York City who wants her own column, a Wikipedia entry, and to never end up in her family’s Long Island upholstery business. For the past four years Molly’s been on staff at Eye Spy, covering all the wacky assignments. She’s snuck vibrators through security scanners, speed-dated undercover, danced with Rockettes, and posed nude for a Soho art studio.
Fearless in everything except love, Molly is now dating a forty-four-year-old chiropractor. He’s comfortable, but safe. When Molly is assigned to write a piece about New York City romance “in the style of Nora Ephron,” she flunks out big time. Clearly she can’t recognize romance. And in her own life, she can’t recognize the one man who can go one-on-one with her, the one man whogets her. Mainly because he’s a well-known player.
But, with help from Nora Ephron’s movies, Molly learns to open her heart, suppress her cynicism, and find her very own fairytale ending. Linda Yellin’s “What Nora Knew” will captivate readers with its charm and humor.
I must admit, I’ve not read any Nora Roberts’ books, but have seen her books-turned-movies: When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail. While I don’t know Nora’s writing (other than in movies), I absolutely loved Linda’s book! It has everything a great book should have: romance, crazy job, great friends, and moments of self-reflection for the characters.
Molly has a great job (even though she has quite a bit of Bridget Jones’ Diary moments), and a boyfriend, who is a little too eager to hand out his business card. Molly goes to the Hamptons for her yearly vacation getaway at her friend’s house. While there, she meets Cameron, who is quite the player and has an eye for her. While the book is predictable, it is entertaining, fun, a feel-good kind of book, that everyone needs from time to time! Even if you aren’t a Nora Ephron fan or read her books, like me, you will love it! If you are a Nora Ephron fan and have read her books- you will love all the references made to her books and characters!It’s a book that had me smiling as I read certain scenes and was a story that I am sure many readers will enjoy talking about!
Release Date: February 4, 2014
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Genre: Christian Romance, Mystery fiction
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Allie Kirkland has never been one to take wild risks. But when she’s offered a costuming assistant’s job on a docudrama in the hills near Moses Lake, she jumps at the chance. She’s always dreamed of following in her director-father’s footsteps, and the reenactment of the legendary frontier settlement of Wildwood is a first step. The family expectations will have to wait.
Pages : 304
Genre : Mystery, Noir
Publisher: William Morrow, February 2014
Source: TLC Book Tours & Publisher
An atmospheric tale of romantic noir with shades of Hitchcock about a man who is swept into a vortex of irresistible passion and murder when an old love mysteriously reappears
George Foss, a forty-year-old employee of a Boston literary magazine, has passed the age when he thinks he might fall madly in love or take the world by storm, or have anything truly remarkable happen to him. He spends most of his evenings at his local tavern talking about the Red Sox and the minutiae of everyday life, and obsessing over a lost love from his college days who vanished twenty years earlier. Until she reappears.
George has both dreamed of and dreaded seeing Liana Decter again. She isn’t just an ex-girlfriend or the first love George could never forget. She’s also an enigma and quite possibly someone who was involved in a murder years ago, a woman whose transgressions are more in line with Greek tragedy than youthful indiscretion. But suddenly, she’s back—and she needs his help. She says that some men are after her and that they believe she’s stolen money from them. And now they will do whatever it takes to get it back.
George knows Liana is trouble. But he can’t say no—he never could—and soon his quiet life is gone as he is pulled into a terrifying whirlpool of lies, betrayal, and murder from which there is no sure escape.
Bold and masterful, full of malevolent foreboding and subtle surprises, The Girl with a Clock for a Heart is an addictive, nonstop reading experience—an ever-tightening coil of suspense that will hold you in its grip right up to its electrifying end.
This is a story that you will either love or hate. It is that black and white and the story actually reads like a black and white, old mystery movie. I was immediately drawn into the weird life of George and his odd relationship with Liana. Told in alternating time periods: past/present, we get to know a little bit more about George and get a lot confused by Liana. George is a character that most people will sympathize with, because he is just so “normal” and quite traditional. Who George was 20 years ago, is who he is now…only, he has given up on life a bit. Enters Liana into the bar, and he is rejuvenated and no matter how dangerous and destructive, he aims to help Liana-who could quite possibly be a heartless murderer. I enjoyed the storyline and the characters were quite interesting. It was a novel that had my attention and had me on one crazy ride, as I felt like a little fly buzzing around George and figuring out a mystery that certainly took me by surprise at the end. It is a darker novel, and readers who enjoy a great mystery novel, should know that it is not a cozy mystery. It’s a book that certainly gives a nod to the brilliant mind of Alfred Hitchcock.
About Peter Swanson
Peter Swanson has degrees in creative writing, education, and literature from Trinity College, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and Emerson College. His stories and poems have appeared in the Atlantic, Mysterical-E, Vocabula Review, and Yankee Magazine. He lives with his wife in Somerville, Massachusetts, where he is at work on his second novel.
Peter’s Tour Stops
Wednesday, February 5th: Stephany Writes
Thursday, February 6th: Drey’s Library
Monday, February 10th: The Infinite Curio
Tuesday, February 11th: From the TBR Pile
Wednesday, February 12th: Unabridged Chick
Thursday, February 13th: Joyfully Retired
Monday, February 17th: cupcake’s book cupboard
Tuesday, February 18th: A Dream Within a Dream
Wednesday, February 19th: Books in the Burbs
Thursday, February 20th: Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile
Friday, February 21st: Good Girl Gone Redneck