Category Archives: Contemporary Fiction

Lies We Tell Ourselves (Amy Matayo) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Presley Waterman is a rescuer: of animals, of businesses, of people. Like the stray cat she’s allergic to, but continues to care for. Like her small-town newspaper, a business that’s been dying a slow death … Continue reading

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First Line Friday – 21 September 2018 – Lies We Tell Ourselves (Amy Matayo)

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books! I have fantastic book for you this week—so long as you’re not looking for something light and fluffy. It’s bold and it’s raw and it has SUCH an important message. It’s Lies … Continue reading

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My Hands Came Away Red (Lisa McKay) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Right up until the day they burned the church, I thought I understood things. You know… God, people, myself. Life. Then, suddenly, I understood nothing except that we had to run. And that we might … Continue reading

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Shadow Sister (Katherine Scott Jones) – Review + Giveaway

~ About the Book ~ When a vintner’s daughter travels to Bolivia to scatter her estranged sister’s ashes, she unravels secrets that test her devotion to home and make her question whether truth is worth the cost of forgiveness. Bittersweet … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal – Lies We Tell Ourselves (Amy Matayo)

Reader friends, I am so thrilled to be sharing today’s cover reveal with you. Amy Matayo has a new book coming out on 20 September 2018, and it’s called Lies We Tell Ourselves. Just check out this synopsis:

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Ties That Blind (Chautona Havig) – Review + Giveaway

~ About the Book ~ He may not be the only person in the Rockland area to wake up without a memory, but he might be the only killer. Simon Prescott, the latest victim of spontaneous amnesia in Rockland, is … Continue reading

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Grace in the Shadows (Christine Dillon) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Physiotherapist Esther has survived cancer, but wounds within her family remain unhealed. Is her revived faith the reason for the rift or could a simmering secret be the root cause? Cosmetics consultant Rachel buried her … Continue reading

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