A Book Review x Two

We’re all stuck inside our homes ( I hope everyone is being respectful and following the “rules”). What better way to pass the time than to read, read, read! I don’t know about you, but I could definitely use an escape from reality. 

While putting off finishing the review of “The Marriage Lie,” I’ve read a second book.

I’m going to share both with you!

 

The Marriage Lie (Update #2)

From the time Iris confirms that Will actually died in the plane crash, the remainder of the book follows her quest to find facts on her husband’s hidden past.
Once I finally interrupted this book’s long shelf-life, I had a hard time putting it down. It was a super easy read, not too “wordy.” The story line was gripping and hooked me from the first page. This plot didn’t lend itself to being easily figured out. My favorite kind of story throws a twist at the end. While this one didn’t twist as much as some, the last paragraph gets a five star rating. It’s a must read!

dsc07268An Unwanted Guest

An eclectic group of guests check into Mitchell’s Inn for a relaxing, snowy weekend in the woods. All is cozy until one of the guests turns up dead. And then another…

I was extremely sad when I finished this book. Not because the ending was sad, but because there was no more to read.  Regardless of how clever you are, you will not figure this one out.  I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. A quick and easy read, I could not turn the pages fast enough.

Shari Lapena is my new favorite author. Look for her two previous best-sellers, A Stranger in the House and The Couple Next Door.  They are both FABULOUS!

 

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