First: Read for fun? Are you crazy? Wait, hold up. I hope you don’t feel like books are pointless, because reading is fabulous in so many ways. Parents, if you have a reluctant reader here’s a link that shows how reading fiction is good for brain development.
Second: Now it’s time to choose a book to read, something that can be more grueling than you think. What should you read next, when there are endless fantastic books out there?
Third: Let me help you choose. I’ve posted my book reviews of some of my favorite books. I like to read book reviews before I buy. So, I hope my reviews will help you choose your next read!
Happy Reading Reviews!
This story pulls you in because it’s about the afterlife, something most of us find fascinating. It made me think of the grey reality of purgatory. Luckily as time goes on, Portia finds help and friends on her way. I enjoyed reading this book, but would like to think that the afterlife is filled with more joy and less confusion. All in all, this is definitely a worthwhile read!
I absolutely loved every story in this book! The author shows great talent in her ability to draw the reader into the emotions of the protagonist. I thought the voice of the characters was realistic and strong. It’s well written, and is an inspirational read that teaches women to believe in themselves through adversity.
Thrilling plot! I have to say, I’m not a fan of steamy romances, but when a book can keep me up at night wondering what’s going to happen next, then it’s a great story! I love the protagonist’s sweetness and the Irish countryside. If you’re a romance fan who loves a thriller too, then this book is for you!
Reviewed Angel of Death
I was drawn in immediately by the author’s strong character development of the two main characters, Tancy and Audrey. It was easy to grow attached as a reader to both the girls’ lives and friendship. I’m not a huge fan of steamy romance, but this book has so much more to offer (mystery, action, intrigue). Best of all for me: I loved the shocking conclusion, especially because the reader can’t even begin to guess the ending!
Reviewed Loving Nate
Looking for your next read? In Loving Nate, Janice G Ross pulls the reader into an emotional relationship between the two main characters with beautiful, descriptive writing. Not only is this story an entertaining work of fiction, but the reader should be left with a desire to contemplate relationships in their own lives. I love how the author has two different endings, showing how our own choices can change our lives for better or worse.
Nonnie Jules does an amazing job telling this horrific story. A young girl lives with her mother’s brutal boyfriend. A murder occurs and the action doesn’t stop in this sad story with an ending you’ll have to read. The author tells this story in a way that you can’t put the book down until the end!