RELEASE DAY REVIEW by Lorna: Plain Killing by Emma Miller (@Mollykatie112)

When the Amish community of Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, refuses to discuss a murder with the police, it’s up to Rachel Mast to bridge the cultural gap and stop a killer from striking again. . . While swimming in a local quarry, Rachel and her cousin Mary Aaron discover the body of an Amish girl, fully …

REVIEW by Lorna: Love, In Spanish by Karina Halle (​@Metalblonde , @Mollykatie112)

The sequel to the highly emotional, scandalous and USA Today bestselling love story – LOVE, IN ENGLISH. Successful, wealthy and absurdly handsome – Spanish ex-football player Mateo Casalles seemed like he had it all. A high-society wife, an adorable little girl, and flashy apartments in Madrid and Barcelona only sweetened the deal. But there was …

REVIEW ​by Lorna: Tangled (Tangled #1) by Emma Chase (@Emmachse , @Mollykatie112)

In New York Times bestselling author Emma Chase’s sizzling and hilarious debut novel, Drew Evans—gorgeous, arrogant, irreverent, and irresistibly charming—meets his match in new colleague Kate Brooks. Drew Evans is handsome and arrogant, he makes multimillion dollar business deals and seduces New York’s most beautiful women with just a smile. So why has he been …

REVIEW ​by Lorna: The Nightingale Bones by Ariel Swan (@AMSwan , @Mollykatie112)

Someone has been waiting a long time for Alice Towne to arrive in Hawthorne. Two hundred years, in fact. Trying to accept her mother’s belief that the women of the Towne family are blessed, not cursed, with supernatural abilities, twenty-seven-year old Alice leaves a disapproving Boston husband to housesit for the summer in tiny Hawthorne, …

REVIEW by Lorna: Guilt Trip by Maggy Farrell ​(@MaggyFarrell,@Mollykatie112)

The voice on the wind. The presence in her dreams. The feelings she can’t control. Sixteen-year-old Melissa has been diagnosed with Survivor Syndrome, the guilt of having escaped from a car crash in which her mother died. However, when on holiday in the rugged moorlands of the English countryside, she begins to see and hear …

NEW RELEASE REVIEW by Lorna: Bite Me, I'm Yours by Stacy McKitrick (@Mollykatie112)

Sarah’s known monsters…and John isn’t one. Sarah’s life isn’t going well. She’s divorced from an abusive jerk, been drugged, stuffed in her trunk and nearly kidnapped. Between that and a harsh winter, it’s almost more than a girl can take. She’s rightly distrusting of any man’s affection, so an ice-skating date with John – who …

REVIEW by Lorna: He's Come Undone by Theresa Weir(@Anne_Frasier , @Mollykatie112)

Penniless and behind on rent, college student and once famous child actress Ellie Barlow takes on the role of a lifetime when she’s hired by a group of young women to break the heart of the campus player who cruelly dumped them. Transformed from slob slacker to jaw-dropping beauty, Ellie is dressed, styled, bleached and …

RELEASE DAY REVIEW ​by Lorna: Unwept (The Nightbirds #1) by Tracy Hickman and Laura Hickman (@trhickman, @Laura_Hickman, @Mollykatie112)

Unwept — the beginning of a spellbinding new trilogy by Tracy Hickman and Laura Hickman bestselling co-creators of Dragonlance and Ravenloft Gamin, Maine, is a remote seaside town where everyone seems to know Ellis Harkington better than she knows herself—but she doesn’t remember any of them. Unknown events have robbed Ellis of her memory. Concerned …

REVIEW by Lorna: Scorched by Erica Hayes (@ericahayes , @harperimpulse, @Mollykatie112)

In a world where everyone wears a mask, you can’t trust anyone… not even yourself. Verity Fortune was once Sapphire City’s top crime-fighter, wielding her powers of telekinesis to battle the city’s most despicable villains. Now, she’s consumed by a single burning desire – Revenge. Against those who took away her mask, her memory, and …

REVIEW by Lorna : Aqua by M.A. George (@Proximityauthor , @Mollykatie112)

Meet Layla McKelland: Novelist (unpublished, but cut her some slack…seventeen is a bit early to despair), Slightly neurotic introvert (Alright, let’s be honest…there’s no “slightly” about it), International Woman of Mystery, and… Okay, just scratch the bio. The only real “mystery” in Layla’s life is why her father has never been on the scene. Or …

REVIEW ​by Lorna : Right Click (Click #3) by Lisa Becker (@lisawbecker , @Mollykatie112)

Love. Marriage. Infidelity. Parenthood. Crises of identity. Death. Cupcakes. The themes in Right Click, the third and final installment in the Click series, couldn’t be more pressing for this group of friends as they navigate through their 30’s. Another six months have passed since we last eavesdropped on the hilarious, poignant and often times inappropriate …