Happy Friday guys! It's a gorgeous day, and it's going to be a scorcher of a weekend! How to Hack a Heartbreak would be a great to read poolside, by the lake, or any other large body of water lol!
I have seen this author's books everywhere but until now, I haven't had a chance to read one of her highly praised thrillers. I have especially wanted to read this one and when I discovered I had loads of Kobo points to redeem (I have been spending loads on books lately but points don't count), I snatched it up. Wow, am I ever glad I did!
Book Blitz: Excerpt Reveal & Giveaway! When you're packing up your sunscreen and towel, make sure to add Death in Vermilion to your bag, because this is the perfect Summer read!
What's the difference between "Women's Fiction" and "Chick-Lit" anyway? I suppose Chick-Lit has a negative connotation (Um hello? Chick?) and it's also a bit fluffy and shallow at times. But it's also fun. A harmless guilty pleasure. Was the term "Women's Fiction" coined because of that rep, or is it something entirely different?
If you're going to read at least one book this summer, you should really consider "One Endless Summer" by Laurie Ellinham (Review)