RaveLibrary JournalAlready picked up by Oprah’s Harpo Films, Wilkerson’s novel jumps between Covey’s life and Byron’s and Benny’s in the current day. This engrossing read is highly recommended.
PanLibrary JournalSouljah takes a bold but ultimately disappointing step with this next installment in Winter’s story, which is definitely not what readers may expect. Some may say it goes too far in places, such as descriptions of bestiality, while Winter is in purgatory. Only purchase where avid fans await this sequel.
PositiveLibrary JournalWith a cast of diverse and underrepresented characters, Rogers’s debut is a beautiful story of learning to love in so many ways: untraditionally, through deep hurt, through mental illness, and through struggles with which readers can relate. Highly recommended for all libraries.
PositiveLibrary JournalThough the dialog can be stilted at times, Dallas has written an engaging historical fiction about the strength of women in times of adversity. Though the women were all intended to be brides, we see each as much more than her connection to a man.
PositiveLibrary JournalAnother entertaining and imaginative entry in Cornell’s Witches of Lychford series. A quick read with an interesting town full of characters, but readers may want to start at the beginning of the series to fully understand the story.
RaveLibrary JournalEach chapter is written from the perspective of different characters, helping readers learn what made these damaged people the way they are ... colorful supporting characters ... Slowly revealing secrets from the past and adding a mysterious disappearance and people who need love but can\'t express it properly, Higgins...hits it out of the park with her trademark depth, emotion, and dash of humor. Her fans will love this book, which will attract a wide new readership of family fiction.