Bibliophile

Sweet & Twisted Bitches

Sorry for the delay folks. The holidays were a busy time for me, so I’m finally back catching up! Hope your holidays were a blast and Happy New Year!

Sweet Girl

If you like cooking shows, you’ll find yourself cheering throughout this book. This is a “sweet” romance (no pun intended) but rather a romance without the sex scenes. But don’t write this one off as a lame read just yet. The main character has a secret she’s hiding, which has carried over into all aspects of her life.   The plot is pretty predictable but worth an afternoon read if you’re not looking for anything too heavy or serious. 

Pretty Little Truths

Pretty Little Liars meets bible devotional for young women. The idea sounds interesting but fails in execution. The author makes statements including “If you know you are attracted to a certain someone, don’t be alone with them. Hormones run wild…” There’s so many things wrong with statements like this, that it would take an entire article, which frankly this book doesn’t even justify the necessity. A better devotional for women would be Women of the Bible


Verity

Strap yourself in for this one. What starts as a tawdry, and quite steamy story of sex, it takes a sudden turn. You’ll know when that “turn” occurs, once you verbally yell out “OH MY GOD! Did she seriously just write that!?” If you enjoyed the book/movie Gone Girl, than meet it’s cousin. Pages of twisted, crazy ramblings of obsession and bad parenting. What’s worse, is by the time you’re done reading this, you can’t be sure who is telling the truth. So many questions. Did the husband know? And if so, for how long? This one is haunting, we’re shook. 

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