Archive | July 2015

Center of Gravity by Laura Mcneill


Center of Gravity by Laura Mcneill

Rating: 5 bookmarks

I wasn’t sure how I would feel about this book since it was more of an adult topic and I usually stick to ya but I loved it! In my opinion, it was the perfect psychological thriller. It makes you question your life and the people you surround yourself with. It made me wonder how well I really know the people I’m friends with. Ava thinks she has the picture perfect marriage to Mitchell until things start to change. Mitchell starts to change. At first, Ava makes excuses for his behavior, which I found to be a little annoying but at the same time, I can understand because she loves him. She became more of a likeable character to me when she became more confident and sure of herself. Before Ava can figure everything out, she ends up in a custody battle with Mitchell over the two boys. I won’t say much more than that to avoid spoiling anyone. As far as the ending…wow! I loved it and I wasn’t expecting it. I thought everything was summed up and concluded perfectly! Thank you BookLook Bloggers for providing me with a review copy of this wonderful book!

This entry was posted on July 29, 2015. 2 Comments

Review for Whenever You Come Around

_200_360_Book.1585.coverWhenever You Come Around by Robin Lee Hatcher

Rating: 4 bookmarks

This book is about Charity Anderson, an author from Kings Meadow. Charity leaves her Boise home to write her new romance novel and ends up running into her old high school crush, Buck Malone. Just by the cover, I assume everyone knows where this story is going. 🙂 I loved the friendship between Buck and Charity and I loved the setting and the overall ‘western’ feel to this book. The only reason I gave it four stars is I felt like the ending was a little bit rushed.

Review for The Art of American Whiskey

51R9nYByxsL._SY355_BO1,204,203,200_The Art of American Whiskey by Noah Rothbaum

Rating: 4 bookmarks

Honestly, when I requested this book I expected it to be a book that I would end up sitting on a coffee table and opening once or twice. My expectations were proven wrong with this book. It was really interesting to the decades of history and even see some recipes from certain times.  There’s some amazing photography in this book which just adds to the overall look and feel. Overall, I liked this book more than I thought I would and I enjoyed learning some things about the history of whiskey.