Feeding my addiction….

Wow, as I sit down to write this post I see I actually didn’t add that many book to share this week. On top of that I have managed to get quite a few reviews caught up this week so for once I’m actually seeing my numbers go down a bit, woohoo! As I take a minute to be proud of myself I’ll also say be sure to return next week when I again return to trying to figure out where and how I added so many books…. 😂🤣😭

New additions from Netgalley May 30th – June 6th

She thought she had put all the questions to rest. But someone from her past wants answers. From the bestselling author of The Rumor and Who Did You Tell? comes an electrifying novel of suspense.

At the time it was exciting. A game of dare, but one that had motive and justification. Children can be so judgmental, can’t they? I can still hear her cry as she toppled forward, the dull thud of her body as it landed on the pavement.

Lizzie and Alice are the best of friends, as close as can be. Until the day when they’re out playing by the train tracks and a childish spat triggers Lizzie’s epilepsy. When she comes to, she finds an unimaginable horror: Alice has been killed. Lizzie is devastated, and as she tries to cope with her grief, she is shocked to find herself alienated from Alice’s friends and relatives, who are convinced Lizzie somehow had a role in her friend’s death.

I knew that whatever she wanted me to do, I’d do it. Like that first, dreadful dare.

Years later, Lizzie has tried to move on. She’s engaged to a wonderful man and is starting a new life in London. But someone from her past isn’t willing to forgive and forget. And they’ll do anything to pry them from her. Even if Lizzie doesn’t know them herself.

 

In horror movies, the final girls are the ones left standing when the credits roll. They made it through the worst night of their lives…but what happens after?
 
Like his bestselling novel The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires, Grady Hendrix’s latest is a fast-paced, frightening, and wickedly humorous thriller. From chain saws to summer camp slayers, The Final Girl Support Group pays tribute to and slyly subverts our most popular horror films—movies like The Texas Chainsaw MassacreA Nightmare on Elm Street, and Scream.
 
Lynette Tarkington is a real-life final girl who survived a massacre. For more than a decade, she’s been meeting with five other final girls and their therapist in a support group for those who survived the unthinkable, working to put their lives back together. Then one woman misses a meeting, and their worst fears are realized—someone knows about the group and is determined to rip their lives apart again, piece by piece.

But the thing about final girls is that no matter how bad the odds, how dark the night, how sharp the knife, they will never, ever give up.

 

Summer by the Sea is a beautiful, heart-warming summer read about sisters, first love and not always getting what we want – but sometimes ending up with exactly what we need.


They say there’s always one summer that changes you.


For Faith the one summer she can’t forget is when she fell in love as a teenager – only for her sister, Casey, to steal her man. Now, at the request of her beloved ninety-year-old Grandmother, Faith has agreed to a family holiday – at their childhood beach house, where it all began.

Faith hasn’t seen her sister in years but is finally ready to forgive and forget, enjoy the sunshine and relive happy memories. What she’s not ready for is meeting Jake Buchanan – the owner of the beach house – or the long-forgotten feelings he ignites in her.

Can Faith overcome the hurt of the past, rekindle the close bond she had with Casey and make this summer THE ONE to remember?

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8 Comments on “Feeding my addiction….

  1. I will be interested to see what you think of The Dare, Carrie. I read it a while back. I have The Beach House by Jenny Hale to read. I haven’t read anything by her before. I’ve read mixed reviews about the Grady Hendrix, whom I have also never read, so I didn’t request this. Happy reading!❤📚

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    • Thanks Sandy! It’ll be a little while before I get to The Dare but hopefully I’ll like it when I do. I think you’ll enjoy Jenny Hale’s books, I’ve read several myself and have always liked them.😊

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