Iris Johansen’s ‘Smokescreen’ Is One Wild Ride [REVIEW]

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Eve Duncan finds danger deep in the jungle. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A plea for help. A heart-wrenching story. One sinister plot. When forensic sculptor Eve Duncan gets involved in a case, things are bound to get dicey. Will she come out the other side unscathed? Find out in Iris Johansen’s latest spellbinder, Smokescreen. Read more of this post

Learn to Let Go in Jill Shalvis’s ‘Second Chance Summer’ [REVIEW]

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A new summer is the perfect opportunity for new beginnings. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Tragic loss. Painful memories. One chance at a fresh start. When a woman has nothing else to lose, should she go home to lick her wounds or take her chances on her own? Find out in Jill Shalvis’s powerful novel of love and redemption, Second Chance Summer. Read more of this post

Sandra Brown Robs Us of Our Sleep With ‘Outfox’ [REVIEW]

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In Sandra Brown’s Outfox, an FBI agent strives to outfox an elusive killer. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A deadly con man. A determined FBI agent. The beautiful woman who comes between them. Will a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse finally come to a satisfactory end or will a killer get away with murder one more time? Find out in Sandra Brown’s electrifying new thriller, Outfox. Read more of this post

‘Rage of Angels’ is a High-Stakes Game Where Redemption is the Ultimate Prize [REVIEW]

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Jennifer Parker heads to the big city to practice law like her father. (Photo courtesy Canva)

An idealistic lawyer. An ambitious politician. An enigmatic kingpin. When three of the world’s biggest power players face off in a dangerous game of love, secrets, and greed, no one is safe. Who will come out on top? And who will pay the ultimate price for success? Find out in Sidney Sheldon’s dazzling bestseller, Rage of Angels.  Read more of this post

Nicholas Sparks’s Epic ‘See Me’ Has Grand Ambitions [REVIEW]

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Nicholas Sparks’s SEE ME is an epic by the author’s standards. But is it an epic win? (Photo by Herman Estevez)

I always enjoy reading Nicholas Sparks’s novels. With each new book, I anticipate a brief respite from my own life and immersing myself in the lives of his characters for a few hours. His latest book, See Me, is an epic by Sparks’s standards, but despite its grand ambitions, the book fails to live up to readers’ expectations. Read more of this post