In Sandra Brown’s Classic ‘Best Kept Secrets,’ A Daughter Seeks Justice for Her Mother’s Death [REVIEW]

Two Texas cowboys
Which of them killed her mother? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A tiny Texas town. One woman with unfinished business. Three men who would prefer the past stay buried. Will she get the answers she is searching for? Or will someone terminate her search and her life? Find out in Sandra Brown’s classic romantic suspense thriller, Best Kept Secrets.

Read more of this post

Lisa Gardner’s ‘Look for Me’ Examines Substance Abuse and Flaws in the Foster Care System [REVIEW]

When a family is murdered, can a detective get at the truth? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A family murdered. A girl on the run. Is she a savage killer or an innocent bystander? To find her, two women must first make sense of the clues. But can they do so in time? Find out in Lisa Gardner’s twisty thriller, Look for Me.

Read more of this post

J.T. Ellison’s ‘Good Girls Lie’ [EXCERPT]

Girl

Secrets, lies, and murder abound in J.T. Ellison’s Good Girls Lie. (Photo courtesy Canva)

J.T. Ellison has long been one of our favorite writers. From her nail biting stand alone thrillers to her high octane collaborations with the one and only Catherine Coulter, she never fails to entertain. Now, in her upcoming novel, Good Girls Lie, she ups the ante and petrifies us with a coming-of-age thriller that blurs lines and makes us question everything. We hope you enjoy this exclusive excerpt from the forthcoming novel.  —J&H Read more of this post

Heather Gudenkauf’s ‘Before She Was Found’ Proves the Need to Pick Our Friends Wisely [REVIEW]

Girl on tracks

A slumber party game has dangerous consequences in Heather Gudenkauf’s Before She Was Found. (Photo by Barta IV, Flickr)

Three young girlfriends. A sinister obsession. A chilling crime that rocks a quiet community to its core. In Heather Gudenkauf’s Before She Was Found, discover how some friendships prove treacherous.  Read more of this post

‘Say You’ll Remember Me’ Chronicles the Challenges of Young Love [REVIEW]

Silhouette of young couple at sunset

When two teens from opposite sides of the tracks meet, it feels like kismet in Katie McGarry’s Say You’ll Remember Me. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Two teens, one who just got out of juvie and one whose life is always in the spotlight, soon discover that we don’t always fall in love with the person we should. Will they have the courage to defy the odds and make a go of it? Find out in Katie McGarry’s delightful new novel, Say You’ll Remember Me.  Read more of this post