Browsing: Review

Olivia Muenter’s debut novel, “Such a Bad Influence,” is a compelling thriller that delves into the dark side of social media fame and the pressures faced by child stars in the digital age.

“Horror Movie: by Paul Tremblay” is a masterfully crafted novel that transcends typical horror tropes, offering a deep, psychological exploration of fear and memory.

Katherine Center’s latest novel, “The Rom-Commers,” is a delightful celebration of romantic comedies, exploring themes of love, resilience, and self-discovery.

Lisa Wingate’s latest novel, Shelterwood, delves into the complex and often harrowing history of Oklahoma through a dual-timeline narrative that masterfully weaves together past and present.

“Bad Boys: Ride or Die” continues the saga of Miami’s iconic detective duo, Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence), as they navigate a blend of high-stakes action, humor, and camaraderie.

“Leather & Lark,” the second installment in Brynne Weaver’s Ruinous Love Trilogy, continues to deliver a captivating blend of dark romance, comedy, and suspense.