The Women Could Fly by Megan Giddings

Josephine Thomas’ mother disappeared years ago. In a world where women and witches are both at the mercy of the State, her mother going missing drew a great deal of scrutiny from others. So when she receives her mother’s will, asking her to head to an island and fulfil her wish, Jo hesitatingly embarks onContinue reading “The Women Could Fly by Megan Giddings”

Family of Liars by E. Lockhart

The Sinclairs are a family of liars. They lie about their affairs, about the people they’ve hurt, about their past. When Carrie Sinclair’s son asks her about the worst thing she has done, she finds herself recounting the events of the summer when she was seventeen. Narrated in a first-person POV, Family of Liars isContinue reading “Family of Liars by E. Lockhart”

The Last to Vanish by Megan Miranda

In the past 2 decades, 7 people have gone missing from Cutter’s Pass. So, when the brother of the journalist, who recently disappeared, arrives at The Passage Inn, Abby Lovett, the manager, finds herself having to tread carefully. The townsfolk do not want another disappearance on their conscience, nor do they welcome strangers digging intoContinue reading “The Last to Vanish by Megan Miranda”

I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston

Chloe Green is so close to becoming valedictorian at Willowgrove. But when her arch-nemesis, Shara Wheeler runs away weeks before their graduation ceremony, Chloe is determined to not win by default and make Shara attend their graduation. It just so happens that Shara has bigger plans for her. Through a series of clues left behind,Continue reading “I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston”

Book Lovers by Emily Henry

Nora Stephens is the career-driven, city person that gets left behind in the typical romance novels when the male character heads to a small town for a business trip and has a “reawakening”. So, when her sister Libby insists that they take a trip to Sunshine Falls, the location where Nora’s favourite client based herContinue reading “Book Lovers by Emily Henry”