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Do Your Worst
by Rosie Danan

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Riley is a curse breaker looking to legitimize her craft as a career. She is working on her first big commercial curse break in Scotland when she meets Clark. Clark is an archeologist hoping to revive his career after a scandal. Clark doesn't believe in curses and Riley is trying to prove him wrong all while they try not to fall in love.

Throne Of Glass
by Sarah J. Maas

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In a land without magic, where the king rules with an iron hand, an assassin is summoned to the castle. She comes not to kill the king but to win her freedom. She is released from prison to serve as the king's champion if she defeats twenty-three killers, thieves, and warriors in a competition. Her name is Celaena Sardothien. Hasn’t got me hooked but curious enough to continue the series.

Heir Of Fire
by Sarah J. Maas

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Celaena has survived deadly contests and shattering heartbreak- but at an unspeakable cost. Now, she must travel to a new land to confront her darkest truth . . . a truth about her heritage that could change her life and her future. I finally feel like this series has hooked me with this one

Love Letters For Joy
by Melissa See

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Less than a year away from graduation, seventeen-year-old Joy is too busy overachieving to be worried about relationships. She’s determined to be Caldwell Prep’s first disabled valedictorian. And she only has one person to beat, her academic rival Nathaniel. Joy starts to wonder if she has missed out on a quintessential high school experience. She is asexual, but that’s no reason she can’t experience first love, right? She writes to Caldwell Cupid to help her sort out these new feelings and, over time, finds herself falling for the mysterious voice behind the letters. But falling in love might mean risking what she wants most, especially when the letter-writer turns out to be the last person she would ever expect. This book was a standard YA love story, with some nice representation. It wasn't great, but it was good enough that I enjoyed it the whole way through, and don't regret reading it. There weren't any major twists, and I kind of knew what was going to happen, but I still liked it.

The Housemaid Is Watching
by Freida McFadden

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A seemingly quaint suburban street becomes sinister for a former maid and her family. Did her dark past follow her? This book is so thrilling and exciting. You can't wait to read the next page let alone chapter! The plot twists are fantastic. If you love phycological thrillers this book series is definitely for you!!

Braiding Sweetgrass
by Robin Kimmerer

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Fantastic book combining first peoples understanding of the natural world with concepts of ecology. Told in thematic chapters with easy to read prose.

Alas de Plata
by Camilla Läckberg

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In this book we get to know all the dark secrets that Faye hides behind her impolute facade. While her business is in trouble due to an unknown threat, we discover the youth that made her who she is today. Having escaped a traumatic household, she is ready to help the women around her and get what she wants. I really like the plot twists in the story and the cliffhanger at the end. Only few authors know how to do it like Camilla Lackberg. However, I wish I had read the first book of the trilogy before reading this one. As I read I knew there were things I should know that I did not and it bugged me a bit. There is some annoying repetition that could have been skipped. It's a very fast read. Not sure if I love Faye or not... very complicated character and I cannot wait to read the third book.

I Found You
by Lisa Jewell

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What happens when you find yourself on a beach without your memory? With the help of a Good Samaritan, Frank attempts to remember his life and what drove him to forget. Told in a confusing set of flashbacks, where we don’t know if Frank is the victim or perpetrator, it’s a suspenseful tale that leaves the audience guessing.

Time Long Gone
by J A Jance

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I normally do not read (or listen to the J P Beaumont series, just never thought they would be as interesting as other J A Jance series. I have to say, I was wrong! Fifty years ago, when she was five, Sister Mary Katherine witnessed something terrible . . . Now, J P Beaumont is tasked to lead the investigation of a 50-year-old murder. Gruesome details are recalled via hypno therapy. But, as usual, Beaumont is raveled up in more than one murder investigation and now someone is eliminating suspects and witnesses a half-century after the fact.

by James Comey

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I read James Comey's book Central Park West out of sheer curiosity. I found it to be quite good. A few areas could have been better, but overall, it was a good book. So, I could not wait until Westport was released. A bit of intrigue, high finance, and a little greed make for a great story! James Comey learned from his former FBI experience and sees to bring better stories as time passes!