Book Reviews

Mini Reviews: Flawless, Succubus Blues & The Good Daughter

Flawless by Heather Graham

A romantic thriller featuring a criminal psychologist and an FBI agent. Thieves are on the loose and diamonds are the treat. When Kieran stumbles into a robbery and is taken hostage, it points out that there may be two sets of thieves. I like that Kieran’s family’s pub becomes a centerpiece of the investigation. The chemistry between Kieran and the agent, Craig does not overpower the book. I liked the mystery element of the book even though the clues were easy to spot. I was surprised at the reveal because it was not who I believed it was, but I love thrillers like that. I like the author’s paranormal books but will probably stick to this series. ⭐⭐⭐⭐


Succubus Blues by Richelle Mead

It would be hard living with the curse of being sexually over charged. Georgina deals with it everyday while trying to live a normal life working in at a bookstore. This book does have a mystery element with Georgina working with friends to find out who is killing vampires. Good & Evil work together in this book and the reveal was worth it. I must get the rest of the books in the series. ⭐⭐⭐⭐


The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter


This was a disturbing book about an attack on a family that leaves a mother dead and her two daughters trying to pick up the pieces. The descriptions in this book gave a vivid visual, which made it move intense. I listened to this book on audiobook and some parts made my stomach upset. Do not get me wrong, I love a thriller that brings out emotions within me, it lets me know it was worth the read. Karin Slaughter’s writing gets under your skin, but I am all for it. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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