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Review: Theme Music by T. Marie Vandelly

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This book was everything I wanted in a book right now!



Theme Music by T. Marie VandellyPublished July 2019

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Source: Purchased An utterly propulsive and unpredictable psychological thriller from stunning new talent T. Marie Vandelly

For the lucky among us, life is what you make of it, but for Dixie Wheeler, the theme music for her story was chosen by another long ago, on the day her father butchered her mother and brothers and then slashed a knife across his own throat. Only one-year-old Dixie was left alive, infamously known as Baby Blue for the song left playing in the aftermath of the slaughter.

Twenty-five years later, Dixie is still desperate for a connection to the family she can’t remember, so when her childhood home goes up for sale, Dixie sets aside all reason and moves in, re-creating a macabre decor with her family’s salvaged furniture. But as the ghosts of her family seemingly begin to take up residence in the home that was once theirs, Dixie …

Review: Flowers in the Attic: 40th Anniversary Edition by V.C. Andrews

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The original #LadiesOfHorrorFiction novel that started it all for me!



Flowers In The Attic by V.C. AndrewsOriginally Published November 1979!

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Source: Purchased Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the enduring gothic masterpiece Flowers in the Attic—the unforgettable forbidden love story that earned V.C. Andrews a fiercely devoted fan base and became an international cult classic.

At the top of the stairs there are four secrets hidden—blond, innocent, and fighting for their lives…

They were a perfect and beautiful family—until a heartbreaking tragedy shattered their happiness. Now, for the sake of an inheritance that will ensure their future, the children must be hidden away out of sight, as if they never existed. They are kept in the attic of their grandmother’s labyrinthine mansion, isolated and alone. As the visits from their seemingly unconcerned mother slowly dwindle, the four children grow ever closer and depend upon one another to survive both t…

Book Review: The Governess Game by Tessa Dare

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I am reading a series in order. Can you believe it? Well, I can't either, ha!



The Governess Game by Tessa DareReleased August 2018

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Source:  Overdrive Borrow He’s been a bad, bad rake—and it takes a governess to teach him a lesson

The accidental governess

After her livelihood slips through her fingers, Alexandra Mountbatten takes on an impossible post: transforming a pair of wild orphans into proper young ladies. However, the girls don’t need discipline. They need a loving home. Try telling that to their guardian, Chase Reynaud: duke’s heir in the streets and devil in the sheets. The ladies of London have tried—and failed—to make him settle down. Somehow, Alexandra must reach his heart . . . without risking her own.

The infamous rake

Like any self-respecting libertine, Chase lives by one rule: no attachments. When a stubborn little governess tries to reform him, he decides to give her an education—in pleasure. That should prove he can’t be tamed. But Alexa…

Book Review: The Worst Is Yet to Come by S.P. Miskowski

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It's been a heck of a few weeks, hasn't it? My apologies for abandoning my blog for a bit there. I've been reading all of your lovely comments and thank you SO much for the visits. Now that I am apparently going to be spending all of my time here at home I plan to be a better blogging friend and I hope you are all doing as well as you possibly can as our world continues to turn upside down 



The Worst Is Yet To Come by S.P. MiskowskiReleased February 2019

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Source: Received for Review Consideration 2019 Bram Stoker Award® Nominee for Superior Achievement in a Novel

For most of her fourteen years, Tasha Davis has languished in the rural-suburban town of Skillute, Washington. Her parents offer plenty of comfortable—if stifling—emotional support, but what she needs is a best friend.

In her final year at Clark Middle School, Tasha meets a strange, new classmate. Briar Kenny is the self-styled rebel Tasha wants to be, and the Davises are the kind o…