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November’s New Releases, Part Two

These are some of the new releases we're excited about for the second half of November. What about you?

Book Review

The Holiday Detour by Jane Kolven

The Holiday Detour

CW/TW: misgendering genderqueer/nonbinary person, bathroom panic This book pissed me off so much that I bailed almost a quarter of the way in. As a genderqueer woman, I cannot recommend it and I regret picking it up in the first place. I was so mad about this book that I rage wrote the whole review on my phone while laying in bed, because this was supposed to be my fun bedtime read. You know you’re … Continue reading The Holiday Detour by Jane Kolven

Books On Sale

A Historical Mystery, Dukes, & More

Books on Sale: The Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley & More

RECOMMENDED: The Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley is $2.99! This is a Kindle Daily Deal. Sarah had this to say:

It’s absorbing, beautiful, and made me tear up at the end. It’s amazing – buy it for yourself or for someone who likes historical romance, mystery, or really, really powerful writing.

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Book Review

Girls of Brackenhill by Kate Moretti

Girls of Brackenhill

CW: Child abuse, alcoholism, anorexia Girls of Brackenhill is the kind of Gothic thriller that I love. It’s got supernatural elements, a house that functions as a character in its own right, and an unreliable narrator. This book would have been a solid A except I found the ending a little bit too vague to totally satisfy me. It was so spooky-good that I immediately popped in the mail for Amanda. Hannah Maloney gets a … Continue reading Girls of Brackenhill by Kate Moretti

Books On Sale

Kindle Daily Deals, Sci-Fi, & More

Books on Sale: The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John & More

RECOMMENDED: The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John is $2.99! This is a Kindle Daily Deal. Elyse wrote a Lightning Review for this one and gave it an A. Definitely check out her review for a list of triggers to be aware of.

This book is really two mysteries in one, and when they collide it’s a wonderful “ah-ha” moment. I wish I could say more than that, but I don’t want to ruin a single thing for another reader.

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Hide Your Wallet

November’s New Releases, Part Two

If you’re new to Hide Your Wallet, this is where we list new releases we’re pretty excited for in the coming month. Each reviewer has a book maximum (five per person), but we’ve separated HYW into two parts. The first HYW of the month will cover books that release from the 1st to the 14th. The second HYW will cover books released from the 15th to the end of the month. We also think this … Continue reading November’s New Releases, Part Two

Books On Sale

F/F Romances, Caroline Linden, & More

Books on Sale: The Girl Next Door by Chelsea Cameron & More

The Girl Next Door by Chelsea M. Cameron is $1.99! Tara and Shana wrote a joint review for this one back in May and gave it a B-:

Shana: I would give this a B-. I loved the wholesome sweetness of the love story. I was rooting hard for Iris and Jude, but the low-conflict storyline left me wanting a little more angst and a lot more plot. This reminded me of a Hallmark Channel movie with girl sex.

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Kickass Women in History: Virginia Hall

This month I’ve been reading about Virginia Hall, one of our better known Kickass Women. Virginia Hall was an American spy who recruited and organized resistance workers in France during WWII. She had a brilliant mind, a relentless work ethic, and an unparalleled ability to keep secrets and evade discovery despite being a tall, beautiful American who spoke French with a distinctly American accent and who walked with the aid of a wooden leg named … Continue reading Kickass Women in History: Virginia Hall

Whatcha Reading? November 2020 Edition, Part One

The woman in yellow coat jeans and boots sitting under the maple tree with a red book and cup of coffee or tea in fall city park on a warm day. Autumn golden leaves. Reading concept. Close up.

We’ve made it past November 3rd. Let’s all rejoice, take a deep breath, and talk about books! Claudia: Courtney Milan’s The Duke Who Didn’t, which I had completely neglected because it dropped from my library holds right on Nov. 3! It’s great to have some uninterrupted reading time again. Sarah: I’m about to start A Lady Compromised, part of the Rosalind Thorne mystery series by Darcie Wilde. I also (sorry!) have an advanced copy (I … Continue reading Whatcha Reading? November 2020 Edition, Part One

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