Book Review: Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll
Books, I love them. I have always loved reading and it helps that I am relatively quick at it. I’ve been on a Scandanavian Thriller binge recently thanks to inheriting my mother’s old Kobo and basically reading every book marked ‘closed’ – meaning, every book my mom read:) We have pretty similar tastes, or more accurately my taste is similar to hers.
Needless to say when I received a note from Simon & Schuster asking if I’d like to take part as part of an advance reader group, I was IN!! And then I called my mother.
The first book to arrive was this:
And I devoured it. In two nights. It was awesome. A fun, enjoyable read.
The characters got me hooked right away. I enjoyed the writing and way the words spoke to me. It did end rather suddenly, but maybe that’s just because I could have read more. There were definitely moments of laughing out loud, there were also moments where I would turn to either the dogs or DH or both and say, “oh sh%t$ happening” and then keep reading. Quite a page turner, thanks in part to the wonderful suspense created.
Disclosure: As I mentioned above, I was sent the book. I was not asked to provide a review, however enjoyed the book and decided I would share that. I let Simon & Schuster know, they enjoyed that. They all lived happily ever after:)