Behind Closed Doors

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Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris

Goosebumps.

 

That’s basically all I can say. Goosebumps.

 

I don’t know if it’s my inexperience with psychological thriller books or if maybe I ate something before going to bed, or what… but the first night after starting this book, I woke up in the middle of the night drenched in sweat, crying, and thrashing about in the bed. Nightmare.

 

Prior to reading this book, the list of psychological thrillers I had read consisted of Gone Girl and The Girl On the Train. Neither of those were put on my Favorite Reads list. Not saying they were bad, just not my favorite by any means. Now this one was a completely different story (pun intended).

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When it Rains…

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When it Rains by Lisa De Jong

Guys. The time has finally come. This is about to be my least favorite blog post so far, because it is my first negative one.

With a 4.29 star rating on Goodreads,and also because it was on my guaranteed-to-make-you-cry list, I went into this with high expectations. After skimming some of the reviews on Goodreads and seeing that an overwhelming majority of them start with “cried my way through this book” or some variation of that sentence, you can imagine how excited I was to read this. Needless to say, I did not need a box full of Kleenex. The Kleenex I needed was probably limited to two.  Continue reading

After You

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I sat down the other day. And read a book. It was about damn time too, I’ve only been on vacation for 11 out of the 14 days…

So I thought since I enjoyed Me Before You, the best thing to read should be the next book. And boy did it not disappoint. I do have to say tho, I didn’t know what to expect out of this book. I didn’t necessarily want it to be all about a new love she’s found but then I didn’t know what else it could be about. Well let me tell you, Jojo surprised me with this. Continue reading

It Ends With Us

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It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover

I am dedicating my very first post to this book because after I starting and finishing it yesterday, I had to get my thoughts about it out. But the question became, where do I share my opinions? Do the good people of Goodreads really want to hear what I have to say about it? Why don’t I have a blog of my own where I can say what I want about what I want and no one can complain? So voila. Welcome to The Coffeephile Diaries. Continue reading