The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls, Anissa Gray

“But how do you tell somebody what it’s like to have reality rolling in on you in waves, knocking you to your knees...” Althea is the oldest Butler sibling. She’s been through a lot, having to raise her siblings when her mother passed. But now, the Butlers are all grown up, and Althea and her… Continue reading The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls, Anissa Gray

Do No Harm, Christina McDonald

I was lucky enough to receive this as an ARC. McDonald always writes wonderful characters. In this, you want to cheer on Emma even when she’s doing something sketchy. She’s flawed and has made mistakes in her past. McDonald is great at building moral conundrums with her readers. Because we inherently want things to work… Continue reading Do No Harm, Christina McDonald