Review: Nothing to See Here | Kevin Wilson

Nothing to See Here follows Lilian as she becomes a nanny for one of her childhood friends. To her surprise, the children spontaneously catch on fire. So Lilian has to help conceal this secret to protect the children’s father’s political job.

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Review: Things You Save in a Fire | Katherine Center

Things You Save in a Fire follows a female firefighter, Cassie, after an altercation with a government employee at an award ceremony causes her to lose her position. Cassie’s estranged mother needs help while recovering from eye surgery, so Cassie reluctantly accepts the invite, with the caveat that it would be temporary.

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Review: Trail of Lightning | Rebecca Roanhorse

Trail of Lightning follows the monster hunter, Maggie, after a climate-change-induced flood drowns most of the world. Now, gods, heroes, and monsters walk amongst those who remain on an old Navajo reservation.

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Review: Verity | Colleen Hoover

When the author Verity is severely injured, her husband offers Lowen, a broke, but talented writer, a sum of money she can’t refuse. As part of the process, Lowen has to go through Verity’s home office with years of notes and outlines. She discovers horrifying secrets that could put her life at risk.

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Review: Rules of Magic | Alice Hoffman

The Rules of Magic follows three magical siblings from the 1960s to 1990s. Their ancestors were cursed so that no one in their family could ever love or else their significant other would face disastrous consequences. But this conflicts with one of the three major rules of magic: Fall in love whenever you can.

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Review: Then She Was Gone | Lisa Jewell

Fifteen-year-old “golden child” Ellie Mack goes missing, it is written off as a perfectionist running away from the pressure. Ten years later, her mom is still grieving and looking for answers. Then she meets the charming but mysterious Floyd and his nine-year-old daughter that looks exactly like Ellie.

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