“The Crow Rider” by Kalyn Josephson #BookReview

Georgia Kostopoulou   After reading “The Storm Crow” I was very much intrigued to see how the story continues. I really liked Thia as a character. She is very realistic, one that the reader can easily relate to. I was very fond of the Crow too! It’s a magical creature and I am fascinated by magical… Read More “The Crow Rider” by Kalyn Josephson #BookReview

“The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins Reid #BookReview

Georgia Kostopoulou The known and famous Hollywood actor Evelyn Hugo is ready to talk about her scandalous life. Right on time with the exhibition of her famous and glamorous dresses, Evelyn Hugo has decided to give an interview, one that she has never given. What surprised everyone the most, was that she chose an unknown… Read More “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins Reid #BookReview

“The London Restoration” by Rachel McMillan, Narrated by Hannah Curtis #BookReview

Georgia Kostopoulou   Architectural Historian Diana Somerville has been a code breaker at Bletchley Park during World War II. There she has met some interesting people that have been working for the government, ones that she would have not met otherwise. Now, in the 1945 London, the war is over and Diana has been requested… Read More “The London Restoration” by Rachel McMillan, Narrated by Hannah Curtis #BookReview

“The Honey-Don’t List” by Christina Lauren #BookReview

Georgia Kostopoulou “The Honey-Don’t List” is a contemporary slow burn romance about two young colleagues that find each other and love while at the same time they try to maintain peace between their employers. Melissa (Melly) and Rusty Tripp is a happily married couple. They have started as a small local office with beautiful decoration… Read More “The Honey-Don’t List” by Christina Lauren #BookReview

“His & Hers” by Alice Feeney #BookReview, Narrated by Richard Armitage; Stephanie Racine

Georgia Kostopoulou   I recently listened to “His & Hers” audiobook and enjoyed every bit of it! It’s been a while since I’ve read such a good thriller, one that had me wondering who the killer might be! Even though I was sure, after some point in the book, about the killer’s identity, that assumption… Read More “His & Hers” by Alice Feeney #BookReview, Narrated by Richard Armitage; Stephanie Racine