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Book Nerds: Our April BookCase Club Box Has Arrived!

Check out this month’s BookCase Club loot! For those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about, BookCase Club is a magical subscription box where, for only $10 a month, you get two books delivered to your door.

There are six different genres or themes that you get to pick from, (Booking for Love, Thrill Seeker, Strange Worlds, Teenage Dreams, etc.) but the specific books chosen each month are a surprise and are hand-picked each month by BookCase Club experts.

This month’s box features Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge and I Love You More by Jennifer Murphy.

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Once again, we have beautiful cover art to admire and upon flipping the books over, I was delighted to see “scintillating” included in one of the descriptions. Also, I Love You More‘s main character is named Picasso. That’s pretty cool.

Let’s Review Eeny Meeny

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Eeny Meeny is the first in the Helen Grace detective series. The plot is this: two characters, one gun–who will make it out alive? Detective Helen Grace knows a lot about darkness and the uglier sides of human nature, but as she works to unravel this case she is increasingly more baffled and afraid than she ever has been before. Someone is playing an evil game and not everyone will make it out alive.

Next, We Have I Love You More

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If anyone is familiar with country singer Carrie Underwood’s single “Two Black Cadillacs,” that’s what I thought of after reading the description of I Love You More. Only, in Murphy’s novel there are three women to one man. There’s also murder, displaced loyalty, and a confused girl named Picasso stuck in the middle of it all. Picasso Lane was 12 when her father was killed. Picasso remembers two other women involved with her father, and although Picasso’s mother Diana is the detective’s primary suspect there are many others with strong motives and desires of jealousy and revenge. So who really killed Oliver Lane?

Happy Reading!

Thanks again to BookCase Club for the opportunity to read their books! All you book nerds out there need to check them out! It’s a great deal and you can’t beat having an expert pick your books out for you!


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