The Kind Worth Saving by Peter Swanson: Joan goes to private investigator Henry Kimball to look into her husband she believes is cheating. Henry knew Joan in a past life as she was in his class when there was a school shooting. Joan just needs confirmation that her husband is cheating but Henry has an uneasy feeling about her. I loved the kind worth killing and this sequel did not disappoint. 4/5 Stars

Silver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand: Meredith reaches out to her oldest friend Connie, she has no where to go and is in over her head. Her husband is in prison and won’t talk to her and she cannot contact her sons. She heads off to Nantucket to hide out in Connie’s house and is hoping to prove her innocence. She had no clue of her husband schemes and now she is hated by her entire community. This is obviously inspired by the Madoff story but it focused more on Meredith. I could not put it down, it’s a perfect beach read. 3.5/5 Stars

Pineapple Street by Jenny Jackson: If “Rich people problems” was a book. It follows the story of Darley who gave up her inheritance to not have her husband sign a prenup. Her sister, Georgiana who’d having an affair with a coworker and Sasha who’s married to their brother that is having the hardest time fitting in. This book was a delight. 4/5 Stars

The Night Before by Wendy Walker: Laura has a bad streak with men, she always falls for the wrong guys. When she doesn’t return home from an online date, her sister Rosie is worried for her and for her possible actions. Laura moved in with her after her latest bad breakup and hasn’t shared much about her previous relationship. This book had a nice twist. 3.5/5 Stars

Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano: William Waters grew up in a loveless home, after the passing of his older sister soon after he was born, his parents completely abandoned him emotionally. William turns to basketball at a young age to cope. In college, he meets Julia Padavano who has 3 sisters and an overall wonderful family. The Padavanos fully embraced William but after an injury causing him to let go of his basketball career, William’s mental health issues really deteriorate. This book wrecked me, I could not put it down. 5/5 Stars