Three couples rent a luxury cabin in the woods for a weekend getaway to die for in this chilling locked-room thriller by New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger.
What could be more restful, more restorative, than a weekend getaway with family and friends? An isolated luxury cabin in the woods, complete with spectacular views, a hot tub and a personal chef. Hannah’s loving and generous tech-mogul brother found the listing online. The reviews are stellar. It’s his birthday gift to Hannah and includes their spouses and another couple. The six friends need this trip with good food, good company and lots of R & R, far from the chatter and pressures of modern life.
But the dreamy weekend is about to turn into a nightmare. A deadly storm is brewing. The rental host seems just a little too present. The personal chef reveals that their beautiful house has a spine-tingling history. And the friends have their own complicated past, with secrets that run blood deep. How well does Hannah know her brother, her own husband? Can she trust her best friend? And who is the new boyfriend, crashing their party? Meanwhile, someone is determined to ruin the weekend, looking to exact a payback for deeds long buried. Who is the stranger among them?
Enjoy a nice vacation at a cabin in the woods. What could go wrong?
For Hannah’s birthday, her brother got her a nice cabin to chill with friends. She has a feeling that trip might turn out alright and also leaving her baby alone the first time. During the trip her brother starts acting weird and her husband been keeping a secret. When a storm is coming all the secrets will come ahead, but who will be alive in the end?
I really enjoyed this adult thriller/mystery. It told in a few point of views also the book. The cover is spooky feeling to it. Don’t think I would survive in a cabin with people acting suspicious. I rather be alone in a cabin reading a book. You tell Hannah has major anxiety going in first place. If only she listen to it and stay home, but that would not be much of a book. I find it predictable at times and confusing, but I like how it all came together in the end.
Are you ready to rent a cabin in the woods? Check out Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six, it recently came out this month.
High schooler Natalie Cordova has just been diagnosed with Bipolar disorder. Her mom insists she keep it secret.
Putting up a front and hiding her mental illness from her classmates is going to be the hardest thing Natalie’s ever done. It’s her senior year, and she’s just been selected to present her artwork at a prestigious show. With the stress of performing on her shoulders, it doesn’t help when Natalie notices a boy who makes her heart leap. And then there’s fellow student Ella, who confronts Natalie about her summer car “accident” and pressures her into caring for the world’s ugliest dog. Now Natalie finds herself juggling all kinds of feels and responsibilities. Surely her newly prescribed medication is to blame for the funk she finds herself in. But as Natalie’s plan to self-treat unravels, so does the perfect façade she’s been painting for everyone else.
Written from experience, this contemporary YA is a heartfelt and candid exploration into the shame surrounding mental illness and offers an uplifting narrative where the protagonist doesn’t die at the end.
Sixteen-year-old Sayers Wayte has everything—until he’s kidnapped by a man who tells him the privileged life he’s been living is based on a lie.
Trapped in a windowless room, without knowing why he’s been taken or how long the man plans to keep him shut away, Sayers faces a terrifying new reality. To survive, he must forget the world he once knew, and play the part his abductor has created for him.
But as time passes, the line between fact and fiction starts to blur, and Sayers begins to wonder if he can escape . . . before he loses himself.
Emsy has always lived in sunny California, and she’d much rather spend her days surfing with her friends or hanging out with her girlfriend than honing her powers as a fire elemental. But when members of her family’s coven back east are murdered under mysterious circumstances that can only be the result of powerful witchcraft, her family must suddenly return to dreary upstate New York. There, Emsy will have to master her neglected craft in order to find the killer . . . before her family becomes their next target
Are you ready to join a Coven??
Emsy love her life in California. She has awesome friends and a special girl. Then her folks drop a bombshell on her. They have to go back home. To their coven they left years ago. Now Emsy must learn more of her magic and want secrets her family been keeping from her years ago.
Coven was such a fun witchy read. Plus it is an cool graphic novel. At first I did not like Emsy behavior, but she slowly grows up. This magical read is perfect to read anytime. Also I do love the cover of this book. Not sure if this is a series, but at the end it felt like a stand alone. Looking for a quick witchy book, check out Coven!
For sixteen years, Selestra Somniatis has been trapped in a castle on the Floating Mountain, preparing to take her mother’s place as King Seryth’s right hand. Tied by blood to steal souls for the immortal King of the Six Isles, the Somniatis Witch foretells the deaths of participants in the Festival of Predictions. To outrun your fate is to save your soul and steal the King’s immortality. But if you die, your soul is forfeit. And though thousands have tried, nobody has ever beaten death.
As a soldier in King Seryth’s army, Nox Laederic is an unlikely candidate for the Festival, but he has no plans to die at the hands of the King or his witches. His plan is more akin to violent revenge: steal the King’s immortality and kill the entirety of his court, starting with Selestra herself.
But when Selestra touches Nox in her very first prediction, she sees her own death alongside his–their fates are unmistakably intertwined, and Selestra is no longer safe in the only home she’s ever known. Nox and Selestra will have to enter a turbulent alliance in order to survive long enough to free the Six Isles from King Seryth’s clutches and escape the new fate that hunts them.
The first rule of watching K-dramas: Never fall in love with the second lead.
As an avid watcher of K-dramas, Hana knows all the tropes to avoid when she finally lands a starring role in a buzzy new drama. And she can totally handle her fake co-star boyfriend who might be falling in love with her. After all, she promised the producers a contract romance, and that’s all they’re going to get from her.
But when showrunners bring on a new girl to challenge Hana’s role as main love interest—and worse, it’s someone Hana knows all too well—can Hana fight for her position on the show while falling for her on-screen rival in real life?
-K-drama lovers will fall for all the fan-favorite tropes that make for a hit show. -Romance is everywhere in this swoony, joy-filled novel, with fake dating, a secret relationship, and a classic love triangle! -Visit South Korea as Hana takes readers through popular spots and hidden gems.
Ready for some kdrama?
Hanna is just breaking out being kpop star. With ratings falling, she gets roped in this fake dating scheme for press. In the meantime to boost the drama more, they added Hanna Rival. Things can get complicated in the kpop world with rules and behind the scenes drama. Will Hanna be able to become a star?
I really love kpop books so much. Love all the drama goodness and the simple love story. The cover is pretty cute for kpop drama. These book are so unpredictable and I just love the culture references and tourist stuff they do in Korea. Also I get so hungry when they talk about yummy food all the time. I’m looking forward to more books by this author and checking out kpop read in the furture.
Love Kdrama, Kpop, then this book is for you. Check out Flip the Script.
When 17-year-old Hunter Gifford wakes in the hospital on the night of homecoming, he’s shocked to learn he and his girlfriend, Chloe Summers, have been in a terrible car accident. Hunter has no memory of the crash, and his shock turns to horror when he is told Chloe’s blood has been found in the car―but she has disappeared.
Back at school, his fellow students taunt him, and his former best friend starts making a true-crime documentary about the case―one that points the finger directly at Hunter. And just when things can’t get any worse, Chloe’s mother stands in front of the entire town at a candlelight vigil and accuses Hunter of murder.
Under mounting pressure from the police, Hunter takes matters into his own hands by questioning anyone who might know the truth and posting videos to prove his innocence. When Hunter learns he and Chloe were seen arguing loudly outside the dance, he faces a sickening possibility. Was he angry enough to kill the person he loved?
What happens when you wake up in the hospital with no memory?
Hunter life was good, have the girl of his dreams, lots of friends, until an accident happen. He don’t remember what happen, but he becomes a prime suspect in Chole disappearance. Now his friends turn against him, and the town. What really happened that day of the accident and where is Chole?
I really did enjoyed this book. Kinda of binge read it in one day. It was so suspenseful at times and a huge guessing game. Is Hunter really innocent or guilty? I felt bad for Hunter dealing with the injuries of his accident then the disappearance of his girl he loves. Hunter tries hard looking for answers even if some people don’t believe him. It was a wild ride with a nice crazy twist at the end. I’m glad I discover this book.
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Hemlock Falls isn’t like other towns. You won’t find it on a map, your phone won’t work here, and the forest outside town might just kill you.
Winnie Wednesday wants nothing more than to join the Luminaries, the ancient order that protects Winnie’s town—and the rest of humanity—from the monsters and nightmares that rise in the forest of Hemlock Falls every night.
Ever since her father was exposed as a witch and a traitor, Winnie and her family have been shunned. But on her sixteenth birthday, she can take the deadly Luminary hunter trials and prove herself true and loyal—and restore her family’s good name. Or die trying.
But in order to survive, Winnie enlists the help of the one person who can help her train: Jay Friday, resident bad boy and Winnie’s ex-best friend. While Jay might be the most promising new hunter in Hemlock Falls, he also seems to know more about the nightmares of the forest than he should. Together, he and Winnie will discover a danger lurking in the forest no one in Hemlock Falls is prepared for.
Not all monsters can be slain, and not all nightmares are confined to the dark.
Are you to go to hunting school?
In Hemlock you spilt into different clans. Also get to train to be a hunter of nightmares. Winnie family is an outcast because of her father. Now she going to prove herself to the clans by becoming an hunter. Things are not what they seem with the nightmares and she has an unlikely training partner, Jay. Will Winnie be able to make it in the end?
The Luminaries was such a good read. So many characters to fall in love with. Also the cover is pretty bad ass. I did fallen in love with the storyline so much. Kinda had an supernatural feeling to it. This is very detailed world building and very easy to follow along. I was lucky enough to have met Susan Dennard at an event. You guys will not be disappointed in this book. Go check it out.