J.T. Ellison, the author of Tear Me Apart, is preparing for a post-deadline book binge. We couldn’t wait to see what books she’s excited to read on vacation. These are the books on J.T. Ellison’s #TBR pile.
The Other Woman by Daniel Silva
It’s Gabriel Allon against Russia in this #1 New York Times bestseller by Daniel Silva. Gabriel is determined to expose the truth about the KGB after his informant is murdered. From storylines of treason and exposing conspiracies to a woman working on a memoir that will change everything, The Other Woman is a thrilling read for book lovers who like something fast-paced and daring.
Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik
This New York Times bestseller puts a new spin on the classic story of Rumpelstiltskin. Miryem’s family is losing their money and losing it fast thanks to her father’s failure to pay back his debts. When Miryem begins spinning silver into gold to pay back the money they owe, she soon learns that there are dangers in the world she hadn’t anticipated. She’ll have to be prepared to fight for her safety.
Catwoman: Soul Stealer by Sarah J. Maas
Selina Kyle has just returned to Gotham under a new alias and discovers that with Batman gone, she now has more control over the city. As she teams up with the alluring Batwing, she’ll find that the two make quite the duo, fighting enemies like Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. But when her past comes back to find her, she’ll have more to worry about than her romantic encounters with Batwing.
You by Caroline Kepnes
When Joe meets Guinevere Beck, he is instantly obsessed and slowly begins to infiltrate her life. The two become intertwined in an intense relationship, all the while Beck having no clue that Joe has set the entire thing up.
Every Single Secret by Emily Carpenter
Daphne and Heath have reached a sore spot during their engagement and Heath is determined to get their spark back by spending a week at an exclusive retreat. But when the couple arrives, they find out the rules are a lot stranger than they expected. When their therapist at the resort reveals the couples’ secrets, Daphne realizes that Heath’s past is something she never wanted to know about.
Bellewether by Susanna Kearsley
History, romance and magic weave together to tell the story of a French-Canadian lieutenant who falls in love with the daughter of the family he’s staying with. Lydia and Jean-Phillipe embark on a romance that’s forbidden, one that ends tragically.
The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy
When a group of new moms, called the May Mothers, go out one warm summer night, no one expects that one of their babies will go missing. When Winnie’s newborn son disappears, it’s up to the women to band together to find him. As the search begins, the mothers will discover that there’s a lot more at stake than one mother’s child.
Macbeth by Jo Nesbo
The police force of a small industrial town cracks down on the community, determined to take down the drug crime currently plaguing the residents. But what they don’t know is that one of the drug lords, Hecate, has plans to manipulate the head of SWAT, a man who isn’t always even when it comes to emotions and feelings. Will the police force be able to take down Hecate or will his mind games prove too strong to counter?
When the Lights Go Out by Mary Kubica
When Jessie discovers that her social security number has issues, she realizes that there are secrets about her own identity that she doesn’t know about. When she begins investigating the mystery, nights turn sleepless and insomnia sets in. Jessie can’t be sure if the things she’s finding are real or a trick of the mind.
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