M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

Dance to the Piper by Nora Roberts is the second book in The O’Hurleys series and introduces the fun-loving O’Hurleys, a family of die-hard entertainers with triplet girls and an older brother who grow up on the road. The second of this four-book series introduces Maddy, a free spirit professional Broadway dancer, and the youngest of the O’Hurley triplets. An innate optimist with a willingness … Continue reading M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

The Last Honest Woman by Nora Roberts is the first book in The O’Hurleys series and introduces the fun-loving O’Hurleys, a family of die-hard entertainers with triplet girls and an older brother who grow up on the road. The first of this four-book series, introduces Abigail, the middle of the triplets, who at 18 marries the man of her dreams, a famous racecar driver who … Continue reading M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg is a timeless story of a beautiful friendship between two women in the 1980s, and their survival against all odds in the small town Whistle Stop, Alabama. Flagg’s southern charm takes the reader to small-town Alabama and into the Whistle Stop Cafe where a colorful cast of relatable, quirky characters confront everyday issues with … Continue reading M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

In Are You Afraid of the Dark? by Sidney Sheldon, four people who share a single crucial link die violently and mysteriously in four different cities across the world. This description alone should make you want to pick up the book. I’ve read most of Sheldon’s books, and have found everyone to be a page-turner. Sheldon’s writing is fast-paced, on the edge of your seat … Continue reading M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

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C is for Corpse by Sue Grafton is the third book of her Alphabet Series and another great adventure with Kinsey Millhone. As is always the case with Grafton’s novels, her use of words is simple but expressive. Her characters are three-dimensional, well interwoven in each other’s lives, so very relatable, and quirky. They feel like friends and family. In C is for Corpse a … Continue reading M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)

“You is kind. You is smart. You is important.” This is one of the many quotes to take away from Kathryn Stockett’s The Help, a historical-fiction centered around the civil rights movement of the 1960s in racially conflicted Mississippi. I read the book after I watched the movie starring Viola Davis and Emma Stone (favorites of mine) and enjoyed it just as much. Stockett delves … Continue reading M.L. Lexi’s Good Reads (or Listening)