The Canary Club by Sherry D. Ficklin


*****I received an e-arc of the book from the Netgalley. All thoughts are my own*******

Trigger Warning(s): Abuse


Edition: e-ARC

Pages: 325

Series or Standalone: Standalone/Companion Novel

Published: July 5th, 2016

Publisher: Clean Teen Publishing

Goodreads Synopsis: “Bad Luck Benny is a fella from the wrong side of the tracks. Recently released from jail, he has vowed to keep his head down and stay out of trouble. But he also needs to care for his ailing sister and the rest of his struggling family, and he’ll do anything to make that happen—even if it means taking a position with a notorious crime boss. He soon finds himself in over his head—and worse still—falling for the one dame on earth he should be staying away from.

Masie is the daughter of a wealthy gangster with the voice of an angel and gun smoke in her veins. Strong-willed but trapped in a life she never wanted, she dreams of flying free from the politics and manipulation of her father. A pawn in her family’s fight for control of the city, and with a killer hot on her heels, she turns to the one person who just might be able to spring her from her gilded cage. But Masie is no angel, and her own dark secrets may come back to burn them both.

Two worlds collide in this compelling story of star-crossed lovers in gritty prohibition-era New York.

4.5/5 Hot Aliens

Where do I even begin? This novel captured my attention when I wasn’t even in the mood for this kind of book (I was in the mood for a werewolf novel). But oh my gosh, this had so many twists and turns! The plot kept thickening and I was honestly was glued to the pages. Basically, this novel is about a boy who can’t seem to get a break and a girl who is unhappy with the life she was forced into.

I loved being able to learn parts of the character’s past/being able to learn why they were the way were. Masie was definitely one of my favorite characters. I loved how she was such a strong character. She was able to show that you can be vulnerable and be strong, showing that neither are bad. I’ve never read about a character with that kind of characteristic. Now, I want to see that in every character, in all genders. It’s NORMAL to be vulnerable days and it’s NORMAL to be strong some days. Benny was such a sweet character. My heart felt for him soooo much. I also loved him as a character. I did strongly dislike a character who I cannot name…… so………. just know that they are literally the worst.

I know that this was a quick review, so if you have any questions, let me know below! I’d love to talk about it more!


Xx Sincerely,



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