This cute story follows author Juliet Ashton in post WW2 London who has writers block. The war is over, people are rebuilding their lives and Juliet is in a slump when one day she receives a letter from a member of the he Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. With that letter begins a... Continue Reading →
Thank you NetGalley and Atira Books for the eARC in exchange for an honest review. I just finished Mrs. Everything and I’m blown away by the amount of emotion that was packed into this novel about two sisters. The character driven plot follows two Jewish sisters, Jo and Bethie throughout their lives from the 1950’s... Continue Reading →
Tiffy and Leon share a flat. Tiffy and Leon share a bed. Tiffy and Leon have never met… What a cute and unique story.I absolutely loved the premise of The Flatshare, I’ve not read anything like it! Tiffy gets is broke, heart-broken and desperate so when she comes across Leon’s proposal, she jumps on it. The... Continue Reading →
In typical Sophie Kinsella fashion I Owe You One serves up another cute and quirky read that I enjoyed relaxing into and forgetting my own romantic woes for a while. Kinsella takes plops us down in England with our heroine Fixie, a bumbling but lovable chick who can’t help but fix anything and anyone around... Continue Reading →
I have a really hit and miss relationship with Christina Lauren books and My Favourite Half-Night Stand feel more on the miss side than I was hoping for.