Strap in, Ryke and Daisy have their work cut out for them in Long Way Down. As per most of this series, we pick up where we left off in Fuel the Fire. This is also the final Ryke and Daisy book and the final solo book at the last in the series is from all... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 so much love in my heart for all Ryke has done for Lily and Lo and finally getting to his book just made me love him more. He is so loving, caring, selfless and is willing to be the bad guy, to be hated and ridiculed if it can even minutely help the... Continue Reading →
Finally a Calloway Sisters book! I liked Lily and Lo but as I've said before the side characters in the original Addicted series were always what made those book enjoyable for me and finally I'm up to the spin off series! “People hope to touch the sky. I dream of kissing it.” I checked the... Continue Reading →
What a unique story. I didn’t really know what I was getting into when I started Where the Crawdads Sing. All I really knew was that everyone was loving it, and now I understand why!
Good Luck With That was not at all what I was expecting. I was in a bit of a 'not sure what to read next mood' and I just picked this one up on a whim, not having ready any blurbs of reviews. I was very pleasantly surprised.
In The Kiss Thief, Frankie Rossi, sole daughter to the leader of The Outfit (Chicago’s mob) has always known who she is going to marry. Angelo Bandini is everything she’s ever wanted, sweet, caring and groomed to be a man of The Outfit like his important father. But fate has something else in store for our Frankie, who on the night where all her dreams were to come true, was stolen by the villain aka Senator Wolfe Keaton.