Remember Me?, Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella is one of my favourite authors and I love and reread so many of her books. It is on that note, that while I enjoyed this one, I didn’t love it anywhere near as much as some of the others. Remember Me has a great premise which sees a 25 year old girl,... Continue Reading →

I’ve Got Your Number, Sophie Kinsella

I think I’m going to say it. This is my favourite Sophie Kinsella book of all time. And given I really enjoy pretty much all of her books, that’s saying something! I’ve Got Your Number has a little bit of a confusing premise. Basically Poppy, a loveable, hilarious, classic Kinsella heroine picks up a phone... Continue Reading →

Our Stop, Laura Jane Williams

Thank you NetGalley and HarperCollins Publishers Australia for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. Our Stop is a cute, missed connections, light-hearted romance. Nadia and Daniel catch the same train… that is when Nadia doesn’t miss it. Daniel has finally worked up the courage to make a move on the gorgeous girl he sees on the train... Continue Reading →

The Love Solution, Ashley Croft

Thank you NetGalley and Avon Books for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. This cute and quirky story follows two orphaned sisters and their respective journeys to finding love. Molly is a nerdy chemistry workaholic who is in love with her obtuse project leader. She’s working on an exciting, top secret project, to develop a “love... Continue Reading →

Mrs. Everything, Jennifer Weiner

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 →

The Flatshare, Beth O’Leary

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 →

I Owe You One, Sophie Kinsella

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 plops us down in England with our heroine Fixie, a bumbling but loveable chick who can’t help but fix anything and anyone around her…... Continue Reading →

Good Luck with That, Kristan Higgins

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.

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