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Reviews

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The Cliff House
by RaeAnne Thayne
"A warm, beautiful story about family, friendship, and love."
Posted March 21, 2019

I've never read books by RaeAnne Thayne before, but I've heard a lot of good reviews of her work. When I spotted THE CLIFF HOUSE for review, I immediately requested a copy. The story, plot, characters, writing did not disappoint. I Read more...


The Object of Your Affections
by Falguni Kothari
"An engaging and entertaining friend drama..."
Posted March 17, 2019

THE OBJECT OF YOUR AFFECTIONS by Falguni Kothari is a story based in New York City. The main characters Paris, Naira, Neal are an interesting trio. The main themes of the story are friendship, surrogacy and co-parenting. Paris and Naira are best Read more...


A Spark of Light
by Jodi Picoult
"An urgent, topical read by a beloved author..."
Posted October 11, 2018

A SPARK OF LIGHT by Jodi Picoult is about people, their beliefs, and THE traumas that lead them on their current life paths. The story takes place during the span of a working day, a climax that's been building for a lifetime Read more...


The Christmas Sisters
by Sarah Morgan
"A Christmas novel to bring holiday cheer!"
Posted September 27, 2018

A Sarah Morgan Christmas book is always exciting to look forward to, and THE CHRISTMAS SISTERS was no exception in more than one way. The style of writing is great but the plot lines are a turn from her usual romantic, in love Read more...


How to Keep a Secret
by Sarah Morgan
"A warm mix of bitter sweet family secrets"
Posted July 6, 2018

HOW TO KEEP A SECRET by Sarah Morgan is about a family, three generations of women tied to each other through blood, but more importantly by secrets. In this warm, bubbling with quiet nerves story we meet Nancy, her daughters Lauren and Jenna, and her granddaughter Mackenzie. The sisters with Read more...


On Hart's Boardwalk
by Samantha Young
"Sweet and steamy second honeymoon for this Dublin Street couple!"
Posted April 4, 2018

Nate and Olivia have been together for more than a decade, with respective careers and two young kids keeping them busy. Their life together as a couple started as friends with benefits, but soon progressed to something much deeper and loving. Now, looking back at a decade of marriage Olivia Read more...


The Great Alone
by Kristin Hannah
"A beautiful yet terrifying story of love and resilience"
Posted February 19, 2018

THE GREAT ALONE is the latest work of Kristin Hannah, some of you may know her from her last bestseller THE NIGHTINGALE. THE GREAT ALONE is the first book I've read of hers, and I was mighty impressed by the range of emotions and depth portrayed in the story Read more...


Moonlight Over Manhattan
by Sarah Morgan
"Magical Christmas Romance set in Manhattan"
Posted November 30, 2017

MOONLIGHT OVER MANHATTAN is book 6 in the From Manhattan with Love series by one of the most popular romantic authors today, Sarah Morgan. All books in the series are part of one big, happy circle of friends Read more...


Holiday in the Hamptons
by Sarah Morgan
"A romantic summer paradise"
Posted August 30, 2017

HOLIDAY IN THE HAMPTONS is Book 5 in the From Manhattan with Love series and the story of Felicity Knight aka Fliss and Seth Carlyle. It's about second chances, righting your wrongs. Seth and Fliss spent their summers together Read more...


Miracle on 5th Avenue
by Sarah Morgan
"Loving again can be as beautiful as falling in love for the first time"
Posted November 25, 2016

MIRACLE ON 5TH AVENUE is the third in the romantic, sexy From Manhattan with Love series by Sarah Morgan. The series is about three best friends from Puffin Islands, a small island on the coast of Maine, who Read more...


The Royal Nanny
by Karen Harper
"Royal Brood through the eyes of the Nanny"
Posted October 16, 2016

THE ROYAL NANNY is set on the cusp of 19th century. A young woman, Charlotte Bill, lands the job as Royal Nanny at the end of 1890s. Charlotte is soon deemed head care giver for the 2 infant boys and a baby on the way and is soon dubbed Lala Read more...


The One Real Thing
by Samantha Young
"Absolutely Addictive"
Posted September 27, 2016

THE ONE REAL THING by Samantha Young is Book 1 in the author's latest series - Harts Boardwalk. Samantha is author of the very popular and successful Dublin Read more...


The Velvet Hours
by Alyson Richman
"A story of beauty, decadence, pleasure and mystery"
Posted September 3, 2016

THE VELVET HOURS by Alyson Richman is simply Wow! It is the story of Madame De Florian and her granddaughter Solange's conversations remembering the Madame's life story. Madame and Solange meet for the first time just a year before the 2nd world war starts and she is closer Read more...


Letters from Paris
by Juliet Blackwell
"Parisian intrigue and mystique both in the past and present."
Posted August 21, 2016

LETTERS FROM PARIS, a story set off by a single letter, which is more of a note, discovered in the box of a mask sent from Paris to a woman in New Orleans by her husband, Jerry Duval, who was stationed in Paris at the end of WW2. The mask Read more...


The Girls in the Garden
by Lisa Jewell
"Discovering the inevitable secrets of growing up"
Posted June 22, 2016

THE GIRLS IN THE GARDEN is the first book I have read by Lisa Jewell. She is quite a popular author and one of my reading resolutions of 2016 is to read new authors. When I saw this book up for review I grabbed it quick and the pretty cover Read more...


The Girl from Savoy
by Hazel Gaynor
"A mesmerising story of dreams and dancing"
Posted June 22, 2016

THE GIRL FROM THE SAVOY was an intriguing story even before I started reading it. The cover and title alone pulled me in and compelled me to uncover who the Girl is and what the famous Savoy hotel of London got to do with her. Since it's a story Read more...


The Rain Sparrow
by Linda Goodnight
"A beautiful tale shrouded in mystery"
Posted April 24, 2016

THE RAIN SPARROW, I loved the title and after reading the story fully understood the choice of it. It is an intriguing title and compelled me to pick up a copy. The cover provides the right amount of mystery which is an integral part of the story. With promise of Read more...


Home on Apple Blossom Road
by Sheila Roberts
"A labyrinth of nostalgia that leads to the greatest inheritance of all."
Posted April 12, 2016

HOME ON APPLE BLOSSOM ROAD is the story of Colin, Mia and Grandma Justine. Grandma Justine is that lady in town who knows anything, everything and everyone in town. She is a pillar of society, helps those in need...basically a do-good Lady of action. She carries out all Read more...


Love Walks In
by Samantha Chase
"Full of Love and Family bonds"
Posted April 9, 2016

LOVE WALKS IN, is Book 2 in the Shaughnessy Brothers series by Samantha Chase. Ian and Lillian Shaughnessy who have Irish origins were a loving couple based in North Carolina and had six kids. Lillian's untimely death Read more...


Dear Thing
by Julie Cohen
"A sensitive yet beautiful story of bringing a child into this world."
Posted April 9, 2016

DEAR THING, is the story of Claire, Ben and Thing in which Romily plays a major supporting role. There's Jarvis and Posie, too in the story with a brief yet necessary appearance by Max. It is a story where after reading you will feel like you've been through Read more...


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