Man, my TBR list is absolutely crazy. Most of the time I stress about how to get through it and, as you can imagine, choosing which book to read can be an absolute nightmare. One night, after reading Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada, I was looking for something a bit more upbeat. The Breakup… Continue reading Book Review: The Breakup Support Group by Cheyanne Young
Guys, very, very excited to bring a new author to you today. And, I won't deny it, there is a part of me even more excited that she is an Irish author. But I swear I am not being biased. This is just a wonderful piece of historical fiction. In a nutshell, December Girl by… Continue reading Book Review: December Girl by Nicola Cassidy
Every so often there comes a book that blows the rest out of the water, a book so unexpectedly good that you wonder how any future books will stand up against it. I didn't think I'd find another book like this before the end of 2017 but boy was I wrong. Forever Yours by C.J.… Continue reading Book Review: Forever Yours by C.J. Welles
Another Christmas post! So excited! In the past, I didn't really read so many Christmas themed books but this year I can't stop. Here is my next review for you - a real (Christmas) cracker! Her Christmas Chance by Rachelle Ayala is based around Bella Tallahan, a woman born with cerebral palsy who has always hidden behind… Continue reading Book Review: Her Christmas Chance (A Christmas Creek Romance, #2) by Rachelle Ayala
Have you read The Law of Attraction by Roxie Cooper yet? No? Oh my! You are missing out. I recently wrote a review of the book and was very touched by the praise Roxie gave it. But, things have gotten even better! I actually had the chance to interview Roxie and discuss all things writing with… Continue reading Interview with Roxie Cooper, Author of The Law of Attraction
"Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling, too..." all the way to my first Christmas post! A Vicarage Christmas (The Holley Sisters of Thornthwaite #1) by Kate Hewitt tells the story of Anna Holley, the third sister of four, who has kept to herself since a family tragedy occurred many years before. For the first time in… Continue reading Book Review: A Vicarage Christmas (The Holley Sisters of Thornthwaite #1) by Kate Hewitt
This is easily one of the most inspiring books you will read this year. Read it to enjoy a well-written book and blissfully pass some time away, but also read it as a helping hand in accepting yourself and daring to dream again.