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
I want to start today's review a little differently by giving a big shout out to Neverland Book Tours and the wonderful Jenny who runs the show. Through Jenny, I've had the opportunity to read so many great books - and I hope it doesn't stop here! Righteo, The Duke's Temptation by Raven McAllan is what I've been up… Continue reading Book Review: The Duke’s Temptation by Raven McAllan
It's Halloween month! My favourite time of the year after Christmas. Do you know what makes this Halloween more special? I actually have a book review which ties into the theme! The White Raven by Carrie D. Miller takes place during the thirteenth life of witch Aven who has recently settled in Salem. Aven is… Continue reading Book Review: The White Raven by Carrie D. Miller
"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
After reading Shantaram, I became more intrigued with Indian culture and way of life. Still, I wasn't so fast in picking up another book from which I could learn more. Then I was offered the chance to review The Last Suttee and, boy did it provide me with new information about the country. The Last… Continue reading Book Review: The Last Suttee by Madhu Bazaz Wangu
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.
Always With You by Hannah Ellis unravels a lifelong secret which Evelyn has kept from her daughter Libby. When Evelyn dies, grief-stricken Libby decides to travel to the Australian outback her mother spent a year in and find the father she never knew.