Sisterly love is a great thing. You may spend most of your younger years arguing with and resenting your sister but eventually, you grow to be the best of friends. Through the years you are taught to always be there for your sister. But what happens when one day it becomes too much? Just the … Continue reading Book Review: Just the Two of Us by Michelle Scott
Do any of you remember my review of A Vicarage Christmas back in October last year? It was a charming story set around the Holley family who lived at the vicarage, particularly the personal story of Anna Holley. Well, I'm back with another instalment of this series where we get to know Holley sister Rachel … Continue reading Book Review: A Vicarage Wedding by Kate Hewitt
There are books in this world that give you a warm feeling inside. Opening these books are like meeting with an old friend, one who is happy to relax on the sofa, next to an open fire while having a good ol' natter. This is one of those books. The Cottage at Hope Cove by Hannah … Continue reading Book Review: The Cottage at Hope Cove by Hannah Ellis
Do you know what is a proud moment as a book blogger? When somebody comes back to you to review the next book in their series. It gives me a sense of accomplishment and that I did their hard work justice with my review. Today I am going to present to you the follow up … Continue reading Book Review: Valentina by Cristina Hodgson
Do you know what every summer needs? A bit of romance. In the form of a book, of course. I have an absolutely great recommendation for you today, one that will melt your heart. That Summer in Puglia by Valeria Vescina is narrated by Tomasso who has been located by a private investigator thirty years … Continue reading Book Review: That Summer in Puglia by Valeria Vescina
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
"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
we feel for and we route for Nick and Harper and we eventually learn that The Heart of the Hydra is more about acceptance than it is about romance. And we learn this, feeling every emotion along the way, by reading the wonderfully descriptive language of the author.