Spring is underway but we aren't out of the woods yet. Dark, rainy days are still on the horizon. Many of us wish we could jet off to a Carribean island and escape it all. Good news - you can. And for very little money, too. Just the cost of a book, in fact. Blurb … Continue reading Book Review: Island in the Sun by Janice Horton
Are you fed up of being sensible? Being a good girl? Well then, I have the book review for you. Just one word of caution: the crazy life is not all it's cracked up to be. Blurb Sensible by Daisy Burton brings up back to 1995 and 27-year-old Jessie Monroe. Jessie is newly separated and … Continue reading Book Review: Sensible by Daisy Burton
This is another one of my "read in twenty-four hours" books. You know what that means - this is a pretty damn good book. Sweet Hollow Women by Holly Tierney-Bedord introduces us to fifteen-year-old Carasine Busey who is devastated but not surprised when her family drops everything in Sweet Hollow, Louisiana to follow her dad’s … Continue reading Book Review: Sweet Hollow Women by Holly Tierney-Bedord
Many of us often speak about "finding ourselves" but somehow don't have the motivation to actually do so. If you are one of those people check out this book. It will give you the nudge that you need. Finding Jess by Julia Ibbotson focuses on a new period of Jess's life, after her husband Simon … Continue reading Book Review: Finding Jess by Julia Ibbotson
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.
You know, I haven't read some good chick-lit in a while. I get sent many books to review but rarely in this genre, and the books I purchase myself all seem to be of a thriller/mystery nature. So, to receive a copy of The Law of Attraction by Roxie Cooper was a breath of fresh air.