The Visitor by K. L. Slater

My review According to merriam-webster's definition of a THRILLER one that thrills, especially a work of fiction designed to hold the interest, by the use of high degree of intrigue, suspense, or adventure I will go one step further, merriam-webster defines PSYCHOLOGICAL as directed toward the will or toward the mind specifically in its conative … Continue reading The Visitor by K. L. Slater

The Little Perfume Shop off the Champs Elysees by Rebecca Raisin

My review The story is about two people finding their way back to magic, the magic of perfume making, their love for the ingredients and their confidence. Believe in yourself and love what you do is the theme which underruns this story. Del enters a perfume making contest held by the Leclere Parfumerie and if … Continue reading The Little Perfume Shop off the Champs Elysees by Rebecca Raisin

Impromptu poem on the behest of James J. Cudney, IV @jamescudney4

I was asked to write a poem/story based on the emoji that described me, I chose these 💜⏰🔥📚🚘🌘 Jay, I hope you like the words. (I forgot about them and had to write in 10 min) Once upon a time, in far, far lands 2 friends with oceans separating their sands Listen well, all ye … Continue reading Impromptu poem on the behest of James J. Cudney, IV @jamescudney4

Spring on the Little Cornish Isles by Phillipa Ashley

My review The story goes thus, Will and Jess manage the flower farm, now that their mother Anne takes a backseat. Enter Gaby, with a PhD degree, as a seasonal flower picker. Sparks of attraction and romance begin to fly between Will and her. Meanwhile Jess's boyfriend Adam has left the island suddenly without warning, … Continue reading Spring on the Little Cornish Isles by Phillipa Ashley

The Memories of Us by Vanessa Carnevale

My review Retrograde Amnesia a very difficult topic to write on, and to write it with sensitivity in a fictional tale, takes an amazing balance to make it both poignant and entertaining. My first book by Vanessa Carnevale, and man, if this is the way she writes all her books, I am her forever fan. … Continue reading The Memories of Us by Vanessa Carnevale

The Little Wedding Island by Jamie Admans

My review Opposites attract and no truer words have been said than these for our main characters Bonnie and Rohan. Bonnie believes in forever love and marriage (obsessed with weddings, has already paid a deposit on a wedding dress with no groom in sight, she is a bit over-the-top, almost naive about love), and Rohan … Continue reading The Little Wedding Island by Jamie Admans

The Little Cottage on the Hill by Emma Davies

My review I always read an Emma Davies novel, when life is difficult or when I lose my mojo for reading. And her books always make me find the rainbow in the dark clouds. Every book of hers is saved for those special times. And thus I began reading this book... And lo and behold, … Continue reading The Little Cottage on the Hill by Emma Davies

The Café at Seashell Cove by Karen Clarke

My review Cassandra comes home, after being fired from her event management job in London, back to Seashell Cove and finds everything changed. The Cafe has modernized, her brother Rob has left the band to become a teacher, her best friends are back home and working at/near the Cafe, an old crush Danny is everywhere … Continue reading The Café at Seashell Cove by Karen Clarke

The Undercover Mother by Emma Robinson

My review This is the story of a naive woman on the verge of giving birth in 5 weeks who thinks life would remain pretty much the same, after the baby arrives. Uh-huh!! And boy, is she proved wrong!! Jenny who writes a column on Single Woman About Town suddenly finds herself writing a blog … Continue reading The Undercover Mother by Emma Robinson

The Child Next Door by Shalini Boland

My review Having read other books by this author, this book falls short of my expectations. The story goes thus, Kirstie, a new mother with a 6 month old daughter, hears voices on the baby monitor — Let's take the child and go. Thinking it to be someone kidnapping her child, she rushes in and … Continue reading The Child Next Door by Shalini Boland