Book Review – Bella Toscana by Nanette Littlestone #BookBlogger #AmReading

Read this book if you believe in the eternity of the soul and power of love Read this book if you love the flow of the words beating to the strange rhythm of the era past Read this book if you believe in the past lives and strength of the soul Read this book if … Continue reading Book Review – Bella Toscana by Nanette Littlestone #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – Slay Bells by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

A mystery = I am interested A murder mystery = I am invested A murder mystery with clues = I am itching to play the sleuth A murder mystery with clues and a revealing "this is what that happened" = now you are talking my language. And T. C. Wescott did indeed speak my language. … Continue reading Book Review – Slay Bells by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – October Kiss by Kristen Ethridge #BookBlogger #AmReading

Temporarily Yours Nanny becomes Permanently Yours Wife A cute love story, which was originally a Hallmark Channel movie, made its mark on my heart with its warmth. I loved the bubbles of happiness that coursed through me, while reading this book, each popping up to bring in my smile. It was that kinda book. Kristen … Continue reading Book Review – October Kiss by Kristen Ethridge #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Sisters’ Secrets: Rose by Katlyn Duncan @katlyn_duncan #BookBlogger #AmReading

This was one of my most different but wonderful reads. The book was a cacophony of different voices luring me on even when the book was from Rose's POV. There was a hidden song which was being played in the entire book; a lost melody of hidden secrets and past life. The book was the … Continue reading Book Review – The Sisters’ Secrets: Rose by Katlyn Duncan @katlyn_duncan #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Memory by Lucy Dawson #BookBlogger #AmReading

The book was a difficult going to begin with, but thanks to the encouragement of friends, I pulled it back up and got to it. To my amazement, the book bewitched me back into it - zip zap zoom. And I was flying with the pages, I didn't ever want to stop reading it till … Continue reading Book Review – The Memory by Lucy Dawson #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Christmas Wish by Tilly Tennant

I really wanted to like this book, it was part of my Christmas Reads.. I was well armed with the comfy couch, plumped up cushions, cuppa tea, and my ever faithful kindle. Esme was in a strangely addictive, abusive relationship with Warren. She discovered he was a bigamist or rather a polygamist, went to her … Continue reading Book Review – The Christmas Wish by Tilly Tennant

Book Review – The Bicycle Thief and Other Short Stories by Manish Sahu

My review One of the best books that I have read in recent times!! This book is nothing short of brilliant, and the author Manish Sahu is a genius, a master storyteller who can twist and turn the tales, thereby raising the bar higher in every story till the human psyche is revealed, sometimes in … Continue reading Book Review – The Bicycle Thief and Other Short Stories by Manish Sahu

Book Review – Finders, Not Keepers by D. E. Haggerty

My review This was a cute book to read, a combination of chick-lit and cozy, perfect for the Saturday afternoon. The story goes thus, Terri finds a diamond necklace in the attic, she wants to give it to the rightful owners, hence goes in search of them. In due course, she finds herself entrusted with … Continue reading Book Review – Finders, Not Keepers by D. E. Haggerty

Book Review – Pretty Ugly Lies by Pamela Crane

My review If life came with a 'replay' button, would we keep pressing it every time when life felt overwhelming and we knew we would sink soon? This was the question the book left me with. My first book by Author Pamela Crane had me scrambling to keep up the lives of the 4 mums … Continue reading Book Review – Pretty Ugly Lies by Pamela Crane

The Forever Night Stand by Bena Roberts #bookpromo @randomresources

Hey guys!! I am back with Amazing Rachel's blog tour for Forever Night Stand by Bena Roberts Book blurb A two hour romance which starts with drama and mayhem! Sara has her back up against the wall. She is recovering from the side effects of chemotherapy and at her own "cancer free" party, she makes … Continue reading The Forever Night Stand by Bena Roberts #bookpromo @randomresources

Production Values by Liv Bartlet #bookexcerpt @randomresources

Hey all!! I am part of fabulous Rachel's team for the blog tour for Production Values by Liv Bartlet Intro One of Monkey & Me’s new TV ventures has hit the skids. The other, Void, is premiering with great expectations, while tension grows between Kat and Bea. Excerpt Void premiered on a Saturday in a … Continue reading Production Values by Liv Bartlet #bookexcerpt @randomresources

The Runaway Wife by Dee MacDonald

My review What a beautiful adventurous book on self-discovery and finding inner happiness. I loved it from start to finish!! A 66 year old woman Connie, suddenly realizes that she has been taken for granted by her husband and family and just decides to leave it all and run away. She packs her green car … Continue reading The Runaway Wife by Dee MacDonald

Like Cats and Dogs by Alexis Stanton

My review Who can resist true love and everything that comes stringed along with it, from the beautiful strains of Vivaldi to the hip hop peppy beats of Rihanna. The love can travel along the rhythms of music to flow along the rhythms of the hearts, binding them together, forever. Aah... That's the power of … Continue reading Like Cats and Dogs by Alexis Stanton

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

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 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

Somebody’s Daughter by Rochelle B. Weinstein

My review Internet - a technology which joins the world together, today has a devil sitting on the shoulder tempting all if us — the social media. And people forget that once on the net, always on the net. Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube all help if used judiciously, but with one mistake it can … Continue reading Somebody’s Daughter by Rochelle B. Weinstein

Stand by Me by S. D. Robertson

My review I like books which have friendship, love, family, children. Then throw in a little magic, a little miracle, and it should make the book complete. Stand by me started well, with childhood best friend, Elliot, making his appearance in Lisa's life after 20 years when she is struggling with marriage and children. He … Continue reading Stand by Me by S. D. Robertson

Lucy’s Little Village Book Club by Emma Davies

My review If you're really lucky, love grows out of a friendship, that you never want to lose, it brings colour and meaning to everything you do. Far from changing you, love takes the person that you already were and makes it into a better version of you... A direct quote from the book.  Oh, … Continue reading Lucy’s Little Village Book Club by Emma Davies

Homecoming in Christmas Falls by Ciara Knight

My review 7 friends + high school + pranks + one leaves suddenly without goodbye = 8 years of no connection. Till the energy of the group, Ashley comes back to the town of Christmas Falls and sees the businesses dying out and their community centre shut off. Then begins the plan of recapturing the old magic of Christmas Falls...  The author, Ciara Knight, has written … Continue reading Homecoming in Christmas Falls by Ciara Knight

Curves, Kisses and Chocolate Ice Cream by Sue Watson

My review We eat either to escape some emotional trauma or to fill an emotional need, and that's why it is known as comfort food. And this comfort food is almost always something delicious, something ridiculously fattening, and something which fills the mouth with bursts of flavor and hips with a bigger arse. That is … Continue reading Curves, Kisses and Chocolate Ice Cream by Sue Watson