The Story Of Our Lives by Helen Warner

My review A story of 4 friends, a story of friendship and family, a story haunted by secrets, a story of betrayal, a story of forgiveness, a story of reaffirmation of deep bonds This book follows the lives of 4 women, best friends since college, the hills and valleys of their lives, their happiness and … Continue reading The Story Of Our Lives by Helen Warner

The Wedding That Changed Everything by Jennifer Joyce

My review Being down with the flu, I wanted to read an extremely light feel good book, but I had a condition, the main character should not a dumb, simpering teenagery character. And I am glad to say that this book ticks all my boxes. Alice and Emily, BFF, share a home, when Alice's wicked … Continue reading The Wedding That Changed Everything by Jennifer Joyce

Welcome to Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne

My review With a cover like this and a title with wishing in it, do you even wonder why I read this book on a cool wintery December morning? And this book is everything which is needed to bring the warmth. Sitting in my reading nook, in a comfy armchair with tea and toast, here … Continue reading Welcome to Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne

At Wave’s End by Patricia Perry Donovan

My review A must-read book on mother daughter relationship. Faith is exasperated with her mother's naivety and innocent mind when she gets duped by scammers. But the latest was when she supposedly wins a bed-and-breakfast inn, Mermaid's Purse which is nothing like the picture depicted. Faith is at wit's end with this Mermaid's Purse at Wave's End. … Continue reading At Wave’s End by Patricia Perry Donovan