Book Review – Blueberry Pancakes by Anton Lee Richards @antonleerichard#BookReview #BookBlogger #AmReading

The first thing that came to my mind after reading this book was - Aww, a sweet fun read. The story was simple, the book talked about the trials and tribulations of a gay songwriter Duncan in his dating life and his career. An IT professional by day and a songwriter all the time, especially … Continue reading Book Review – Blueberry Pancakes by Anton Lee Richards @antonleerichard#BookReview #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – All in by Shelley Shepard Gray #BookReview #BookBlogger #AmReading

A cute love story between a Pilates studio owner Meredith and a single father Ace who repaired classic cars. My first book by Shelley Shepard Gray, the story had me identifying with both the characters as they were both closed off in the beginning and slowly opened up when the pages turned. Love happened between … Continue reading Book Review – All in by Shelley Shepard Gray #BookReview #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Secret Ingredient by Nancy Naigle #BookReview #BookBlogger #AmReading

If you ever want to read a book which can make you crave a CAKE - it is this book. It made want to stuff my face with it, and I am not even a cake lover. The story was a second chance romance between Andrew and Kelly, high school sweethearts who planned to marry … Continue reading Book Review – The Secret Ingredient by Nancy Naigle #BookReview #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – An Eternity in a Moment by K. Carothers #BookBlogger #AmReading

You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment —Thoreau With lines as significant as these, I knew there was only one word to describe this book - BEAUTIFUL!! The book had it all. Erin an ER physician in Boston returned home to New Dublin to be … Continue reading Book Review – An Eternity in a Moment by K. Carothers #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Perfect Picture of Us by Rachelle Paige Campbell

I love me a good love story, and this one pulled my heart strings at the concept of a second chance love. Leo and Jessica were in law school, in fact study partners for a year, till Jessica disappeared and Leo lost touch. Years later, Jessica had a lifestyle blog, she was a brand on … Continue reading Book Review – The Perfect Picture of Us by Rachelle Paige Campbell

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 – The Four Psychos by Kristy Cunning #BookBlogger #AmReading

This new year, bright shiny and cold with a resolution of trying new things, I scrolled down the blogs till a tiny sweet bird chirped out about a mutual Christopher Paolini attraction, and then said - Try this!! I was taken aback but the adventurous soul in me said - why not... So thanks to … Continue reading Book Review – The Four Psychos by Kristy Cunning #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

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

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

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

Imperfect justice by Cara Putman 

My review This book made me think, it didn't make me think about the story, but about the underlying reason for this story to be born. It's a romantic suspense with a bit of legal framework. But the basic plot rests on domestic violence, a violence that sometimes is obvious but most other times, it's … Continue reading Imperfect justice by Cara Putman 

The View from Rainshadow Bay by Colleen Coble

My review  The story is a gentle whodunit, a romantic suspense. Shauna McDade, a widow, with her son Alex, is trying to make a living by flying passengers on her helicopter, to and fro between Vancouver and her town Lavender Tides. A year ago, her husband died in a climbing race with his best friend, … Continue reading The View from Rainshadow Bay by Colleen Coble

Since You’ve Been Gone by Anna Mansell 

My review  A story written beautifully in 3 parts depicting life in its entirety, with tragedy, grief, secrets, inner strength and ability to move on  Part 1 : Jan 2012 : introduction to the two main characters Ed and Rachel  Ellie and Ed Moran with newborn Oli live a happy life till Ellie dies in … Continue reading Since You’ve Been Gone by Anna Mansell 

The Last Piece Of My Heart by Paige Toon

My review The problem with giving your heart away to someone is that you never get it back. Long after you've fallen out of love with them, they still own a little piece of you.... These lines resonated so deep within me that it almost felt as if author Paige Toon is describing my story. … Continue reading The Last Piece Of My Heart by Paige Toon