Today I’m excited to share my review on the latest book by Lynda Page ‘All the Fun of the Fair’ in addition to sharing an exclusive guest post written by the author herself!
I was so excited when I heard about Kathryn’s new novel ‘Queen of Hearts’ because it continues the story she began with Made for Me. This new novel can be read without having read the previous one, but this book’s focus is on one of the characters from that novel, so I would recommend grabbing […]
I’m excited to be part of the blog tour for Kate Armitage’s new novel ‘The Wrong Side of Twenty-Five’ through Aimee Brown’s book tours. I was originally scheduled to share my review next week on Wednesday the 3rd, but the tour and author were kind enough to let me share my review here today. I’ve […]
I received an Advanced Review Copy of this novel ages ago and finally got around to reading it last month. I’m sorry I waited so long to read it as it was an interesting story. Enjoy the review <3 Girl With Class by Karin Gillespie My Review: I enjoyed this novel from the writing, to […]
The Story of Arthur Truluv is the first novel I’ve had the opportunity to read a book from NetGalley written by Elizabeth Berg. I haven’t read a book by Berg in years, but she’s written a couple of wonderful novels that truly resonated with me when I was younger. When I saw that she had […]
Yesterday I received a wonderful and exciting package in the mail. My print copy signed by author Tess Woods has finally arrived! [It’s amazing how long things can take to ship from all the way over in Australia here to California!] It was completely worth the wait and it now sits next to her first […]
I read First Comes Love by Emily Giffin a while back and completely forgot to write and share a review. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the novel. First Comes Love by Emily Giffin My Review: The story begins with a wonderful man having an untimely death. He was someone that truly understood the important […]
The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green My Review: This novel is a prime example of the old saying that you can’t judge a book by it’s cover. The Sunshine Sisters is not a summery beach read as the cover might lead you to believe, but rather it’s about a dying woman named Ronni Sunshine and […]