Review – The First Year

The First Year by Genevieve Gannon My Review: I absolutely loved this book and the whole concept of the book. It started off with a bit of humor with a pact that the newly married couple comes up with to make the first year of marriage easier. People always say the first year is the hardest,…

April Reading

I sound like a broken record each other when I tell you how incredulous I am that another month of 2017 has passed us by. We’re now officially a third of the way into the year and it still feels like the year just began! Today I’m sharing the books I read during April. Some…

February Reading

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I can’t believe we’re already half-way through March and I’m only just now recapping February! Today I’m sharing a round-up of the books I read during February. Scroll on to find out which one was my favorite. You can also click the images below to read my reviews for each.      …

Review – Criminal Confections

Criminal Confections by Colette London Published: January 2015 Book Blurb: Hayden Mundy Moore is an expert on everything chocolate, helping clients develop new products and revamp recipes until they’re irresistible. But sometimes, a dash of murder finds its way into the mix. . . Hayden Mundy Moore has bushwhacked through African jungles and haggled in exotic…

Review – Lizzie’s Christmas Escape

Lizzie’s Christmas Escape by Christie Barlow Published: October 2016 Book Blurb: Every Christmas Lizzie promises herself that things will change and she will leap into the new year a new woman. And yet here she is again, at the beginning of December and nothing is different. Her girls have grown up and left home, her husband…

Review – Getting Over Gary

Getting Over Gary by Jessica Redland Published: March 2016 Book Blurb: It was supposed to be the perfect fairy-tale. Elise married her childhood sweetheart, Gary, straight out of college, and they’ve been happy together for over twelve years. Elise is now desperate to start a family, but Gary doesn’t seem to share her enthusiasm anymore. Arriving…