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

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Book Review – In Numina by Assaph Mehr

My review Welcome to Egretia, a fantastical land created by the imagination of author Assaph Mehr, based on his love for all things which bespoke of ancient Rome including the Asterix comics. His love and his passion for Rome was so evident in the prose that he could show me the harsh and vivid tapestry … Continue reading Book Review – In Numina by Assaph Mehr

Book Review – The Cottage on Sunshine Beach by Holly Martin

My review This was a feel good, warm romantic book where there was minimal angst and no major twists. My second book by Holly Martin, showed me how easy love was, both falling and being. It showed the parts where life was beautiful and loving, sunshine and flowers, spring and blossoms in their lives. This … Continue reading Book Review – The Cottage on Sunshine Beach by Holly Martin

Book Review – Our Little Lies by Sue Watson

My review I am going to be standing alone when I post this review. But since this is my journey into the book, I have to write my honest views. I didn't like the book for the reasons below, and I am going to try to attach proof to my statements. As repeatedly done in … Continue reading Book Review – Our Little Lies by Sue Watson

Book Review – Loved by Death by Felicia Huffman

My review The beginning of the book started with a bang, with Ashley Black in her FBI office dealing with the rogue supernaturals. Till she finds her best friend Liz having a slight unwanted attention problem with her boss, Charles. And story moves on with trying to find the real identity of Charles and the … Continue reading Book Review – Loved by Death by Felicia Huffman

Book Review – Tear Me Apart by J. T. Ellison

My review What a heck of a thrilling ride!! This book threw out for a loop, lassoed me back, and then kept me stuck to it till I reached The End and the Acknowledgements. My first book by Author J. T. Ellison, and the author has surpassed my wildest dreams. Reading the blurb, I thought … Continue reading Book Review – Tear Me Apart by J. T. Ellison

Book Review – Jessica’s Promise by Jill Childs

My review 4 main characters all disjointed, all broken, some getting broken everyday, some breaking others. 2 adults: mother Teresa, neighbor/childminder Angie 2 children: Teresa's daughter Jessica, her step-daughter Fran. They are bound in secrets, they are cloaked in secrets. They want secrets hidden, they want secrets deleted. But life shows them a drastic truth, … Continue reading Book Review – Jessica’s Promise by Jill Childs

Review – In Servitude by Heleen Kist @hkist

I am the last stop in the Blog Tour organised by my company Digital Reads Blog Tours. And author Heleen Kist has been a delight to be with throughout this journey. I was the first to read her book in its origins. And nothing makes me happier to see Heleen's name shining bright in the … Continue reading Review – In Servitude by Heleen Kist @hkist

Book Review – The Wife Before Me by Laura Elliot

My review I hate when a man uses his fists to win an argument. I hate when a man manipulates the woman to believe that she deserves it I hate when a man likes getting his way around, undermining a woman's confidence. And I hate when a man uses the woman's bank balance as his … Continue reading Book Review – The Wife Before Me by Laura Elliot

Book Review – Daisy’s Vintage Cornish Camper Van by Ali McNamara

My review This book made me realize what had been missing from my life - magic!! And there were just heaps of it, making me believe in the beauty of rainbow all over again. Ana inherits her best friend Daisy's camper van and decides to drive it back home from St. Felix to London. But … Continue reading Book Review – Daisy’s Vintage Cornish Camper Van by Ali McNamara

Review – Faithless by Laura Legend

My review This book had everything I like in a main character : kickass heroine who has power and magic, who knows martial arts, and my personal favorite one who can fight with a katana, knife, and a sword. A debut by Laura Legend had everything I like in a team with Cass, Richard, Zach, … Continue reading Review – Faithless by Laura Legend

Review – The Last Valkyrie by Kareena Espinosa

My review I love a kickass heroine, I love one more if she has a killer sword. And Raven is both, she is the last Valkyrie, shut off forever from the Valhalla. This is my first book by the author Kareena Espinosa, and she did take me on a sweet ride down the pages. I … Continue reading Review – The Last Valkyrie by Kareena Espinosa

Review – Keep You Safe by Rona Halsall

My review I needed a fast moving book which would get over in a couple of hours. And this book fit the bill. The pages turned so rapidly that I was astonished The story was routine for a thriller, a mother searching for her child. This had a slightly different delivery. The husband Tom didn't … Continue reading Review – Keep You Safe by Rona Halsall

Review – Golden Skies by Juan Zapata @ZapataThe1

There was once a visionary on the planet of Certamen He stood tall and brave, the highest amongst men A lone warrior who went through the fires of hell Malik was he, the king, for whom tolls the bell The brightest star, Eliza beautiful and passionate More than sister, she was a fierce fighter yet … Continue reading Review – Golden Skies by Juan Zapata @ZapataThe1

Review – The Unexpected Inlander by Kellyn Thompson

My review I like sci-fi, and I like old fashioned romance. I like the amalgamation of the two. The story by author Kellyn Thompson is futuristic, 40 years after 'The War' when the world has 3 sectors under 12 Presidents, and Mexico is separate and independent. The people are offered genetic manipulation to eradicate diseases, … Continue reading Review – The Unexpected Inlander by Kellyn Thompson