Showing posts from January, 2021

Cover Reveal!!

 I'm so excited to share with you the beautiful cover for Olivia Spring's new book, When's the Wedding? This highly anticipated sequel to Only When It's Love , will be available on 25March2021. Don't worry if you have not read Only When It's Love  as you have about two months before publication date or if your TBR pile is too big (as mine may be!), it can be read as a standalone book. A little bit about the book -  She’s found the perfect man. Will she get her perfect proposal? Dog hotel marketing manager Alex has always dreamed of having a fairy-tale proposal: the glorious sunset, iconic backdrop and rose petals – the whole shebang. She’s found her Mr Right, and life with sexy paediatrician Miles is wonderful, except for one thing. Despite saying that he’s ready for marriage, Miles seems no closer to putting a ring on it. After a romantic getaway to Paris ends in more disappointment and Alex receives news that sends her world into a spin, she decides that her d

No More Words by Kerry Lonsdale

I was lucky to receive an advanced copy of this amazing book in exchange for my honest opinion. I have been a fan of Kerry Lonsdale for many years so I was thrilled to read this book before it is published on 6July2021. This is the first in a three part series about a family with troubles in their past that left them a broken family. Even today they struggle with secrets. The siblings, Olivia, Lily, and Lucas were a trio growing up. Olivia always protected Lily from their father, who never treated her well. Then Lilly runs away from home after telling her parents she is pregnant and is still missing. Then Josh, her son, appears on Olivia’s doorstep. Olivia immediately wants to find Lily. Josh knows what happened but has trouble talking. The pair set off on a journey to find Lily that will uncover more family secrets. The title could not be more perfect for this book. It represents Josh and his trouble speaking and how he has to come up with different ways to communicate. It also repres

In a Book Club Far Away by Tif Marcelo

In a Book Club Far Away, Tif Marcelo brings her amazing ability to help characters heal to make a wonderful book. Three military spouses met at a book club near the time their husbands deployed. Fast forward 10 years and the two of the three do not talk with each other. The third woman tries to bring her friends back together. I loved that this book was told from the present and also 10 years in the past to provide the background for the story and the event that broke the friends up. The timing of the back and forth was perfect to tell the story. I related on some level with each character. The woman are very different, coming from different backgrounds and having different personalities. I couldn’t fully relate to some of the experiences they had gone through, for example I am not a military spouse but have family in the military. I loved reading about about their lives. I also loved how each chapter started with a book from the quote the book club would read in that chapter. I found