BookClub Reads: The Honeymoon

Plot: Set in London and Venice at the end of the twentieth century, The Honeymoon follows a young man’s journey into his own past and the strange events that caused his life to unravel. American-born Gordon Garraty spent much of his childhood traveling through the capitals of Europe with his eccentric mother Maureen. As MaureenContinue reading “BookClub Reads: The Honeymoon”

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Book Review: Where The Light Gets In

Plot: It was Betty, defiant to the end, who sent Lorna back to Longhampton. If Lorna’s learned one thing from Betty it’s that courage is something you paint on like red lipstick, even when you’re panicking inside. And right now, with the keys to the town’s gallery in her hand, Lorna feels about as courageousContinue reading “Book Review: Where The Light Gets In”

Book Review: Unexpected Lessons In Love

Plot: Jeannie always wanted to fall in love, and now she’s finally got the whirlwind romance she dreamed of. Dan’s gorgeous, he’s a successful young vet, and he flew her to New York and proposed on Brooklyn Bridge. Jeannie has to remind herself this is actually her life. It seems too perfect, too magical, toContinue reading “Book Review: Unexpected Lessons In Love”

ARC Book Review: The Broken Canvas: Good Woman Gone Bad

Plot: Natasha Bishop has come a long way from painting pictures of landscapes in her Caribbean homeland to being a successful Hollywood Screen writer. Fame and popularity however do not fit the mold of the life that Natasha yearns for and though she finds solace and sincerity with her swooning younger boyfriend Andrew Kingston, sheContinue reading “ARC Book Review: The Broken Canvas: Good Woman Gone Bad”

Book Review: Riders

Plot: Set against the glorious Cotswold countryside and the playgrounds of the world, Jilly Cooper’s Rutshire Chronicles, Riders, Rivals, Polo, The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous, Appassionata and Score!, offer an intoxicating blend of skulduggery, swooning romance, sexual adventure and hilarious high jinks. Riders, the first and steamiest in the series, takes the lid offContinue reading “Book Review: Riders”

Book Review: Five Years From Now

Plot: What if you met the right person at the wrong time? Nell and Van meet as children when their parents fall in love, but soon they are forced worlds apart. Five years later, they find each other.  Their bond is rekindled and new feelings take hold, but once again they must separate. For the next two decades, fate bringsContinue reading “Book Review: Five Years From Now”

ARC Book Review: Welcome to New York

Plot: Harry has a secret. He led a well-planned life and knew exactly what he wanted. Until… Something chased him away from his hometown in England. He arrives in New York wishing to erase his past, eager for a fresh start. A new life. Everybody here was someone else before. Alana has a secret. SheContinue reading “ARC Book Review: Welcome to New York”

BookClub Reads: The Little Book Cafe

Plot: Tash, Emma and Amy couldn’t be more different.A successful estate agent who has her life pretty much on track, Tash has ticked all the boxes. Hasn’t she? Emma is a budding writer who yearns to flex her writing skills and shake up her life that has become, well, a little stale… And then there’sContinue reading “BookClub Reads: The Little Book Cafe”

Book Review: Whisper Network

Plot: Four women learn their boss (a man who’s always been surrounded by rumors about how he treats women) is next in line to be CEO—what will happen when they decide enough is enough? Sloane, Ardie, Grace, and Rosalita are four women who have worked at Truviv, Inc., for years. The sudden death of Truviv’sContinue reading “Book Review: Whisper Network”

Book Review: Saturday

Plot: Henry Perowne is a contented man — a successful neurosurgeon, happily married to a newspaper lawyer, and enjoying good relations with his children. Henry wakes to the comfort of his large home in central London on this, his day off. He is as at ease here as he is in the operating room. OutsideContinue reading “Book Review: Saturday”

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