Tag: Renee


REVIEW: In a Bookclub Far Away  by Tif Marcelo
5th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: In a Bookclub Far Away by Tif Marcelo

In a Bookclub Far Away by Tif Marcelo: Through exploring the lives and struggles of military spouses and their ‘everything’s temporary’ existence, In a Book Club Far Away sets out to highlight the comfort shared and friendships built for those abandoned to deployment missions.

REVIEW: Hot Copy by Ruby Barrett
25th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Hot Copy by Ruby Barrett

Hot Copy by Ruby Barrett: A few months after his mother’s passing, Wesley Chambers begins the internship he was awarded two years prior but couldn’t accept given his priority became caring for his mother as she deteriorated from ovarian cancer. At the time, he was set to begin with Richard, the CEO […]

REVIEW: My Ride or Die by Leslie Cohen
23rd Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: My Ride or Die by Leslie Cohen

My Ride or Die by Leslie Cohen: In true ‘left him at the alter’ type fashion, Sophie Warren realises that marrying Abe may not be the key to her happily ever after and with her best friend Amanda’s support, she comes to the conclusion that long term commitment to any man […]

REVIEW: The Truth and Other Hidden Things by Lea Geller
17th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Truth and Other Hidden Things by Lea Geller

The Truth and Other Hidden Things by Lea Geller: An effective satire is always one that exposes the truth and full credit goes to Geller who manipulated a variety of comic devices to reveal the horrifically lonely and judgemental job that has become 21st Century motherhood – particularly if pregnancy occurs […]

REVIEW: Anywhere for You by Abbie Greaves
13th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Anywhere for You by Abbie Greaves

Anywhere for You by Abbie Greaves: With a strong moral purpose and a backbone crafted on the personal strength it takes to move on, Anywhere for You is a slow burn read that tackles mental health, masculinity, and the loss of identity that occurs for the supporting and loyal others who […]

REVIEW: The Good, the Bad and the Dumped by Jenny Colgan
10th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Good, the Bad and the Dumped by Jenny Colgan

The Good, the Bad and the Dumped by Jenny Colgan In trying to get her head around her significant under-reaction to her own engagement proposal, Posy launches into a version of natural therapy of sorts, trying to uncover why she isn’t over the moon about getting married to Matt, by reaching […]

REVIEW: Maybe One Day by Debbie Johnson
9th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Maybe One Day by Debbie Johnson

Maybe One Day by Debbie Johnson: On the day of her mother’s funeral, the life Jess has been living literally begins to unravel. And interestingly enough, it isn’t her mother’s passing that shifts her in orbit, but rather the discovery of a betrayal so significant that she has no option but […]

REVIEW: Meet Me in Paradise by Libby Hubscher
22nd Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Meet Me in Paradise by Libby Hubscher

Meet Me in Paradise by Libby Hubscher: If fantasizing about future paradise travel destinations is one of those things that have helped you get through these past 12 months, then this is definitely the book for you. And then layer on a neat mixture of earthy warmth, unbreakable sister bonds, and […]

REVIEW: For All She Knows by Jamie Beck
17th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: For All She Knows by Jamie Beck

For All She Knows by Jamie Beck: As both a stand alone and as the third book in the Potomac Point series, For All She knows presents an evolving moral dilemma that will squeeze any beating heart, and successfully highlight the very fine line between seeking justice and wanting revenge. As […]