Classic romance lovers who enjoy a good dollop of spice will love Losing Control by Rachael Stewart. The moody and tumultuous beginning set as an inner monologue from Cain, our central male protagonist (and antogonist), established the historical why’s and what for’s fairly dramatically.
Reunited with her Hot Shot Surgeon by Amy Ruttan: As the title suggests, Dr Pearl Henderson, having fled San Fransisco five years earlier after not dealing with a painful miscarriage, re-unites with Dr Calum Monroe, expert in his field, and notably, winner of a prestigious Science award (mentioned 22 times).
Dating Makes Perfect by Pintip Dunn: Completely reminiscent of by-gone days wherein family values and respect for parents sat as a cornerstone to the fabric of society, Dating Makes Perfect is a delightfully sweet read that will engage any fan of the Romance genre.
Expectation by Anna Hope: Life in all its messy glory, is explored beautifully in Expectation by Anna Hope. This thoroughly well written novel is utterly and entirely about women and woman hood, friendship and sister-hood, and invariably becoming someone different or even more than what you expect.
Nightfall by Penelope Douglas: Douglas’s long awaited Devil’s Night Series finale, Nightfall, pumps with a kind of underground cult-type heart beat, that lives on the very visceral edge of Magical Realism from start to finish. From the onset, complex battle lines of love and abuse are drawn, and quite flawlessly, […]
Happily Whatever After by Stewart Lewis: If you are looking for some nifty ideas to reconnect with the world after some life down-turns, Happily Whatever After could be the inspiration needed. With the central premise focusing on a woman trying to figure it out thirties-style, who just kinda likes dogs, we […]
Older by Pamela Redmond is the fabulous sequel to Younger, wherein Liza, having left her younger man and isolated herself for 2 years, is ready to rejoin civilisation, see her granddaughter get born and carve out a new reality for herself as she approaches her half century milestone.
Take a Hint Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert: Quite simply, there is buckets to love in this little snuggle. And perhaps more intriguing, is the deep paradox crafted in Danika; an incredibly intelligent woman, who literally writes and teaches about gender and race representation in literary and historical texts, yet […]
Happy & You Know it by Laura Hankin: If you feel like clapping your hands because you have somehow managed to navigate the soul-destroying mother-guilt paradigm that has emerged full swing, then Laura Hankin’s book is for you. Likewise, if you haven’t managed to escape unscathed, you will find some frightening […]
If you are a die hard happily ever after fan who shy’s away from darkness and the sublime, then Under an Alaskan Sky by Jennifer Snow will smother you in a warm onesie and plop you in the middle of romance heaven.