Book Review: Great Sexpectation by Kristin Bailey

This is one of my highly anticipated reads of the year because the author is one of my favorite Rom-Com authors of all time. The story follows Josie who after being dumped by her boyfriend is not keen on getting into any relationship. However, she meets Cameron at a party and as they instantly click, … Continue reading Book Review: Great Sexpectation by Kristin Bailey

Book Review: A Good Name by Yejide Kilanko

This is the second book I have read by this author and I was curious to see what she would do with this one. I received a copy of this book from Bookville Port Harcourt as I will be moderating a book conversation session as part of the Bookville August Book Fair. This story follows … Continue reading Book Review: A Good Name by Yejide Kilanko

Book Review: I, Eric Ngalle by Eric Ngalle Charles

I received a copy of this book from Bookville Bookstore Port Harcourt, Nigeria as one of the books we will be discussing at the book conversation session for the Bookville August Fair scheduled to hold on Monday, August 8, 2022. I will be moderating the session featuring this book and another book as well. Thank … Continue reading Book Review: I, Eric Ngalle by Eric Ngalle Charles

Book Review: Dark Tides (The Fairmile Bk2) by Philippa Gregory

I have had this book on my TBR since it was released in 2020. After I read the first book in this series, although I was curious to know what would become of the characters, I wasn't also too eager about it because I felt that it may be something really dark and I haven't … Continue reading Book Review: Dark Tides (The Fairmile Bk2) by Philippa Gregory

Book Review: Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

This is one of my "Bookstagram Made Me Do It" books due to so many great reviews and recommendations. What really drew me into reading this book was it's promise to make me 'laugh out loud'. The author is new to me and understandably so because this is her debut novel. This story carries several … Continue reading Book Review: Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

Book Review: Meridon by Philippa Gregory

This is the third and last book in the 'Wideacre' series and I am so glad I have followed this series to the end. These books continue to remind me why I love historical fiction so much. This story follows Meridon, the daughter of Julia Lacey whom she gave away to Gypsies at the end … Continue reading Book Review: Meridon by Philippa Gregory

Book Review: Of Love & Bruises by Blessing Douglas

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Blessing Douglas. 'Of Love and Bruises' is the coming of age story of a young girl Belema, who is initially raised by her grand-parents but eventually moves on to live with her father in the city at … Continue reading Book Review: Of Love & Bruises by Blessing Douglas

Book Review: God, Michael and Me by Rosemary Okafor

I have read a couple of books by this author and I loved reading them both. Therefore, I was super excited to get into reading this one especially when I discovered it was a Christian romance story. 'God, Michael and Me' is a love story that features Martha, a 39 year old single lady who … Continue reading Book Review: God, Michael and Me by Rosemary Okafor

Book Review: Believers and Hustlers by Sylva Nze Ifedigbo

This book was recommended to me at a bookstore I visited a couple of months ago and I placed a priority on reading it because I was intrigued by the blurb. This is my first by the author although I was gifted a copy of his other novel last year which I haven’t still gotten … Continue reading Book Review: Believers and Hustlers by Sylva Nze Ifedigbo

Book Review: The Bachelor’s Ride by Kolapo Akinola

I met the author of this book on a flight from Lagos to London and as we chatted, I got to know that he was a writer who was almost done with writing his debut novel (this book). Imagine my excitement when I got a message from him telling me his book had been published … Continue reading Book Review: The Bachelor’s Ride by Kolapo Akinola