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: Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez

Abby Jimenez has fast become one of my favorite romance authors. After reading her first three books, I couldn't wait to read this new release and enjoy her heartwarming stories once again. 'Part of Your World' is an age-gap/opposites attract/social class disparity trope featuring Alexis, the 37 year old ER doctor from a very influential … Continue reading Book Review: Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez

Book Review: Making Wishes at Bay View (Welcome To Whitsborough Bay) by Jessica Redland

This author has quickly become one of my favorites with her heartwarming and captivating stories. I have read three books so far and they have all been exceptional (Check out my review of the 'Hedge Hog Hollow' series in "Book Reviews"). I was excited to read this one so my expectations were high. I was … Continue reading Book Review: Making Wishes at Bay View (Welcome To Whitsborough Bay) by Jessica Redland

Book Review: The One by The Fertile Chick

I am a huge fan of the author after reading the 'Ginika's Bridesmaids' series (I have reviewed all 5 books in the series on this blog in "Book Reviews" so you can check them out) and since this book is a prequel to the series, I was super excited to read it. I had kept … Continue reading Book Review: The One by The Fertile Chick

Book Review: Many Waters by Rosemary Okafor

Last year was my first time of reading a book by this author and I enjoyed reading that story. I was therefore glad when a received a copy of this book from the author with high expectations. Thank you Rosemary. This story follows Elizabeth and Ebube. Elizabeth has just been dumped by her boyfriend on … Continue reading Book Review: Many Waters by Rosemary Okafor

Book Review: Husband Hunting 303 by Glory Abah

This is the third book in this series and as soon as I received my copy, I was eager to read it because I love the author's work. You can check out my reviews of the first two books in the series (Husband Hunting 101 and Husband Hunting 202) in "Book Reviews". 'Husband Hunting 303' … Continue reading Book Review: Husband Hunting 303 by Glory Abah

Book Review: What happened To Janet Uzor? by Miracle Emeka-Nkwor

Many thanks to the publishers Masobebooks for an ARC of this book. Getting into this book, I had zero expectations from this author since it is a debut and not my usual genre. 'What Happened To Janet Uzor?' is a Young Adult mystery novel centered around the "mysterious" death of Janet Uzor. Her best friends … Continue reading Book Review: What happened To Janet Uzor? by Miracle Emeka-Nkwor

Book Review: Family Secrets At Hedgehog Hollow by Jessica Redland

This is the third book in the 'Hedgehog Hollow' series and it keeps getting better with each book. My review of the first two books can be found in "Book Reviews". In this book, as the title suggests a number of grey areas in the first two books were brought to light. The story follows … Continue reading Book Review: Family Secrets At Hedgehog Hollow by Jessica Redland

Book Review: The Visit by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This was a super quick read (listen) but packed with so much to ponder. 'The Visit' is a speculative fictional story where women rule the world and men take the places of women in the home and in the society in general. I found most of it quite funny and found myself smiling all through … Continue reading Book Review: The Visit by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Book Review: 30 Days A Woman- A Practical Guide To Living Life Fully by Titilope Oguntuga

"In this story of your life, you own the plot, you are the master storyteller, the chief scripter and the director. You must own the narrative, but first, you have to create your plot" - Titilope Oguntuga, 30 Days a Woman: A Practical Guide to Living Life Fully. Many thanks to the author for sending … Continue reading Book Review: 30 Days A Woman- A Practical Guide To Living Life Fully by Titilope Oguntuga