Book Review: Snow Day by Julia Lipson

This is an Audible original and a quick but engaging listen. It is my first by the author. It is a story with a close-proximity trope about two strangers who meet on a train ride from Milan to Paris stuck together due to a snow storm that has delayed their journeys. Amy is an American, … Continue reading Book Review: Snow Day by Julia Lipson

Book Review: All You Need Is Love by Jessica Redland

This was another good story by the author. Although I have been reading both the Whitsborough Bay and Hedge Hog Hollow Series, I decided to take a break from that and read something outside the series before going back. This story follows Sam and Jemma who have both experienced terrible heart breaks and loss. They … Continue reading Book Review: All You Need Is Love by Jessica Redland

Book Review: Tri-Party by Kikelomo

This is the second book by this author I am reading and because the I enjoyed the first book, I went into reading it with some high expectations. Christian fiction is a genre that I really love and one of the most delightful things for me is to discover authors (especially African/Nigerian) that I connect … Continue reading Book Review: Tri-Party by Kikelomo

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: The No-Show by Beth O’Leary

I have read three of this author's books in the last year (check out my reviews in "Book Reviews") and to say I had very high expectations going into this book is an understatement. The story begins with three women who have been stood-up by the same man on Valentines day and it follows their … Continue reading Book Review: The No-Show by Beth O’Leary

Book Review: New Beginnings At Seaside Blooms by Jessica Redland

This is the second book in the Whitsborough Bay series by the author. It is a story about new beginnings, learning to live in the moment and true love. After breaking off her long term relationship and quitting her job in London, Sarah takes up her Aunt’s offer to become the new owner of ‘Seaside … Continue reading Book Review: New Beginnings At Seaside Blooms by Jessica Redland

Book Review: Christmas at Carly’s Cupcakes by Jessica Redland

I am now a full fledged Jessica Redland fan and as I may have mentioned in my previous blog post, I plan to read through all her books yet. 'Christmas at Carly's Cupcakes' is a quick feel-good "friends to lovers" story that follows Carly and Liam who have been best friends since their childhood days … Continue reading Book Review: Christmas at Carly’s Cupcakes by Jessica Redland

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: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

This is a "Bookstagram made me do it" book and also my curiosity over the buzz in past couple of years over this author's books. I have never really been a big fan of the fantasy genre but I have read a few good ones which came highly recommended so I thought I should check … Continue reading Book Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

Book Review: Hook, Line, & Sinker by Tessa Bailey

This is the second book in this series and one of my most anticipated reads for this year. After reading ‘It Happened One Summer’ (the first book) one of my best reads of 2021, my expectations were high. This is a friends to lovers/close proximity romance story that follows Hannah and Fox. They both met … Continue reading Book Review: Hook, Line, & Sinker by Tessa Bailey