#Book review #Bringing down the Duke by Evie Dunmore

Set in England, 1879, Bringing Down the Duke is an unusual historical romance. The main character, Annabelle Archer is a daughter of an impoverished country clergyman, which is fairly typical for the genre, but she is also among the first group of female students at Oxford University and is a political activist of the suffragette […]

#Book Review # The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis

The human heart has hidden treasures, In secret kept , in silence sealed; – The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams, the pleasures, Whose charms were broken if revealed. ‘Evening Solace’ by Charlotte Brontë Bella Ellis’s charming historical mystery is set in Haworth Parsonage and its neighbouring villages, Yorkshire, summer of 1845. All four surviving children […]

#Book review # The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory

Looking for a modern and diverse romance for your summer read? Read and liked Jasmine Guillory’s The Proposal and The Wedding Date? The third book in the series called the Wedding Party is coming out on the 16th of August. The plot of The Wedding Party is pretty straightforward. Theo and Maddie have the same […]

#Book review # The bookish life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman

The part in which we meet Nina Lee Hill and discuss her personality Nina Hill’s life is perfect: She has a job in an old bookstore in the middle of a quaint part of Los Angeles lives in a lovely apartment with a slightly judgemental cat Philip her wonderful friends with freakishly good memories help […]

# Book Review # Natalie Tan’s Book of Luck and Fortune

This book was a delightful surprise. Light, enjoyable, magical and, above all, delicious, as food and savouring food is an integral part of this wonderful debut novel by Roselle Lim. Natalie Tan gets the worst kind of telephone call. Her agoraphobic mother Miranda was found dead just outside their family house in Chinatown of San […]

The Friends We Keep…The Life We Choose…

I am a big fan of Jane Green and have read quite a few books of this talented writer over the years. I believe ‘The friends we keep’ is her best, although it doesn’t focus on romance, but on something else equally important: on friendships and our life choices that can either destroy our closeness […]

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