Tag: all the feels

Book Review: Girlhood by Cat Clarke

Book Review: Girlhood by Cat Clarke

August 22, 2017 Book review 11 ★★★★★

I flat-out loved this book!  I savour books about friendship, and I adored how this book focused on the sisterhood theme, with no major romances thrown into steal the limelight.  Friendship deserves the spotlight and I’m so glad that it was centre stage in Girlhood by Cat Clarke. First Line… Read more »

Book Review : Trivial Pursuits by Aven Ellis

Book Review : Trivial Pursuits by Aven Ellis

May 10, 2017 Book review 5 ★★★★

Friendship goals, relationship goals, wardrobe goals and career goals; that’s what every Aven Ellis book I’ve ever read feels like to me. First Line of Trivial Pursuits by Aven Ellis “I stare at the blinking cursor on my cell phone.” My Thoughts on Trivial Pursuits by Aven Ellis I could just give… Read more »

Book Review :  The Hourglass by Tracy Rees

Book Review : The Hourglass by Tracy Rees

May 8, 2017 Book review 14 ★★★★½

Do you like contemporary fiction and historical fiction? Well if so, you are in for a treat with The Hourglass by Tracy Rees, as it mixes both together flawlessly. Balancing the books is a quick fire review where I list the assets and liabilities of a book (as I see… Read more »

Book Review: Lone Star by Paullina Simons

Book Review: Lone Star by Paullina Simons

December 16, 2016 Book review 0 ★★★★★

What have I being doing all my reading life that I haven’t read a book by Paulina Simons before now.  I’ve just finished Lone Star by Paullina Simons and it pretty much finished me too. I’m blown away.  By feels.  All the feels.  Blown away, into a lake of feels,… Read more »

Book Review: The Law of Moses by Amy Harmon

Book Review: The Law of Moses by Amy Harmon

December 2, 2016 Book review 6 ★★★★½

Holy Moses!  This book!  How am I supposed to review this book except to say take everything you might assume this romance will be, roll all those thoughts into a little ball and fling them far away.  The Law of Moses by Amy Harmon is everything unexpected. First Line of… Read more »

Book Review: The Hard Count by Ginger Scott

Book Review: The Hard Count by Ginger Scott

November 18, 2016 Book review 1 ★★★

Urrrggh, The Hard Count by Ginger Scott is a hard one to rate.  Parts I loved and other parts (I’m looking at you football) made me skim furiously.  But overall I think it’s quite an achievement that despite an aversion to football, I still enjoyed this football themed book! First… Read more »

Book Review : Lyrebird by Cecelia Ahern

Book Review : Lyrebird by Cecelia Ahern

November 16, 2016 Book review 11 ★★★★½

Can you imagine living your life in total isolation? And then being thrust in the craziness of a reality show? No! Me, neither but that is the intriguing premise of Lyrebird by Cecelia Ahern. First Line of Lyrebird by Cecelia Ahern “He moves away from the others, their constant chat… Read more »

Book Review: Green Tea Latte To Go by Aven Ellis

Book Review: Green Tea Latte To Go by Aven Ellis

November 10, 2016 Book review 3 ★★★★

Who doesn’t need some sweet, uplifting books in their literary diet!  I know I do.  I crave them, in between my gritty thrillers.  And Aven Ellis delivers some of the sweetest, and some of the most uplifting books out there. First Line of Green Tea Latte To Go by Aven Ellis… Read more »

Book Review: The Trespasser by Tana French

Book Review: The Trespasser by Tana French

October 20, 2016 Book review 13 ★★★★★

In a gritlit genre full of police procedural novels, Tana French’s books shine bright like diamonds.  They are not cheap imitations like so many others out there instead her talented writing showcases her novels as the real deal.  If you want clever, insightful crime fiction, then Tana is your author. First Line of The… Read more »