Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 25/3/19

Last week was terrible for heat and humidity. I think everybody felt the effects! Today, I'm looking forward to being a bit cooler and not constantly sticky. Lucky I have some books to curl up with… This week's books by Australian women authors are all courtesy of the kind people at Harlequin. Home At Last... Continue Reading →

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REVIEW: Star-crossed by Minnie Darke

In brief: Justine meets up with old friend (and crush) Nick. How can she convince him to notice her? By changing his horoscope in the magazine she works for, of course. Will her hints steer Nick towards her, or has Justine bitten off more than she can chew? The good: Fun concept and loved the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Glovemaker by Ann Weisgarber

In brief: It's winter in Utah Territory, 1888 and Deborah is waiting for her husband to return home. But a stranger crosses her doorstep and the small town of Junction is changed forever. The good: A beautifully written story. The not-so-good: I read it rather quickly! Why I chose it: Historical fiction, mysterious strangers, a... Continue Reading →

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