REVIEW: The Daughter of Victory Lights by Kerri Turner

In brief: After the war, Evie couldn't go back to the confines of her normal life. Joining the entertainment ship Victory, is fun but one night changes the lives of the entire cast. The good: Unique setting to tell an interesting story. The not-so-good: Lucy's section of the story occasionally lost momentum. Why I chose... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: One Summer Between Friends by Trish Morey

In brief: Sarah, Floss and Jules used to be great friends. But after a series of events, they are no longer on speaking terms. When Sarah is forced to come home to Lord Howe Island, will things change? The good: Interesting stories for each of the main characters. The not-so-good: Sarah's mother knows how to... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Just One Wish by Rachael Johns

In brief: Three generations of women, all very different, but each has a secret. Will it destroy their families? The good: Brilliantly written with a fascinating plot. The not-so-good: Like Ged, I am happy to leave Elvis pretty much alone. Why I chose it: Always love Rachael Johns' books, so I bought it first opportunity... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Going Under by Sonia Henry

In brief: Kitty's first year of being a real doctor is full of ups, downs, love and laughter. The good: I really resonated with some of the statements made (good and bad). The not-so-good: Took me a little while to get into, had to finish before my own on call (otherwise nightmares happen, like Kitty's)... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Love Song by Sasha Wasley

In brief: The third book in the series about the Paterson sisters focuses on GP Beth. Sturdy and dependable, her life is thrown into disarray when her first love comes back to town. The good: The return of the familiar setting and introduction of new characters. The not-so-good: Beth is not a risk taker, which... Continue Reading →

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