REVIEW: Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

In brief: The Riva family hasn’t had it easy, growing up while their absent father travels the world in luxury. But now they are adults, they have exactly what they want – or do they? It will take the annual party to sort that out. The good: Taylor Jenkins Reid always writes books that capture... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Clock Dance by Anne Tyler

In brief: Willa’s life has been defined by people she loves leaving. She’s tried to make them happy, but when a stranger asks her to help out another stranger, she says yes and finds her own happiness. The good: It’s Anne Tyler – finding beauty in the small things. The not-so-good: Willa really gets short... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: It’s in His Kiss by Julia Quinn

In brief: Hyacinth Bridgerton is all grown up and she’s the smartest and most outspoken Bridgerton of them all. Will she meet her match in Lady Danbury’s grandson Gareth? The good: Hyacinth is a riot! The not-so-good: The second last in the series! Why I chose it: I’m reading all the Bridgerton novels in preparation... Continue Reading →

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