REVIEW: Mothers’ Day by Fiona McArthur

In brief: Noni is a midwife in a small hospital that is about to lose its maternity unit. When Jacinta and father Iain show up, sparks fly. But could these sparks benefit everyone? The good: Heartfelt, tender and funny. The not-so-good: Would love to see Jacinta get a book of her own! Why I chose... Continue Reading →

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Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 19/3/18

It was a really good week for new books in the mail. I'm looking forward to getting stuck into some of these over the Easter break (or even earlier!) The weather has been really variable (hot, then rain, then cold) so it's been good to stretch out or snuggle up with a book. Accidental Heroes... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Baby Doctor by Fiona McArthur

In brief: Sienna Wilson doesn't want to leave her high flying obstetrics director position to investigate birth defects in remote Queensland, but needs must. Especially when they come with Sergeant McCabe to help out… The good: This book has everything you need and then some – drama, romance, friendship and happily ever after. The not-so-good:... Continue Reading →

Heart of the Sky by Fiona McArthur

In brief: A new job in the Outback is just what Tess needs to escape from her life. Her landlord Soretta welcomes the newcomers with open arms, until new pilot Charlie reveals his ulterior motive… The good: I enjoyed reuniting with Soretta and the gang from Mica Ridge, as well as following Tess's role as... Continue Reading →

The Homestead Girls by Fiona McArthur

In brief: Five women in Mica Ridge are missing something in their lives and as housemates on a station homestead, they'll find what they were missing. The good: Gentle story blending medical fiction with friendship and a touch of romance. The not-so-good: Perhaps too gentle in places? Why I chose it: Thank you to Penguin... Continue Reading →

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