Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading 16/4/18

So last week was a bit better and as you can see below, I got some reading in too. I also got some lovely books in the mail too! The Art of Friendship by Lisa Ireland (released 24th April) is a book I've been looking forward to for ages! Libby and Kit have been friends since... Continue Reading →

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My Memorable Reads of 2017

I started this post a few days before by writing down all my favourite reads of the year. My criteria is simple – which books have stuck in my mind and/or make me exclaim with delight when I see their cover again. The original list stood at 22 – 27.5% of my total books read!... Continue Reading →

The Shape of Us by Lisa Ireland

In brief: Four women meet in a weight loss online forum and become good friends. Together, they learn that there's more than weight to happiness in unexpected, sometimes heart-wrenching ways. The good: Fun to read about the different women and their lives, plus I loved the online posts. The not-so-good: I really did not see... Continue Reading →

Feels Like Home by Lisa Ireland

In brief: Jo is a famous author with an even more famous fiancé. Coming back to Linden Gully was never meant to feel like home, but thanks to a reunion with old friends and her first love, it's starting to feel that way. (Read more here). The good: A lovely story, combining both sadness and... Continue Reading →

Breaking the Drought by Lisa Ireland

In brief: Jenna is a city girl through and through, but when she's persuaded to attend a ball in a country town, she realises not everything in the country is bad (especially not Luke Tanner). Read more about the story here. The good: Great characters, interesting storyline, action, romance and danger – all in one... Continue Reading →

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