REVIEW: The Minute I Saw You by Paige Toon

In brief: Hannah doesn't do relationships. Which is a good thing, because nor does Sonny. But will this damaged pair open up to each other? The good: A lot of summer fun and sweet moments. The not-so-good: The secret revelations – wow, a lot to unpack. Why I chose it: Paige Toon's novels are always... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 11/5/20

Another week of rain and now, some sunshine. I ventured out to the local bookshop for a book browse – the shelves are nearly bare, which is both good and bad (good because people are reading, bad because I want to read Emily St John Mandel's backlist and there are no copies available – not... Continue Reading →

One Perfect Summer by Paige Toon

In brief: At 18, Alice meets the love of her life, Joe, only for him to disappear one emotionally charged day. It's difficult, but she moves on – or does she? The good: Fun and entertaining, a light midweek read. The not-so-good: Sometimes Alice seemed rather young and immature. Why I chose it: From the... Continue Reading →

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