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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REVIEW: The Pearler’s Wife by Roxane Dhand

In brief: Maisie has been sent across the world to marry a man she has never met but life in Buccaneer Bay is nothing like she expected! The good: Very familiar with the settings of the story. The not-so-good: Start was a bit slow for me. Why I chose it: Sounded interesting – thanks Penguin... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Cowgirl by Anthea Hodgson

In brief: Teddy's life is destined to be simple: live and work on the farm with her grandmother Deirdre. But then Deirdre announces a plan to dig up her old house with archaeologist Will and on digging up the past nothing is simple for either of them… The good: I really enjoyed the flashbacks to... Continue Reading →

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