REVIEW: How to Mend a Broken Heart by Rachael Johns

In brief: Flick is feeling like everyone has moved on except her. So she takes up a job to work as a taxidermist in New Orleans. Little did she expect that her daughter would soon follow her… The good: The descriptions of New Orleans, such as the food and the houses. The not-so-good: Don’t read... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 3/5/21

This week was interesting as we went back to mask wearing but it didn’t stop me from getting a lot done! The postie and delivery drivers were also very kind in delivering these books to me: How to Mend a Broken Heart by Rachael Johns (available 5th May) arrived thanks to Harlequin. Felicity is struggling... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Flying the Nest by Rachael Johns

In brief: Ashling is shocked when her husband suggests they separate. Devastated, she just wants her family back together. But when she starts renovating a cottage in a small seaside town, her world expands. The good: Loved the small-town vibe of Ragged Point and its characters. The not-so-good: Ashling needed to do some growing up... Continue Reading →

Top Reads for 2019

I simply cannot list my best reads for 2019 until the end of the year. What if I finish a really great book on December 29? (Plus, today is my birthday so I can do anything I want). Traditionally, I try to cull my list to ten but then I remembered that this is my... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Just One Wish by Rachael Johns

In brief: Three generations of women, all very different, but each has a secret. Will it destroy their families? The good: Brilliantly written with a fascinating plot. The not-so-good: Like Ged, I am happy to leave Elvis pretty much alone. Why I chose it: Always love Rachael Johns' books, so I bought it first opportunity... Continue Reading →

Memorable reads of 2018

I simply can't do a best of year list until I know that I'm not going to finish any more books. So even though it may be the start of 2019, here are the books that left a lasting impression on me. I started with 26 books (out of a possible 81) and painstakingly took... Continue Reading →

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