Category: Book Reviews

How to Find Love in the Little..

Posted May 25, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 1 Comment
How to Find Love in the Little Things by Virginie Grimaldi

MY REVIEW: I’ll be honest, when I requested this book on NetGalley. I thought I picked a chick-lit, a very light read that could keep my morning car trip busy. However, what I ended up finding was so much more. Ocean View is not just a care home for the elderly, it’s a place where […]

Lennon Reborn by Scarlett Cole

Posted May 4, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 4 Comments
Lennon Reborn by Scarlett Cole

MY REVIEW: How could I refuse a request from one of my favourite publishers, when it comes to Scarlett Cole?? Of course I jumped at the opportunity, and I am so glad I did! Once again, Cole takes a very sensitive subject—in this case, Lennon’s tragic event—and delivers a stunningly captivating story full of intense […]

The Goodnight Kiss by Jennifer..

Posted April 27, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 7 Comments
The Goodnight Kiss by Jennifer L. Hart

MY REVIEW: When I was looking for some cool reads on NetGalley, I stumbled across this one and Immediately captivated. Not just by the cover, but by the story as well. As Sleeping Beauty is my favourite fairy tale, I was curious to see what elements were going to be used in this dark story. […]

Love to Hate You by Jo Watson

Posted April 13, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 6 Comments
Love to Hate You by Jo Watson

MY REVIEW: I really need to thank my bestie Silvia for convincing me to give this book a go, and for knowing my taste in books better than I do! 😛 I really enjoyed this story, it was such a refreshing read! Although I am in my late thirties, and Sera is in her early […]

Deadly Secret by Tara Thomas

Posted March 30, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 2 Comments
Deadly Secret by Tara Thomas

MY REVIEW: I was hoping, by continuing the series, I would get more connected to the characters and the story, but unfortunately that wasn’t the case. I’ll admit the situation Bea finds herself in is terrifying, and I can”t even begin to imagine how that feels. I was glad she had Knox by her side, […]

Crave by Jennifer Dawson

Posted March 23, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
Crave by Jennifer Dawson

MY REVIEW: When I picked this book I wasn’t really sure what I was getting into, and all I can say now is… Oh, my! Layla has suffered an enormous trauma and lost the man she loved. I can’t even begin to imagine how that feels, the pain one has to go through… I only […]

To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra..

Posted March 16, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 16 Comments
To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

MY REVIEW: Oh my, where do I start… This was one of my recent WoW features, so you can all imagine my thoughts when I was approved on NetGalley. I think the very first aspect that I need to discuss is Christo’s writing style. Right from the beginning, I felt the writing was quite regal, […]

Darkest Night by Tara Thomas

Posted March 2, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 4 Comments
Darkest Night by Tara Thomas

MY REVIEW: When the Publisher contacted me and asked if I wanted to review this new romantic suspense series by the author who created the amazing Submissive series, I didn’t even hesitated. I was very excited to see what I was getting into. Unfortunately I didn’t enjoy this as much as I hope I would. […]

Introducing the Sons of Broad ..

Posted February 23, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 6 Comments
Introducing the Sons of Broad series by Tara Thomas

MY REVIEW: This was a very good introduction to Thomas’ new romantic suspense series, however, unfortunately I did not enjoy it as much as I hoped. I didn’t particularly get attached to Janie, I couldn’t get to sympathise with her and her naivety on certain aspects—even though she’s a police officer—really annoyed me. Her chemistry […]

Spinning Out by Lexi Ryan

Posted February 16, 2018 by Fran in Book Reviews / 8 Comments
Spinning Out by Lexi Ryan

MY REVIEW: This was one of the freebies I recently got from Amazon and, although I am aware that a lot of them are usually quite disappointing, I’m very glad this wasn’t the case. There is so much drama, sexual tension, and turmoil, that I don’t even know where to start. When I think about […]