Book Review: Lost & Found

My daughter has been taking my ipad, meaning I haven’t had a chance to do much reading (since most of it is digital these days). I picked up a copy of Lost & Found by Brooke Davis in my local Big W and read it at the beach over the weekend. The review: Seven …

Book Review: Hold On To Me

Hold on to Me by Victoria Purman is the fourth book in the Boys of Summer series. I didn’t know this before I purchased the book and was pleasantly surprised to find myself back in Middle Point. On to the review: Stella Ryan has rebuilt her life in the sleepy coastal …

Book Review: Already Dead

Already Dead by Jaye Ford is a heart-stopping ride of sheer suspense from beginning to end. Waiting at a set of traffic lights to head out of Sydney and to a new life up the coast, journalist Miranda Jack is stunned when a stranger jumps into her car and points a gun at her chest. …

Book Review: Big Little Lies

 Big Little Lies is by Australian Author Liane Moriarty. This is the first book I’ve read by this author and won’t be the last. Reviewing this book is difficult without giving elements of the plot away (having an element of mystery), but I’ll do my best. It had never crossed her mind that …

Book Review: Fall for Me

Fall for Me by Australian Author K.A. Last is a Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy (my classification). Grace Tate is a Protection Angel and her twin brother Archer is a Hunter. By day they are teenagers, about to start their final year of high school, and by night they hunt vampires.

Book Review: Ridiculous

Ridiculous by D.L. Carter is a regency romance with a twist. After the death of her miserly cousin, Antony North, Millicent Boarder fakes her own death and assumes his identity in order to ensure her mother and two sisters are properly cared for rather than face the poorhouse as they …