Reviews

Review: Hannah Richell’s ‘The Peacock Summer’

June 18, 2018 // 1 Comment

  The Peacock Summer Hannah Richell Two summers, decades apart. Two women whose lives are forever entwined. And a house that holds the secrets that could free them both. At twenty-six, Lillian feels ancient and exhausted. Her marriage to Charles Oberon has not turned out the way she thought [...]

REVIEW: Alli Sinclair’s ‘Burning Fields’

May 28, 2018 // 1 Comment

REVIEW: Alli Sinclair’s ‘Burning Fields’   Burning Fields Alli Sinclair 1948 The world is struggling to regain a sense of balance after the devastation of World War II, and the sugar cane–growing community of Piri River in northern Queensland is no exception.  As returned [...]

#280CharacterReviews—March 2018

March 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

  #280CharacterReviews—March 2018   Liberated by Mel Teshco Eloise is a strong female character who perfectly suits the complexity of brothers Julian and Saxon. Their #MFM love triangle is a natural and anticipation filled affair, testament to @melteshco’s experience writing erotic [...]

Review: James Moloney’s ‘The Love That I Have’

March 19, 2018 // 1 Comment

  The Love That I Have James Moloney For fans of The Book Thief, a powerful and heartbreaking story set during WW2 that stays with you long after the final page is read. Margot Baumann hasleft school to take up her sister’s job in the mailroom of a large prison. Butthis is Germany in [...]

Review: Anthea Hodgson’s ‘The Cowgirl’

March 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

  The Cowgirl Anthea Hodgson Teddy Broderick has lived on her farm almost all her life, committed to the rhythms of the country – seeding, harvest, shearing and the twice daily milking of the cow her grandmother has looked after for years, but she dreams of another life, in the wide [...]

Review: Jenn J McLeod’s ‘A Place To Remember’

March 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

  Review A Place To Remember Jenn J McLeod A man loses five years of his life. Two women are desperate for him to remember. Running away for the second time in her life, twenty-seven-year old Ava believes the cook’s job at a country B&B is perfect, until she meets the owner’s son, John [...]

REVIEW: Tess Woods’ ‘Beautiful Messy Love’

July 20, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Beautiful Messy Love Tess Woods What happens when love and loyalty collide? When football star Nick Harding hobbles into the Black Salt Cafe the morning after the night before, he is served by Anna, a waitress with haunted-looking eyes and no interest in footballers, famous or otherwise. [...]