Reviews

REVIEW: Sue Woolfe’s ‘Do You Love Me or What?’

May 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

    Do You Love Me or What? Sue Woolfe A brilliant collection of short stories by the bestselling, award-winning author of Leaning Towards Infinity, Painted Woman and The Secret Cure Do You Love Me or What? is a collection of eight sparkling, nuanced short stories from one of [...]

REVIEW: Kayte Nunn’s ‘Angel’s Share’

May 2, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Angel’s Share Kayte Nunn When something is taken away, it can make what’s left all the sweeter – in winemaking, they call it the ‘angels’ share’. Mattie Cameron thinks she’s got it all figured out: an impressive career in London, a gorgeous boyfriend and brilliant friends. [...]

REVIEW: Rachael Johns’ ‘Talk of the Town’

April 4, 2017 // 1 Comment

Talk of the Town Rachael Johns Lawson Cooper-Jones has two priorities in life – his son, Ned, and the survival of the dairy farm that has been in his family for generations. Despite the best efforts of the town matchmakers and the determined pursuit of local girl Adeline Walsh, Lawson’s heart [...]

REVIEW: Deborah Burrows’ ‘Ambulance Girls’

March 20, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Ambulance Girls Deborah Burrows I do love Deborah Burrows’ strong female heroines, we all know that she writes them so brilliantly, but Lily Brennan stole a little more of my heart than usual. Lily is a sharp-witted, courageous, roll-your-sleeves-up-and-get-the-job-done Australian [...]

REVIEW: Nicole Hurley-Moore’s ‘Country Roads’

February 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Country Roads Nicole Hurley-Moore Nicole Hurley-Moore delivers a gentle romance with Country Roads. Both lead characters, Bec Duprey and Matt Harvey have difficult pasts particularly when it comes to romance and it’s those shared difficulties that both help and hinder their being [...]

REVIEW: CJ Duggan’s ‘Paris Lights’

February 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Paris Lights C.J. Duggan It was the opening lines to CJ Duggan’s Paris Lights hooked me immediately: I genuinely believe that aside from your place of birth there is somewhere else you belong: a place you’re guided to by your heart. Some people might spend their entire lives in [...]

REVIEW: Sarah Ridout’s ‘Le Chateau’

February 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Le Chateau Sarah Ridout Sarah Ridout’s debut novel, Le Chateau, is an elegant and engrossing read that will certainly stand the test of time with readers. The mystery/suspense that forms the basis of this story was compelling and believable and Ridout presents the story with an [...]

REVIEW: Pamela Hart’s ‘A Letter From Italy’

February 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

  A Letter from Italy Pamela Hart Ok, word of warning: do not expect to get anything done while reading this book. Trust me, once you open this book, the real world slips away and nothing is more important than returning to Rebecca Quinn’s story. If you do ignore my warning (and please, [...]

REVIEW: Maria Lewis’ ‘Who’s Afraid Too?’

February 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

Who’s Afraid Too? Maria Lewis A feisty kick-arse, take-no-prisoners werewolf heroine with a wit heavily steeped in sarcasm, who doesn’t care too much for the rules, and who looks darkness in the eye and knowing her own powers faces it without so much as smudging her lipstick… Now [...]