Rachael Johns

Ten Books That Changed Me with Rachael Johns 

November 8, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Ten Books That Changed Me – Rachael Johns    The Baby-Sitters Club series by Ann M Martin – these were the first books I remember obsessing over. I had every single one within days of them coming out and all my friends at school were reading them. They got me addicted to reading [...]

AusRom Recommends: Rachael Johns’ ‘Talk of the Town’

May 2, 2017 // 0 Comments

  We were kindly gifted a copy of Rachael Johns’ latest novel, Talk of the Town, by Harlequin Books months ahead of the release date with the knowledge that we couldn’t publish a review until the release date and can I tell you, it took every bit of willpower not to shout from the [...]

2017 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

April 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

    The Shape of Us Lisa Ireland Four different women. The same big problem. One magical solution?  Despite excelling at university, Mezz has ended up the second-choice doctor in a two-doctor town, and won’t be winning Mother of the Year any time soon. Miserably overweight, she [...]

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 [...]

5 To Watch: October

October 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

  The Three Miss Allens Victoria Purman How much of who we are is destiny and how much chance? In 1934, the three Miss Allens – Ruby, Adeline and Clara – arrive in the seaside town of Remarkable Bay for their annual summer holiday. It’s the last time they’ll spend summers as a [...]

Build Us Your Ideal Story with Rachael Johns

August 22, 2016 // 0 Comments

Build Us Your Ideal Story with Rachael Johns I’m hopeless with a menu and this feels exactly like when I’m sitting in a restaurant with friends and have no idea what to pick. I always ending up wishing I’d picked what someone else did. What do you mean I can’t have EVERY dish on the menu? [...]