review

REVIEW: Mel Teshco’s ‘Camilla’

February 9, 2015 // 2 Comments

  Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives—Camilla Mel Teshco To all of Sydney’s society, she’s just the upstart, gold-digging waitress that somehow managed to snare one of Australia’s most eligible bachelors. Camilla can’t pretend that the gossip and the innuendo that follows her [...]

REVIEW: Christina Phillip’s ‘Willow’

February 9, 2015 // 1 Comment

  Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Willow Christina Phillips Willow has loved Seb for as long as she can remember, but he has a past that she can’t handle, so she’s never done anything about it. But to not have him in her life is unthinkable, so  she holds on to him the only way [...]

REVIEW: Keziah Hill’s ‘Christa’

January 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

  Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Christa Keziah Hill In business, as in pleasure, Christa has two rules: ask for what you want, and be prepared to get a bit creative. She and her husband, Marc, are infamous for their charitable soirees and the obscene amount of money that they raise [...]

REVIEW: Cathleen Ross’ ‘Nella’

November 12, 2014 // 4 Comments

  Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Nella Cathleen Ross Nella is one hundred percent in control of her life – all aspects of her life. She excels at knowing what everyone needs, and in meeting those needs. So when it comes to her husband, Michael, and his deepest desires and most [...]

REVIEW: Cate Ellink’s ‘Lana’

November 11, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Lana Cate Ellink Meet the Housewives of Sydney. They are wealthy, elegant, poised, and constantly in the public eye. But what goes on behind closed doors, in the private homes and parties where the cameras and paparazzi aren’t welcome? Delve [...]

REVIEW: Rhian Cahill’s ‘Virginia’

November 9, 2014 // 1 Comment

  REVIEW   Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Virginia Rhian Cahill Cool, collected, confident – those who know Virginia in her personal and professional life would never expect to find her in Boyd’s, a bar across town from her circle of friends and socialite world. But [...]

REVIEW: Tea Cooper’s Jazz Baby

November 6, 2014 // 2 Comments

  REVIEW:  Jazz Baby Tea Cooper In the gritty underbelly of 1920s Sydney, a fresh-faced country girl is about to arrive in the big, dark city – and risk everything in the pursuit of her dreams. Sydney is no place for the fainthearted – five shillings for a twist of snow, a woman for not [...]

REVIEW: Cate Ellink’s ‘Deep Diving’

August 30, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Deep Diving Cate Ellink Samantha is celebrating her newly retired status from competitive triathlons with a diving holiday in her favourite place in the world: Australia’s Lord Howe Island. But all divers need a buddy, and Sam can’t dive solo. A chance meeting with rugby league superstar [...]

REVIEW: Rachel Amphlett’s ‘Before Nightfall’

August 30, 2014 // 1 Comment

  Before Nightfall Rachel Amphlett “If they move you, they will kill you.” Kate Foster is quick to forget the advice from a pre-deployment hostage survival course once she’s catapulted into a new job in Eastern Europe, despite the good-looking instructor. But a simple day’s task in [...]

REVIEW: Sandra Antonelli’s ‘Driving in Neutral’

August 29, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Driving in Neutral Sandra Antonelli Levelheaded Olivia Regen walks away from her car-racing career and the wreckage of a bad marriage to take on new work that’s far removed from the twists of racetrack. Her new life is about control, calm and the good friends that she adores. But her first [...]