Book Review | Island Affair

Hunky firefighter Luis Navarro is stuck in a rut. A recent call out to a job brings up unresolved issues from his past, forcing his boss to put him on mandated leave from his beloved job. Not used to time off, he wonders how he’ll spend the next week... Enter stage right, social media influencer... Continue Reading →

Book Review | Love Her or Lose Her

Rosie and Dominic are the perfect couple. Together since high school, they know everything there is so know about each other. Their innermost thoughts, hopes, dreams and fears. Fast forward a decade, and the high school sweethearts have drifted apart. Their rift is so large, that despite coexisting in the same house, they haven’t spoken... Continue Reading →

Book Review | The Friend Zone

Our April #fomobuddyread was The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez. Well loved across #bookstagram, we wanted to see if it lived up to the hype. And it did! ⁣⁣Kristen and Josh instantly connect, in more ways than one, as soon as they lay eyes on each other. New in town, it turns out that Josh... Continue Reading →

Book Review | Q

‘If you put the frog in a pot of boiling water, he’ll jump out. If, on the other hand, you put the frog in a pot of cold water and turn up the heat one degree at a time, well, before long you’ll have a boiled frog. And he’ll never know what’s coming.’⁣⁣ Elena Fairchild... Continue Reading →

Book review | The Year the Maps Changed

“Lately I’ve been wondering what piece mum took with her when she died, and I’d been thinking of the Winnie I would have been if she hadn’t.” 💔 ⁣⁣🥳 Welcome to my tour stop for The Year the Maps Changed! 🥳⁣ Winifred (Fred, Freddo or Winnie, depending on who you ask) is 11 years old,... Continue Reading →

Book Review | Come Again

Happy pub day to this book! 🥳 Strap yourself in for a time travelling romance espionage adventure novel! Yep you read that right. The book is divided into three, very distinct parts, each loosely addressing each of these genres. The first starts off very low and bleak. Kate has just lost her husband of 28... Continue Reading →

Book Review | Rules for Being a Girl

⭐️ Release day review! ⭐️⁣⁣ “It doesn’t exactly win me any points as an authority figure, that’s for sure. But I don’t know, you just kind of seem, like...older than other girls in your grade. Has anybody ever told you that?”⁣⁣⁣⁣ Marin is a senior at school, starting to sweat about university entrance essays, and... Continue Reading →

Book Review | Exciting Times

🥳Happy pub day to this book! 🥳⁣⁣ Things in Ava’s life are messy. She’s recently moved to Hong Kong and is teaching English to a bunch of rich kids. She’s sorta-but-not-really dating a banker called Julian. Neither can really admit their feelings, or much of anything really,  to one another, but this suits Ava fine,... Continue Reading →

Book Review | The Mercies

One day, in a village far north, the men go out to fish. None return. The women are forced to adapt, change and sow their seeds of survival. Maren, having lost her father, brother and betrothed finds herself having to navigate this unforgiving land, alongside her mother, her sister in law and the rest of... Continue Reading →

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