I firmly subscribe to the advice that if you want to write (which I do), you should read. So I read. A lot.
I really enjoy romance, chick lit and general fiction but also travel and biography, too.
All my reviews are rated out of five stars. Time is short so I generally pick books I know I will have a fair chance of liking. I will always try to find the positives and be constructive with any criticism. I don’t post reviews of anything I rate under three stars.
Holiday In The Hamptons by Sarah Morgan.
Greatest Hits by Laura Barnett.
The Summer House by Jenny Hale.
Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. All the stars!
Spandex And The City by Jenny T Colgan. Five Stars!
The New Beginnings Coffee Club by Samantha Tonge.
Then. Now. Always by Isabelle Broom. Five Stars!
Stuck With You by Carla Burgess. Five stars!
Spring At Blueberry Bay by Holly Martin.
A Life Without You by Shari Low. Five stars!
The Promise Girls by Marie Bostwick. Five stars!
Year Of No Clutter by Eve O.Schaub.
The Kicking The Bucket List by Cathy Hopkins.
How To Mend A Broken Heart by Anna Mansell. Five stars!
The Elusive Miss Ellison by Carolyn Miller.
A Life Discarded by Alexander Masters.
Paris For One And Other Short Stories by Jojo Moyes.
If Ever I Fall by S D Robertson. Five stars!
Birds Art Life Death by Kyo Maclear. Five stars!
Just The Two Of Us by Georgie Capron.
The Road To Enchantment by Kaya McLaren.
New York, Actually by Sarah Morgan. Five stars!
The Spark by Sylvie Stewart.
A Bend In The Willow by Susan Clayton-Goldner. Five stars!
Whatever Happened To Vicky Hope’s Back Up Man? By Laura Kemp.
A Year And A Day by Isabelle Broom. Five stars!