Book Review: The Lady Rivers by Philippa Gregory

The Lady Rivers by Philippa Gregory is part of the Cousin’s War Series. Gregory wrote the books out of order for this series, I think because she became so interested in the Lady Rivers, Jaquetta Woodville, that she just had to write about her. After reading the novel, I wish I would have been able to read them in order, and I may just do that at some point. The…

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Book Review: Cadillac Couches by Sophie Watson

Cadillac Couches, an all-Canadian novel written by Edmontonian, Sophie Watson, gives readers greater insight into Edmonton’s niche of Folk Music Festival loving people. The story, set in the 1990’s follows two music-smitten twenty-something women as they search for love and purpose. Annie Jones is trying to put her big love, Sullivan, behind her and cope with her anxiety, while her best friend, Isobel, can’t break her “use ’em and lose…

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Book Review: A Year to Remember by Shelly Bell

Being the first e-published book I’ve read, I was not disappointed with A Year to Remember by Shelly Bell. I didn’t see one typo and the formatting was perfect, but that’s only the technicalities, the story captivated my interest and I couldn’t wait to find out what happened to the protagonist Sara Friedman. Synopsis: When her younger brother marries on her twenty-ninth birthday, Sara Friedman vows to the wedding guests…

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Book Review: Single in the City – by Michele Gorman

You know when you read a book and then realize after you finish it that it is the first book in a series? Well, that’s what happened to me with Single in the City by Michele Gorman. Synopsis: It’s official. Hannah has left her friends and family in the US behind and is following her dream. To live in London. Unfortunately she’s completely unprepared for what’s in store. She’s going…

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Book Review: One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner

This book, One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner was lent to me by a friend. The first thing I did was read the back cover copy to see what it was about. Immediately the topic of the book would have made me return the book to the shelf had it been one I picked up myself. However, because it was lent to me, I gave it a try. Three…

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