2016 · Book Reviews · Fiction · Humour · Romance

Match Me If You Can, Michele Gorman

Published: 2016 by Avon | Pages: 416 Catherine’s ex-husband and business partner drops a bombshell over their Chardonnay: he’s about to marry his twenty-three year old girlfriend. Catherine has bras that are older than his new fiancée, yet he’s about to install her in Catherine’s beloved matchmaking business. Meanwhile, architect Rachel is battling romantic mistake,… Continue reading Match Me If You Can, Michele Gorman

2015 · Book Club · Book Reviews · Fiction · Grief · Humour · Travel

How to Be Both, Ali Smith

Published: 2014 by Penguin | Pages: 376 | RAD Book Club Book #3 How to be both is a novel all about art’s versatility. Borrowing from painting’s fresco technique to make an original literary double-take, it’s a fast-moving genre-bending conversation between forms, times, truths and fictions. There’s a renaissance artist of the 1460s. There’s the… Continue reading How to Be Both, Ali Smith

2015 · Fantasy · Fiction · Humour · Review Request · Romance · YA

Down the Wormhole (Wormhole #1), Ana Franco (*)

Published: 2015 by Author | 173 Pages | Review Request Medusa is a nice girl, Aphrodite is empowering, Loki vanished on thin air, Isis doesn’t have a memory and Anubis is the only sane one. Join them all in an adventure that mixes the styles of ABC’s Once Upon A Time and Rick Riordan’s Percy… Continue reading Down the Wormhole (Wormhole #1), Ana Franco (*)

2016 · Book Reviews · Fiction · Humour · Review Request · Romance

Second Helpings at the Serve You Right Café, Tilia Klebenov Jacobsaf (*)

Published 2015 by Linden Tree Press | Pages: | Received from NetGalley.com What if the world didn’t want you to go straight?  Out on parole after almost ten years in prison, Emet First is repairing his shattered life. He has friends, a job, and his first date in a decade. The young woman, Mercedes Finch,… Continue reading Second Helpings at the Serve You Right Café, Tilia Klebenov Jacobsaf (*)

2016 · Book Club · Book Reviews · Crime · Fiction · Grief · Humour

Elizabeth is Missing, Emma Healey

Published: 2015 by Penguin | Pages: 275 | RAD Book Club Book #4 ‘Elizabeth is missing’, reads the note in Maud’s pocket in her own handwriting. Lately, Maud’s been getting forgetful. She keeps buying peach slices when she has a cupboard full, forgets to drink the cups of tea she’s made and writes notes to… Continue reading Elizabeth is Missing, Emma Healey

2015 · Book Reviews · Fiction · Humour · Romance

You’re the One that I Want, Giovanna Fletcher

Published: 2014 by Michael Joseph | Page: 372 Maddy, dressed in white, stands at the back of the church. At the end of the aisle is Rob – the man she’s about to marry. Next to Rob is Ben – best man and the best friend any two people ever had. And that’s the problem.… Continue reading You’re the One that I Want, Giovanna Fletcher

2015 · Book Reviews · Fiction · Humour · Romance · Travel

The Olive Branch, Jo Thomas (*)

Published: 2015 by Headline Review | Pages: 400 | Sent from bookbridgr.com It’s amazing what you can buy online these days: Memorabilia Fashion accessories A crumbling Italian farmhouse… After a Prosecco-fuelled girls’ night in gets out of hand, Ruthie Collins awakes to discover that she has bid for her dream Italian home online – and… Continue reading The Olive Branch, Jo Thomas (*)