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Book Review: The Perfect Dress By Louisa Leaman

Plot: Fran’s wedding dress shop isn’t like any other. A treasure trove of history, filled with gowns from every decade for every type of bride. But not as you’d expect. Something bold for the shy and retiring.Something simple for the woman who is unafraid to stand out.And something dazzling for the bride who wouldn’t normallyContinue reading “Book Review: The Perfect Dress By Louisa Leaman”

Book Review: The Naughty Or Nice Clause By Kate Callaghan

Plot: When Lyla’s father retired as CEO of the toy company which has been in their family for generations, she was meant to receive his shares. Instead, she discovers the company is bankrupt and her father has given her shares to Mason Klaus, an investor known in the corporate world for his cold and callousContinue reading “Book Review: The Naughty Or Nice Clause By Kate Callaghan”

The Christmas Postcards By Karen Swan

Plot: Set in a chocolate-box village, a woman makes a surprising connection with a pen-pal that will change her life – and warm your heart – in the new novel from Sunday Times bestselling author Karen Swan. It had been a make-or-break holiday for their marriage, but Natasha and Rob’s rekindled romance is short-lived whenContinue reading “The Christmas Postcards By Karen Swan”

Book Review: The Sh!te Before Christmas By Serena Terry

Plot: Christmas time, toddler meltdowns, teenage angst, marriage problems and WINE. This year, the perfect Christmas is going to take a miracle… Twas the sh!te before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring except for … mum! Like every mum, Tara wants a perfect Christmas for her family – but no-oneContinue reading “Book Review: The Sh!te Before Christmas By Serena Terry”

Book Review: The Great Gatsby By F.Scott Fitzgerald

Plot: A true classic of American literature. The Great Gatsby celebrates a heightened sensibility to the promises of life, an American capacity for hope that remains unsullied even by the falsity of what it pursues. Fitzgerald’s clean, elegant style evokes to perfection the glitter and charm of the Jazz Age, as well as the falsenessContinue reading “Book Review: The Great Gatsby By F.Scott Fitzgerald”

Book Review: The Dead Zone By Stephen King

Plot: Johnny, the small boy who skated at breakneck speed into an accident that for one horrifying moment plunged him into The Dead Zone. Johnny Smith, the small-town schoolteacher who spun the wheel of fortune and won a four-and-a-half-year trip into The Dead Zone. John Smith, who awakened from an interminable coma with an accursed power—the powerContinue reading “Book Review: The Dead Zone By Stephen King”

Book Review: Merrily Ever After By Cathy Bramley

Plot: Two strangers. One big secret. And a Christmas to remember . . . Merry has always wanted a family to spend Christmas with, and this year her dream comes true as she says ‘I do’ to father-of-two Cole. But as she juggles her rapidly-growing business, wedding planning and the two new children in herContinue reading “Book Review: Merrily Ever After By Cathy Bramley”

Book Review: A Seaside Wonder By Melissa Tagg

Plot: In one evening, Indi’s world falls apart. Enter the shy professor her family mistakes for her fiancé…make that ex-fiancé. Professor Philip West never wanted to return to Maine . . . or his grandfather’s miserable old house. But after his mother’s death, he’s now the guardian of a teenage half sister he barely knows—oneContinue reading “Book Review: A Seaside Wonder By Melissa Tagg”

Book Review: The Most Likely Club By Elyssa Friedland

Plot: At their milestone high school reunion, a group of friends make a pact to finally achieve their high school superlatives one way or another, in the lively new novel from the acclaimed author of Last Summer at the Golden Hotel. In 1997, grunge is king, Titanic is a blockbuster (and Blockbuster still exists), and Thursday nights areContinue reading “Book Review: The Most Likely Club By Elyssa Friedland”

Book Review: The Player Next Door By Elizabeth Davis

Plot: Logan Walsh doesn’t do relationships.Clare Thompson doesn’t do casual.What could possibly bring them together? Finance bro Logan and tabletop game designer Clare couldn’t be more different. They know this because their apartments face each other, and they’ve noticed. But not, you know, in a creepy way. Still, when they get stuck in the elevatorContinue reading “Book Review: The Player Next Door By Elizabeth Davis”

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