Tony’s Wife – Review

I received a free review copy from the publisher (Harper Books) in exchange for an honest review. ‚ÄúDuty-bound love is the Italian girl’s area of expertise. The Italian woman is a master craftsman at the art of sacrifice. But love, romantic, wild, impetuous, unguarded, and free? Chi Chi had never experienced it. Love had alwaysContinue reading “Tony’s Wife – Review”

The Matter is Life – Short Stories

How do you feel about short stories? Are they a regular part of your reading or do you find that after you read them you feel like the story is incomplete? I remember thinking when I tried short stories in the past they felt unfinished since I had become accustomed to reading a complete book.Continue reading “The Matter is Life – Short Stories”

Unmarriageable – Review

Thank you to the author, Soniah Kamal and publisher, Penguin Random House for a free copy in exchange for an honest review. “Jane Austen is ruthless when it comes to drawing-room hypocrisy. She’s blunt, impolite, funny, and absolutely honest. She’s Jane Khala, one of those honorary good aunts who tells it straight and looks outContinue reading “Unmarriageable – Review”

That Kind of Mother – Review

Thank you Ecco Books for the gifting me a copy of this book to read and review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. “Children accept. It’s adults who struggle.” – That Kind of Mother, Rumaan Alam The essence of this book revolves around motherhood of course. I’m not a mother but the synopsis madeContinue reading “That Kind of Mother – Review”

Boardwalk Summer- Review

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author, Meredith Jaeger, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Boardwalk Summer is told in alternating POVs from the past and present, and I wondered how the life of Violet Hastings (1940), a beautiful young woman with aspirationsContinue reading “Boardwalk Summer- Review”