Life in the Chastity Zone By Holly Brandon

Some may want to dismiss this book as chick lit and romance genre. But this book is much more than romance. It is a deep dive into relationships from two POV’s. The protagonist Chastity “Chase” Morgan is a smart, funny, tightly-wound, 30-year-old modern woman who is like your own girlfriend, one you like to spendContinue reading “Life in the Chastity Zone By Holly Brandon”

The Piano by Chari Smith

It is an amazing feeling to receive a digital review copy of a book. That is to read and review a book before it reaches other readers. Hence I was elated when I received a review request from Chari Smith, author of the book The Piano. It is only recently that I seem to haveContinue reading “The Piano by Chari Smith”

Thanks Carissa for ruining my life by Dallas Woodburn

I am a big fan of Dallas after I finished reading her book The Best Week That Never Happened. The book left such an impression on me that I re-read it two times and each time I was flooded with emotions that refused to go away. When I was approached for her next work I grabbed theContinue reading “Thanks Carissa for ruining my life by Dallas Woodburn”

Caterpillar’s Surprise by Janet Halfmann

My excitement knew no bounds when I received an ARC of Janet Halfmann’s latest book, “Caterpillar’s Surprise”. I was hoping to win the book because of the adorable book cover which drew me towards it. This was a completely new author for me to read. When it comes to children’s books I prefer to stickContinue reading “Caterpillar’s Surprise by Janet Halfmann”

Theodore and the bear from London by Cory Q Tan

Another masterpiece from the fabulous storyteller. This review was long overdue and due to several hurdles I was unable to add this. Having read other books Cory, I was exhilarated to receive another book for review. He didn’t disappoint me in the least. The moment I opened the book to read with my daughter, sheContinue reading “Theodore and the bear from London by Cory Q Tan”

The Orange Dragon Bowl by Betty P Notzon

Genre: Fiction, Realistic Fiction, Young Adult, Contemporary fiction Rating:5/5 I wasn’t prepared for what this book had in store for me. By the look of the cover, I thought it must be some intriguing fantasy. The book cover is a mighty coverup for the avalanche of emotions this book has packed inside itself. Even thoughContinue reading “The Orange Dragon Bowl by Betty P Notzon”

The Old Black Curtain by C J Paxton

Everyone has often heard or used the phrase, ‘Looks can be deceptive’. This phrase exactly fits this book. The Old Black Curtain by CJ Paxton is a tour de force. The book cover is does not reflect what goes on in the book. At first glance I thought it must be some mystery, but was taken by sheer surpriseContinue reading “The Old Black Curtain by C J Paxton”

Tale of The Winter Lands: J.D. Bass

I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. My views are not influenced or have any bias for the writer or publisher. Don’t be mislead by the title. I picked up the book thinking that it must a collection of short stories about winter and its many wonders. The book,Continue reading “Tale of The Winter Lands: J.D. Bass”

The Broken Vows:Jane Kiarie

I have been searching for some quick reads online and came across this book on one such search. The title and the blurb caught my immediate attention. A short read of 51 pages, this book can turn into a much bigger novella. The book touches upon raw human emotions without any cover-up. The emotions areContinue reading “The Broken Vows:Jane Kiarie”

Boy Under Water: Adam Baron

GENRE: Young readers, Children’s, Contemporary My Rating: 3/5 I picked up this book since the cover had me thinking what it had in store for me. I was jumping to conclusions about some adventure or mystery behind the pages. But what Adam Baron brings forth in the pages was not what I had expected, itContinue reading “Boy Under Water: Adam Baron”