Reading Liane Moriarty’s new book was a bit like meeting with an old friend, realising how much you missed them!
I have the strength of a woman who has everything to loose. says Karen, the protagonist of the The
‘There’s something about death that gets under your skin and destroys you from the inside. Nobody warns you about it
Before I knew Mr Swanson, I had no idea how enjoyable the cat-and-mouse games were to read. I still remember
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens Yay or nay: Yay a million times. 4.5 🌟 Let me tell you
One cannot argue that Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is a page turner. But does it go beyond
It’s my stop today on the fabulous Stranger Diaries Blog tour. If you’re a regular visitor of my blog you
Today it’s my turn on House of Glass blog tour! I am extremely happy to be a stop on the
No risks could be taken. If someone, most likely nosy Lila, ended up in her en- suite and saw one
If you ask me to review Melmoth in one sentence, I will say: Melmoth was a punch in the face.
This review contains major plot spoilers including what happens in the end of The Corset. Please don’t read more than
Hello everyone! It’s been a busy 10 days for me, and tumbleweeds were rolling on the blog. I had my