REVIEW: Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak

Tweet Stevie‘s review of Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak Women’s Fiction published by Berkley 17 Oct 17 Much as I love my family, I struggle to spend more than a couple of days with them without being driven up the wall. At least I can usually escape...

REVIEW: The Nearness of You by Dorothy Garlock

Tweet Stevie‘s review of The Nearness of You by Dorothy Garlock Historical Women’s Fiction published by Grand Central Publishing 11 Jul 17 Having enjoyed my first book (out of an extensive bibliography) by Dorothy Garlock, I decided to give her latest one...

REVIEW: A Mother Like Mine by Kate Hewitt

Tweet Stevie‘s review of A Mother Like Mine (Hartley-by-the-Sea, Book 3) by Kate Hewitt Women’s Fiction published by Berkley 08 Aug 17 While I greatly enjoyed the first Hartley-by-the-Sea novel, and loved the characters and setting of the second, my...

REVIEW: The Silk Weaver’s Wife by Debbie Rix

Tweet Veena’s review of The Silk Weaver’s Wife by Debbie Rix Women’s Fiction published by Bookouture 19 Jul 17 I expected to enjoy this book when I requested it from NetGalley. What  I did not expect was to be half the night in the middle of my work...

REVIEW: I See You by Clare Mackintosh

Tweet Stevie‘s review of I See You by Clare Mackintosh Women’s Crime Fiction published by Berkley 21 Feb 17 Identity theft and stalking are two crimes everyone is very aware of these days, and a perpetrator who combines aspects of both offences against the...