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Lucy Dillon’s uplifting and satisfying new comfort read, about family and love, offers a satisfying literary escape that will tug at your heartstrings. Chock-full of thought-provoking themes that include parenting, marriage, honesty and choices, All I Ever Wanted tackles both emotional issues and family dynamics in an easy, well-paced story, complete with a loveable pair… Read More

Australia's Liane Moriarty has done it again, with a captivating story about something that we all think will never happen to us, but so easily could. You know, the story you hear about on the news about the family who did such and such and you react with a tut-tut because how could they possibly… Read More

Ever so subtle is the hint of Autumn on the air, an expectant waiting for the leaves to turn and the sunsets to happen a little earlier. What better time to start stockpiling up some engaging women’s fiction to cosy up with in the coming months. If, like me, you can’t help but enjoy a… Read More

Justine Cantrell is a mother, a proud mother to Abby, Ben and Tallulah. She is also a wife, a happy wife to Matt Cantrell. But for now, Justine wants to be who she was before she stepped into that murky and risk-laden world of marriage and motherhood. She wants to be Justine McQuillan all over… Read More

Ella Griffin’s The Flower Arrangement invites you into the enchanting world of flowers. You will find yourself immersed in delicate blossoms and heady fragrances and will be inspired to take a trip to your local flower shop - no doubt coming away with arms laden - within a few pages of this book. A personal… Read More

Best-selling author Jennifer Weiner is known for her tales that touch the heart. I was surprised to discover that, while previous books have had romantic threads, Who Do You Love, her latest offering, is her first proper love story. Inspired by her real-life romance with Sports Illustrated Books editor Bill Syken, this heartfelt book is… Read More

This is an interesting novel: stylistically quite modern and vintage 1950s in tone. It portrays a really interesting slice of life at a time when women stayed at home and devotedly followed their husbands wherever they went. In this case, the young heroine, Charlotte is an educated young English woman who falls in love with… Read More

The one question that many writers dread (and consequently get asked the most often) is where they get their creative ideas. Many people who don’t write seem to be under the impression that plot ideas spring into the world fully formed, like Athena emerging from Zeus’ forehead, and that writers are merely better equipped, better… Read More

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