After the Crash

The room was almost silent.  A a slight chill from the temporarily shaded sun gave me a shiver.  Silence was broken every time a bleep emitted from the machine that the body had been attached to.  I call it a body, because it was impossible to distinguish at a first glance whether it was male … Continue reading After the Crash

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My Review – Watch For Me By Twilight by Kirsty Ferry

Delivered to my kindle by the wonderful Choc-Lit for an honest review! Read over a couple of sunny summer days, swinging in a hammock beneath a cherry tree. Synopsis Lady Cassandra, known as Cassie, decides to relieve her heavily pregnant sister in law, Elodie, of the burden of an open event at Hartsford Hall.  Not … Continue reading My Review – Watch For Me By Twilight by Kirsty Ferry

My Review – The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows

August Book Club Title Read over an August night, lying next to a sighing husband, who does not seem impressed with the new bedroom reading lights!  It should also be mentioned, that he, of husband fame, is not a fan of an emotional reader: Giggling, weeping or otherwise, and especially at hours between 0100 and … Continue reading My Review – The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows

My Review – Hunting Unicorns by Bella Pollen

A generous loan from a friend and teacher! Read during convalescence, Spring 2018. Synopsis Maggie Monroe is an American journalist who is fiercely independent and courageous. Less than thrilled to be saddled with researching the decline of the English Aristocracy she sets off to England with two male colleagues. Rory Bevan is flailing at keeping … Continue reading My Review – Hunting Unicorns by Bella Pollen

My Review – The Truth Lies Buried by Morton S. Gray

Delivered directly to my kindle by the lovely people of Choc-Lit for an honest review. Read over a couple of weekday evenings, in the sticky heat of a city in summer. Synopsis Jenny returns to her childhood home, the seaside town of Borteen, in sad circumstances.  Facing the future,  and encouraged by her friend, she … Continue reading My Review – The Truth Lies Buried by Morton S. Gray