A Bollywood Affair

by Sonali Dev The concept of this story was unusual and intriguing. Mili was married in India at 4 years old. She hasn’t seen her husband since he lives in America. Now grown, Mili wins a fellowship to study in Michigan and is looking forward to reuniting with her husband. Meanwhile, thinking the marriage had … Continue reading A Bollywood Affair

How to Capture a Countess

by Karen Hawkins “Financial standing, a social position beyond what she has now, and a husband to dote upon her every wish. What more could she ask for?” “Maybe youth. Vigor. Teeth.” “Lord Cameron has his own teeth.” Margaret narrowed her eyes at the other candidate. “I’m not so certain about Munro. They seemed somewhat clacky … Continue reading How to Capture a Countess

Doctor, Soldier, Daddy

By Caro Carson I took a chance on this author because it came highly recommended by one of my favorite authors who reads Ms. Carson herself when she wants some super light reading. This is still another time I was disappointed by a favorite author’s recommendation. Yes, it was light. Boy, was it light. As … Continue reading Doctor, Soldier, Daddy


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About my Reviews

I’ve been reviewing books on Amazon and Goodreads for quite a few years now. This is a compilation of those reviews. They are rated on a 5 star scale. You will find that most of the books have one thing in common: They are happy and they feature women. Sad things may happen, but by the end, you will not be depressed. Unless you’re weird.

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