‘Plain English’ is book three in the ‘Full English’ series. I loved all of the installments and highly recommend reading from the beginning if you haven’t already. Claire has moved from Amberwick to London so that she can paint and sell her artwork in the
2020 has been a weird year. The Pandemic negatively impacted my reading and reviewing with a general lack of concentration. I just couldn’t get into the books I was reading for awhile. Once I did, I found I was more critical than usual. So apologies
‘Nick’ is an attorney who gets laid off. She falls into to doing repo work with some interesting characters. She meets a cute teacher at the office and they get ordered to repossess a series of increasingly bizarre vehicles. This book was just OK for
This is, and will be, the best book released this year. I don’t want to set too high of expectations for all of you, but I can’t help it. I truly enjoyed this book better than most I’ve read. It has gone directly into my
This book has been a tough one for me to review. It is extremely well written. It felt like I was reading a timeless classic with a unique central character that was experiencing an epic journey of discovery. But this story did not make me
When your bully comes calling. Sam is a single mother in New Orleans. A marketing professional just trying to get by. Her simple life is thrown into turmoil when her high school bully, Ashley, comes back to town unexpectedly. I really enjoyed this book. There
Female Robyn Hood. There is no question that Anna Burke can write. She can set a scene simply by changing her writing style to match the era of her stories. And it is because of her writing that I was able to get through this.
An exciting pirate story set in the future. What was not to like about this? If you are looking for robust storytelling and world building, then this is the book for you. Extra points for lots of strong women characters. This story is about a