Book Review

Midnight’s Star (Shades of Night #1) by @shilpaauthor Love & Courage! @BookReviewTours #Bookreview

Midnight’s Star is an emotional book and one that reminds us that the world is not equal for all of us. A hero who is disabled and a heroine who has enough emotional and financial issues to bury a town under make an unlikely pair in Midnight’s Star. This is the first book in the …

The Austen Escape #BritishLiterature @katherine_reay

📚💛💚An author whose second book, The Austen Escape I picked immediately after reading the first one, The Bronte Plot that was an equally enjoyable read. Though this review is a long time coming. Hope to keep the reviews coming. 📚💚💛 I first read The Bronte Plot by Katherine Reay a couple of years ago and enjoyed the different, layered, realistic …

Breaking Free: A Novella & Other Stories by Mohua Maulik @mysilverstreaks

Breaking Free: A Novella & Other Stories is a book with subtle messages and surprising twists. Crisp tales of strength!! The book speaks of women, their stories, struggles, and the hard-fought battles that often leave them unhappy and doubting their abilities. Breaking Free is an unusual book in its format since it has a novella …

Where’d You Go, Bernadette? #BookReview #ReadingWithMuffy

The story unfolds so fast that I was eagerly waiting for the emails to arrive. Bernadette expresses herself with the emails and I got a peek into her struggle to be a good mother more than the woman she was. The celebrated architect forgotten in the effort to be a mom.
The book started out with her struggle of a mom to avoid confrontation with other parents and turned into race to evade the mental asylum.