Tag Archive: Family

ARC Book Review: The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

ashley | You guys… when I discovered that Kate Morton finally write a new book, I did everything I could to get my hands on an advance copy. I’m talking desperate please and… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: A Muse For Fire by Heidi Heilig

ashley | I absolutely adored Heidi Heilig’s Girl from Everywhere series. I think it was easily my favourite book of 2016. And while I’d love to revisit those characters, when I saw that… Continue reading

Book Review: Girl Made Of Stars by Ashley Herring Blake

ashley | Sobbing. Just sobbing. I knew I was going to love this book before I even started, but the characters, the conversations and the reactions made me love it even more than… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

ashley | Ruth Ware seemed to come out of nowhere and then suddenly she was everywhere. I read an ARC of In A Dark, Dark Wood when it came out and while I… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Odd & True by Cat Winters

ashley | Have I told you lately how much I love Cat Winters? Cat Winters does no wrong. Every time I read a new book of hers, I don’t think she can impress me… Continue reading

Book Review: Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

veronica | Once in a while a book comes along and I read it as the show is released on television. I knew that I wanted to read Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty before… Continue reading

Blog Tour + Excerpt + ARC Book Review: The Party by Robyn Harding

This is our stop during the blog tour for The Party by Robyn Harding. This blog tour was organized by Simon and Schuster Canada and runs from June 5-9, 2017. Kim, THAT NIGHT  Kim should have… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: I Found You by Lisa Jewel

ashley | Lisa Jewel worked her way onto my radar a couple years ago with The House We Grew Up In and then again last year with The Girls In The Garden, and both books made… Continue reading

Book Review: The End Of Our Story by Meg Haston

ashley | I was absolutely floored by Meg Haston’s Paperweight when I read it two years ago. She had such a real, raw way of talking about something so serious that even though it wasn’t… Continue reading