The Forgotten Garden ~ Kate Morton

This story moves effortlessly between the English West Country, London and Brisbane encompassing the early part of the 20th century, the seventies and the beginning of the 21st century. A mystery around the apparent abandonment of a little girl who throughout her own life and her grand daughters they seek to find out who she […]

Paradise House ~ Erica James

Genevieve’s home is anywhere other than Paradise or so it seems, she is the lynchpin of the family and the one who takes responsibility for the family bed and breakfast business that is Paradise House. A little bit of Welsh sunshine and beach gives this summer holiday read a smile. You are kept guessing all […]

Summer at Tiffany’s ~ Karen Swan

Cassie is a more than a budding flower amongst the London Rich and Successful. Having a share of a dream business of vintage fine dining catering amongst the reasonably wealthy she hangs on the arm of Henry a good looking modern day explorer. His sister and her best friend also has a dream job organising […]

Falling Leaves ~ Adeline Yen Mah

  Autobiographical account which makes for some uncomfortable reading. Chinese daughter railing against her family’s wishes for her. Despite the arguments and what life throws at her , Adeline succeeds against all odds. Without giving too much of the story away you know that you will cry with her and feel her despair, but hold […]