The Violets of March by Sarah Jio

 This is my first Sarah Jio’s book, and  I was very impressed. There’s drama, romance, suspense, and tragedy. In short, it’s a tearjerker. The book is about Emily, a recent divorcee, and burnt-out author. Her ex-husband of five years was leaving her for a younger woman, and they were already engaged. The last straw for…

I’ve got your number by Sophie Kinsella

I love reading Sophie Kinsella because she writes romantic comedies that are actually funny and playful and then serious. So, the book is about Poppy Wyatt, who is a physiotherapist. She should be feeling satisfied with her life. She has two brothers who she cares about, is earning good money working as a physiotherapist and…

The 15th affair by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

It is the 15th in James Patterson’s women murder club series. As always, remarkable book by James Patterson. It’s about  Detective Lindsay Boxer. She has this husband who seems like a charming person. I was rooting for them when they initially started dating (in 3rd degree). Anyways, her seemingly perfect understanding husband is now a…

Masterpiece by Francine Rivers

The first thing to expect when reading a Francine River book is a love story between two unlikely characters. The Masterpiece was centered on two main characters Roman Valesco AKA Bobby Ray Dean and Grace Moore. As always Francine Rivers pitted two seemingly different characters together, and you should expect a love story. Nothing steamy…