The Law of the Heart is a gripping, emotional, captivating and emotional novel – one of the best I’ve read in a long time!
It is 1715 and for Duncan Melville something fundamental is missing from his life. Despite a flourishing legal practice and several close friends, he is lonely, even more so after the recent death of his father. He needs a wife—a companion through life, someone to hold and be held by. What he wasn’t expecting was to be torn away from everything he knew and find said woman in 2016…
What makes a family? This wonderful novel explores that question through the story of a same-sex couple and the woman who agrees to be their “GC”: gestational carrier, or surrogate.
Battle Royal by Lucy Parker gave me everything I could want – giggles, slow-burn steam, a cat, and cakes along with a bit of ugly crying because it broke my heart just a little but the ending more than made up for that.
Such a Good Wife by Seraphina Nova Glass Published August 10, 2021by Harlequin Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Mystery & Thrillers From the Publisher Betrayal was just the beginning… Melanie Hale is a devoted mother to her two children, a diligent caregiver to her ailing mother-in-law and a trusted neighbor in their wealthy Louisiana community. Above all, […]
In the captivating second book of the Soli Hansen Mysteries, two women—separated by more than three hundred years—are connected through their love of art.
Predictable but enjoyable read. I couldn’t flip the pages fast enough!
Cassie Woodson is adrift. After suffering an epic tumble down the corporate ladder, Cassie finds the only way she can pay her bills is to take a thankless temp job reviewing correspondence for a large-scale fraud suit. The daily drudgery amplifies all that her life is lacking—love, friends, stability—and leaves her with too much time on her hands, which she spends fixating on the mistakes that brought her to this point.
Well written and interesting but not for me
Sometimes, the most perfect families are hiding the most terrible secrets. How well do you know the people next door…?