Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

  Reading this book took me back to the world of Jane Eyre again. Heroine from a reduced background, trying to make ends meet, comes across the mysterious yet appealing hero. The key attraction of the book to me was the story play. It’s flow from present to past and some intermingling of both in…

The Painter’s Daughter by Julie Klassen

*** May Contain Spoilers*** The Painter’s Daughter is my first ever Julie Klassen book. I had wanted to read her for so long, and finally did have a copy and started on with that feeling of relished anticipation of reading a generally much loved author for the first time. And I should emphatically venture that it was…

The Sound of Silver (Steadfast Love Series #2) by Rachelle Rea Cobb 

​Honest review in exchange of a copy of the book.  *Spoiler Alert* A few months back I had read and reviewed The Sound of Diamonds, Rachelle Rea Cobb‘s first book from ‘The Steadfast Love’ Series and had found it compelling. I was moved after reading it and was eager to know the future events in line for…

These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer

  This review is just a picture of how personally I take my books and how involved I get! Great many spoilers and fan girl babbling ahead! Now I don’t know how this happened but it was just a coincidence that I read The Black Moth before reading These Old Shades and I hadn’t read…

The Captive Imposter (The Everstone Chronicles #3) by Dawn Crandall

  “I can’t bear the thought of you anywhere but with me.” And yet again I ask the same question: Is it really possible to fall in love with fictitious characters? I have discovered that it very much is and I’ve been bitten by the Everstone bug! Absolutely, undoubtedly and unreservedly loved, loved, loved the…

The Bound Heart (The Everstone Chroncicles #2) by Dawn Crandall

Honest review on author request against a copy of the book and my unwavering enthusiasm and eagerness to experience the era and lives in The Everstone Chronicles. This review contains spoilers! “For what thou art is mine: Our state cannot be sever’d; we are one, One flesh; to lose thee were to lose myself.” I…

In The Eye of The Storm by Robert Thier

  Review on author request in exchange of a copy of the book.   First a journey through some of the most memorable dialogues and humorous lines from the book: “If you hear him calling, he’ll probably not be calling you for help but ordering you to come!” “To what purpose have you initiated this…

Emma by Jane Austen

Emma by Jane Austen is one of the best books in British Literature and a prized read.