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.

Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte

  4 out of 5* for Agnes Grey. A very sweet, clean and interesting love story. No exuberance of emotions and no unnatural and profane declarations in this book! Initially I found it a bit dull and was losing my patience with the lengthened descriptions of her situation. But then, on second thoughts these were…

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…

A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks

    Definitely a 5* book for me! Well, to begin with I like reading stories with mature individuals and am not into reading young adult fiction at all because for some reason it gives me the creeps, I don’t know why! It is only on the recommendation of my dearest friend Anne that I…

The Toll-Gate by Georgette Heyer

The Toll Gate was an interesting read and my rating is hovering somewhere between 3.75* to 4* for this Georgette Heyer work, the reasons for which I shall elaborate further in my review below. The best feature of this book for me is it’s outstanding characterisation, which is typical Heyer, with an incredulous hero, equally…

The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks

  Well, nothing much to say about the book. Its fine. Though I expected something better since I took it after A Walk to Remember, which was amazing. This one is not as squeaky clean as A Walk to Remember and it is based more on the believes in superstitions and lucky charms, something hard…

Storm & Silence by Robert Thier

This is an honest review at request of the author in exchange for a free copy of the book. ⚠⚠⚠CAUTION: SPOILERS AHEAD⚠⚠⚠ Well I am a huge historical fiction lover and have an exasperating requirement of perfect period details. So when I started reading Storm and Silence I was not getting the click since the…

The Professor by Charlotte Bronte

  3.85* out of 5 to The Professor By Charlotte Bronte. Well, to begin with I took up this book solely for the fact that it was a Charlotte Bronte work and having read Jane Eyre I had much higher expectations from The Professor as well. I say had because sadly it was not on…