Hello readers! I hope your week and weekend was great. I read 2 books, post 3 reviews and won 1 book in giveaways. That sums pretty good. After long time I watched a movie on TV- My Cousin Vinny. It was old but I enjoyed it.



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This was my first physical ARC from publisher and I enjoyed reading it. Writing world building was great and I even liked characters but few things were not fresh, it felt like ‘I’ve read and heard it all’. 4 star rating from me. review will be up this week.



This was fantastic, mind blowing psychological thriller. It had most creepiest villain I ever read. This was my second book by author and I’m sure I’ll read anything written by her. It will 5 star review, I’ll post it later this week.


Has Anyone Seen My Sex Life?by Kristen Bailey

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It’s normal for your washing machine to get more action than you, right?

I wake up, bleary-eyed.

It’s been two years, six months and three hours since I last shaved my legs, and the llama-patterned knickers I’m wearing have seen better days.

We have seven minutes before the kids wake up, and my husband shuffles closer. ‘Ouch,’ he says, a piece of Lego sticking into his back.

Then, a light comes on in the landing. Small footsteps creep down the stairs. A little voice screams, ‘IS SOMEONE COMING TO MAKE BREAKFAST?!’

All hopes of having some ‘alone time’ is replaced with wondering if we’ve run out of Cheerios, thinking about the overflowing laundry, and remembering that I forgot to take out the recycling. Again.
Just a typical Monday morning for the Morton family…

Except today, when I go downstairs in my dressing gown, I find something. Something belonging to my husband. Something that definitely wasn’t mentioned in the wedding vows. And it’s either going to make us… or break us.

An utterly hilarious and unmissable novel for anyone who has ever felt like they spend more time washing the dishes than getting lucky. Fans of Why Mummy Drinks and The Unmumsy Mum, and rom-coms by Sophie Ranald and Sophie Kinsella, will ugly laugh at this gloriously funny and relatable read.

It sounds interesting and fun read, right? I had to request it when I saw it on NetGalley and I knew I’ll need it after reading You Are Mine.

Esme’s Gift (Esme Series #2) by Elizabeth Foster

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In the enchanted world of Aeolia, fifteen-year-old Esme Silver is faced with her hardest task yet. She must master her unruly Gift – the power to observe the past – and uncover the secrets she needs to save her mother, Ariane.

In between attending school in the beguiling canal city of Esperance, Esme and her friends – old and new – travel far and wide across Aeolia, gathering the ingredients for a potent magical elixir.

Their journey takes them to volcanic isles, sunken ruins and snowy eyries, spectacular places fraught with danger, where they must confront their deepest fears and find hope in the darkest of places. Esme’s Gift, the second instalment in the Esme trilogy, is an enthralling fantasy adventure for readers 12 years and over.

I read first book Esme’s Wish around 2 years back. I don’t remember much just, I vaguely remember there was sirens and character found lot of things about her mother. I hope to recall things once I start reading this one.

Let’s discuss!

What did you read last week?
What are you planning to read this week?
Have you read any of these books?


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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading (76)

Hello Readers! I hope you had fantastic week.

My birthday week was great. We didn’t do anything special, it was just cozy birthday with family. I had a good time. And surprisingly I managed to read 3 books! I thought I wouldn’t have time to read one more this weekend but it was quick and short read that I finished in a day.

Last Week I Read-

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Currently was good with impressive world-building that featured Sirens. Review will be up tomorrow.
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This was quick and short and such a lovely story. I’m on blog tour for this book. Review will be up on 1st Nov.

Currently Reading-

I’m not reading anything right now. I thought to start Gravemaidens, but I read that it’s a bit slow and I’m not in a mood for slow read. I need something short and quick, so I’ll start, A Family by Christmas Viv Royce

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Chocolatier Emma Miller has a new business selling bonbons to the residents of the quaint town of Wood Creek. When a tiny visitor stops by her shop with an interesting request, Emma is intrigued. The young girl needs chocolates that will help her widowed dad fall in love, preferably with her teacher. What Emma didn’t count on was Casey’s ever so charming and handsome dad, Grant, stepping into her life. She has to remind herself to be cautious because the one thing she learned in foster care is that people always leave.

Pilot Grant Galloway is touched by his daughter’s gift and is curious about the person who made the world-class chocolates. But when he steps into Emma’s shop full of delicious smells and tasty morsels, he forgets to breathe. And it has nothing to do with his favorite dessert. She’s pretty and kind, and when she has to deal with a difficult client, his protective instincts kick into high gear. But he risked his heart once. When his wife died, it left him broken. He’s just now beginning to pick up the pieces, and he and his daughter will be leaving town once the holidays are over.

Thanks to some Christmas wishes, though, these two might discover that their carefully laid plans are about to change.

Wow, I read many Christmas books this year! But this will be last one. I don’t have any other Christmas read and I’m not planning to read any more after this one.
I have heard this was lovely and as sweet as chocolates. I can’t wait to start it.

Next this week-


From the acclaimed author of The Exes’ Revenge comes a gripping thriller about a woman who desperately wants a fresh start–but discovers that the past has a way of catching up no matter how far or how fast you run…

The morning after a terrible storm, a woman calling herself Charlie Miller turns up in a remote coastal village. She’s bought a crumbling, long-vacant cottage and keeps to herself, reluctant to integrate with the locals–because if they ever find out who she really is, and what she’s done, she’ll lose what little she has left.

Charlie has a secret: she served two years in prison for providing a false alibi for a murderer. It was the mistake of a woman in love, a woman who couldn’t believe her boyfriend was guilty–or lying to her. All she wants now is to start over. But as Charlie slowly lets down her guard and becomes friendly with her neighbours, she can’t shake the feeling that someone is watching her…someone who knows what she did. When one of her new friends suddenly disappears, Charlie’s worst fears are confirmed. She must confront her past head-on, but as she knows all too well, people aren’t always who they appear to be–and you can’t always outrun your mistakes…

I’m on blog tour for this book. Isn’t it interesting? My stop is on 1st so, I’m not starting it before 25th.

What are you reading this week? Have you read any of these books or planning to read soon? What do you think about them? Share you thoughts in comment-box below.



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It’s Birthday Monday! (75)

Hello Readers! Happy Monday, I hope you had great week.

I’m finally back to home. I honestly don’t like to visit my hometown for more than a week. I love comfort of my home. And It’s my birthday today! It was lovely to find 5 book post at my doorstep. It just made my day.

Last week I read only 1 book, here is what I read and what I’m planning to read this week-

Last Week I Read-


This was enjoyable. Loved that cover. Isn’t it cute? Review will be up later this week or next week on Monday.

Currently Reading-

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For once, Kate Peters would like a happy, family Christmas; the kind of Christmas seen in the movies. She wants harmony and happiness, smiling, glowing faces, tables groaning with food, carol singing around the tree. She wants love, kindness, and goodwill to all men, especially in her own house. What she doesn’t want is drama. Absolutely no drama, whatsoever.

But what she gets is three stroppy children, two equally stroppy
grandmothers, a husband who can’t manage to change a lightbulb, and Pepe the poodle. It’s no wonder she feels unappreciated, overworked, and ignored. At the end of her tinsel-coated tether, and with the only Christmas spirit being in the form of a bottle of raspberry gin, Kate decides to leave them to it, and see how they manage without her.

A quiet little hotel somewhere near the sea, where she can pretend
Christmas doesn’t exist, is just the thing she needs. Isn’t it?

I’m just 20% into the book and I already loved the family dynamic and tricky situation of 2 mothers at Kate’s place for Christmas week.

Next This Week-

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Every year, Nerene’s village shelters in Varasay City while the surrounding lands flood. Yet Varasay only protects those who obey its laws, and after Nerene’s boyfriend Sande starts a riot, he’s in danger of being cast out. Nerene manages to contact Lord Osperacy, a traveling thief with enough power and money to save Sande, but he’ll only help Nerene if she agrees to work for him.

Eager to save her boyfriend, Nerene takes the job. Yet working for Lord Osperacy means leaving Sande behind in Varasay City. It also means tolerating Lord Osperacy’s children who have a supernatural ability to make others do as they wish, an ability the family uses to manipulate and steal.

Just as Nerene begins to despair that she’ll never see Sande again, she meets Cressit, a wealthy, charming musician. Cressit offers to help Nerene reunite with Sande, but she’s not sure he can be trusted. He has a strange interest in the Osperacy family, and he seems to know more about Nerene than he should.

Even worse, the more time Nerene spends with Cressit, the less she thinks about Sande…

when author contacted saying, ‘It takes place in a flooded world and has some steampunk elements, explores social justice and the nature of power, and there is a tidbit of mermaid lore‘ how could I say no! It sounds interesting and I cannot wait to read it.

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading (74)

Hello Readers!

I’m back to my mom’s place. While my husband is conducting meeting and roaming streets of Boston (and New York in coming weekend), I decided to relax a bit and spend some time with my folks. They missed their granddaughter! But I tell you I don’t get that much time here. I didn’t even opened the flap of my laptop since 2 days, until now. But it’s always fun to boss my younger brother and there are many around to play with my daughter.

In terms of reading, I finished 2 books review 2 that finished previous week.

Last Week I Read-

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I loved Well Met. Right beside you was good, enjoyable but not that impressive. Both reviews will be up later this week.

Currently Reading

I’m not reading anything as of now. As I was not active past two days. Today I will catch up on posts and at the end of the day I will start next book.

Next This week-


Dagger and Scythe spent good decade’s together, stalking human prey at night, and taking out the targets the god Maniodes deems worthy. With one hundred years under her belt, Scythe is comfortable in her ways, and takes incredible enjoyment of her skills. Dagger may be new to the undead order, but he’s relishing in the work. The two of them together set beautiful bonfires, with the occasional corpse inside that fire.

When they enjoy each other’s time a little too much, and an entire village burns down because of it, Maniodes becomes sick of their rogue behavior. Regular punishments haven’t worked on either of them, so he tries something new: marrying them to each other. To keep each other in line or they’ll both end up properly dead.

Both have grown tired of the god’s odd punishments and lazy control, taking over his throne and the land of the dead should fix things.

Her scythe is perfectly curved for slicing.
His dagger, made of folded steel, is ready to strike.
But are they strong enough to take on gods? 

I read first book in this series, I quiet enjoyed the writing and unique plot. As far as I can tell from the synopsis, this is not exactly sequel but a filler of some points that were mentioned in first one. Let’s see if I’m right.

That’s it for the week. If (big if) I can finish this book by Friday, I’ll start another this weekend but I haven’t decided which yet.

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading (73)

Hey readers! I hope you all had great week. Last week has been good. I received a book from author and purchased few romance. I could I miss 60-70% amazon clearance sale. I’m going to read them all in December.

Last Week I Read-

It was a week filled with secrets because read titles with ‘secret’.


This was filled with lot of drama and Cliftons-Barringtons in bigger trouble, again. This series is getting better and better. Review will be up later this week.

Currently Reading

I’m not reading anything right now. But I’m thinking to start 2 books simultaneously.

Anne of Windy Willows

The fourth book about the red-haired Anne Shirley from Green Gables.

Now a young woman and her romance with Gilbert Blythe beginning to flourish, Anne Shirley becomes Principal of Summerside High School. But Summerside is virtually ruled by the Pringle family, who don’t want Anne at the school. It takes all of Anne’s courage and tact, and the comfort she draws from the eccentric household at Windy Willows, to overcome local prejudice and confront the dreaded Pringles.

It’s high time I start with classics again and read this 4th book of Anne of Green Gable that I purchased at the beginning of the year!

The simultaneous read will be,

Barnabas Tew and the Case of the Enlightened Cow by Columbkill Noonan

I can’t find this on Goodreads. I’m on blogtour for this book in mid September. I read previous 3 books in this series and I’m excited to find in which world Barnabas Tew and his assistant are going to solve another case.

What are you reading this week? Have you read any of these books or planning to read soon? What do you think about them? 
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