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MJ Reads · 11M ago

Review – Eligible: A Modern Retelling of Pride and Prejudice

  RATING: 3.0  Publication date April 19, 2016 by Random House  I’m a fan of retellings of Jane Austen, whether in books of films. Most of Austen’s writing depends on observations social con...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

Review: Wannabe Porn Money & Mummy

RATING: 5 STARS  This is Lauren Barnard’s third chick-lit book in her series, involving the adventures of Poppy and Jazz. I love Laura’s writing because she captures genuine emotions without...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

Book Review: The Gossips

RATING: 3.5 STARS The Gossips  highlights the hypocritical, self-righteous small town mindset behind the polite facade of a close community.  The Gossips is a perceptive and engaging look at...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

Review: Eeny Meeny – 5 Stars

Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge is a British suspense/thriller novel. It is the first book in DI Helen Grace Thriller series. DI Helen Grace is youngest female to be promoted to Detective Inspect...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

Review: Wreck and Order

REVIEW: 2 STARS Wreck and Order by Hannah Tennant-Moore is about Elsie, a twenty-something who wants to change her life, but must first deal with her inner problems. Courtesy of her father, ...
MJ Reads · 12M ago

Review: My Name is Lucy Barton

RATING: 4 STARS If you’ve ever been hospitalized, in between the routine tests and  x-rays, there are long periods of time spent alone. Free from the responsibilities of your life, long stre...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

Review: American Housewife

RATING:  3.5 American Housewife is a collection of twelve short stories which focus on the lives of modern American housewives, based in New York City or the South. The dark humor stories ra...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

Review: The Swans of Fifth Avenue

RATING: 4 STARS The Swans of Fifth Avenue: A Novel refer to the uber wealthy women of 1950s New York, who glide with ease through their world of fashion, lunch, and parties. Babe Paley, Slim...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

The Outsider by Frederick Forsyth

RATING: 5 STARS Frederick Forsyth, author of  several successful spy thrillers, such as The Day of The Jackal and The Odessa File had a feeling of authenticity- simply because his real life ...
MJ Reads · 11M ago

Book Review: The Debt and The Doormat

RATING: 5 STARS If you need a good laugh, check out this book. “The Debt and The Doormat” is British author Laura Barnard’s first book. This light-hearted story of two female roommates book ...