Historical fiction, Romance

The Valet’s Secret by Josi S. Kilpack 

This is a very cute, simple and straightforward old romance. It is a quick read with nothing to say against it. You will get exactly what you wanted if you pick it up, expecting the descriptions I began the review.Our lead protagonists are two individuals who have reached a stage in life that they should… Continue reading The Valet’s Secret by Josi S. Kilpack 

Non Fiction

Hidden by Cristina Salvador Klenz

A photobook was one of the first things that really got me interested in the stories that they told. When I saw this particular volume. It interested me in two parts. I only recently (in the last few years) found out that the Roma (colloquially known as gypsies) originated in India! So when I saw… Continue reading Hidden by Cristina Salvador Klenz

Children's fiction

Greta and the Ghost Hunters by Sam Copeland

This story is short and packed with many hijinks(a word that best fits the situations described here.Our lead protagonist is the odd daughter who does not take after her pretentious parents. Her brother, at the time of the narrative, is too young to fall under any category. Her grandmother is bedridden in the attic and… Continue reading Greta and the Ghost Hunters by Sam Copeland

Historical fiction

House Number 12 Block Number 3 by Sana Balagamwala

I found the writing in this story the highlight. It draws you in little by little. The story begins at one point in the timeline and moves back and forth before showing us a more recent update (although that is still not contemporary).The house tells the story (which is not a spoiler, given that the… Continue reading House Number 12 Block Number 3 by Sana Balagamwala

Chick lit, Mystery

#FollowMe for Murder (Trending Topic Mysteries, #1) by Sarah E. Burr

This falls under the category of lighter cozy mysteries. We have a young, good looking and self-made woman who finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation when it occurs in her client's shop.Coco is an enterprising woman. She has found a niche that I would have otherwise poo-poohed if not for the presentation… Continue reading #FollowMe for Murder (Trending Topic Mysteries, #1) by Sarah E. Burr