The Farm Stand by Amy Clipston

Salina has always been passionate about gardening and growing her own fruits and vegetables, and running her own business, it’s a dream come true. Her farm stand at the Amish Market is thriving and becomes very popular due to her beautiful produce. She is especially excited to spend time with her lovely cousins who also…

All the Flowers in Paris by Sarah Jio

Two women. Two heartbreaking stories. Caroline, an American living in Paris, wakes up in the hospital after a bicycle accident and suffers from a memory loss. She rents an apartment on the Seine that is rumored to be haunted and looks for clues that can help her understand what kind of life she had before…

Review: The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen

Twenty-seven-year-old Josie lives her too quiet and monotonous life in North Carolina. She is used to be ordered around by her bossy mother, to the looks and whispers when she is in the town and to the solitude. She doesn’t have friends or boyfriend. Her only refuge is her stuffed with candy and delicious treats…

5 Inspirational Books

When I need an inspiration I usually reach for the one book that I’m sure going to make me feel better. So, when I find myself scrolling around feeling down, I know it’s time to take my magical medicine: one of the following books, a huge cup of strong coffee and the cutest PJ’s ever….

Best Books Read in 2018

So, 2019 is here and it’s time, to remember the most memorable books I read last year. I’m very happy with the books I managed to read and the amount of awesome books and series is amazing! I’m very impressed with so many of them! I’m hoping my next reading year will be as good…

Review: Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen

Some people don’t know how to fall in love, like not knowing how to swim. They panic first when they jump in. Then they figure it out. The novel follows two very different sisters who get together after many years under the same roof and have to learn to be a family again. Somehow, they…

Review: If Not for You by Debbie Macomber

Beth grew up under her mother’s constant control; how to dress, what to do, who to date, those decisions were always made for her. Finally, Beth decides to stand up for herself and start living the way she wants. With the support of her dear aunt Sunshine, Beth leaves Chicago and moves to Portland, gets…

Review: A Long Time Gone by Karen White

We are born to fight the bends and curves of our own rivers, pushing back that which will not give, understanding where we are meant to be only when we let go and let the river take us back tot he place where we began. Vivien Walker left home in Mississippi nine year ago, running…

Review: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Sometimes you need to scorch everything to the ground, and start over. After the burning the soil is richer, and new things can grow. People are like that, too. They start over. They find a way. The novel follows two families; the Richardsons and Warrens. The Richardsons are the ideal big and wealthy, successful and…

Review: Still Me by Jojo Moyes

Louisa Clark follows Will’s advice to live her life to the fullest, be more adventurous and moves to New York. A friend helps her to get a job as an assistant to Agnes the wife of a superrich businessman Leonard Gopnik. Lou promises herself to go beyond her comfort zone, be open-minded, and say “Yes”…