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The Bad Mothers' Book Club by Keris Stainton

⭐⭐⭐⭐ This book is more chicklit than lesfic but is thoroughly enjoyable. It starts in the dreaded gate-moms world. Yeah, that is...

A Proper Cuppa Tea by K.G. MacGregor


Brilliantly written with dry wit running through every page, this romance is a great read.

As a child, Channing Hughes was summarily packed away by her mother to live with her grandfather in England. Years later, the grown up Channing works, or rather worked, in Boston. The end of an awfully one-sided, terrible affair with her married boss saw her leaving her job in a huff. Channing loses her beloved grandfather around the same time so newly single and newly jobless, Channing returns to England to claim her millions. Only, instead of millions she finds her finances quite diametrically the opposite. Her life as it is, is hardly at a point where she should be starting something new. But despite herself, Dr. Lark Latimer, who Channing first met on the flight to England makes her way into Channing’s life and heart.

Channing, with all her flaws, is a very endearing MC. She can be many things but always evokes affection and liking. Lara is one of those little pockets of ‘nice’. The connect and attraction between the two is bouncing and hard-to-miss. The pacing of the book is perfect. While the focus is the romance, there are so many more threads, all excellently followed, intertwined and concluded.

This is one excellent read.  


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