Saturday, 28 December 2019


Stacking The Shelves is hosted by  Tynga's Reviews and it's all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

All the books I got this month are ebooks, so hopefully, I'll read them quickly too!

(Click on the links to go to the Goodreads pages of the mentioned books)


I love this series, and I just started reading it today, so excited!

So can't wait to read the next one immediately as a lot is happening now!

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I finished reading early this month(the day I got it haha) and loved it like I do every other Jill Shalvis book. 

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I finished reading this today and absolutely loved it. I am going to review the whole series soon.

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I got ARC of this early this month and I am going to start reading as soon as I finish reading Archangel's War!

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This was the book I randomly found while browsing through Netgalley titles and I'm super happy to have gotten approved just today. The reviews are all good too, so I'm looking forward to this one!

These are the new addition to my shelf. I would love to know about yours so comment your post links down below! 

Thursday, 19 December 2019

BOOK REVIEW | The Country Guesthouse (Sullivan's Crossing, #5) by Robyn Carr

Goodreads Summary: 

A summer rental, a new beginning…

Hannah Russell’s carefully crafted plans for her life have been upended without warning. When her best friend died suddenly, Hannah became guardian to a five-year-old named Noah. With no experience at motherhood, she’s terrified she’s not up to the challenge. She and Noah need time to get to know each other, so she decides to rent a country house with stunning views on a lake in rural Colorado.

When they arrive at the house, they are greeted by the owner, a handsome man who promises to stay out of their way. But his clumsy Great Dane, Romeo, has other ideas and Noah immediately bonds with the lovable dog. As Hannah learns to become a mother, Owen Abrams, who is recovering from his own grief, can’t help but be drawn out of his solitude by his guests.

But life throws more challenges at this unlikely trio and they are tested in ways they never thought possible. All three will discover their strengths and, despite their differences, they will fight to become a family. And the people of Sullivan’s Crossing will rally around them to offer all of the support they need.

#1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr delivers an emotional and triumphant novel about the fierce power of a mother’s love.

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My Rating - 4 stars!

My Review:

The Country Guesthouse is the fifth instalment in Sullivan's Crossing series, but it can read as a standalone. This is a small-town, women's fiction and romance series. 

Hannah Russell’s life is not perfect at the moment because of frustrating colleagues and a cheating ex-fiance, but all her problems dissipate when life throws a curveball at her. Her best friend suddenly dies, leaving her the custody of her five-year-old son, Noah. Hannah needs to figure her life and Noah's life out. She ends up taking a vacation with Noah, bringing him to a cabin in Sullivan's Crossing.

Owen Abrams is the owner of the cabin and a photographer, who is staying in the renovated barn while renting the cabin, because of the cancellation of his plans. Our heroine, Hannah and Noah soon meet him, Noah and Owen immediately click and Owen's dog, Romeo too. Owen himself has grief from his past, he too comes out of his shell because of Hannah and Noah. The foursome quickly became close, though they had a few hurdles to overcome, they can be happy because they are together.

Noah was really cute and very admirable! I loved him. The people in the town were quite lovely as well! While reading this book, I kept thinking of the word 'healing'. It was definitely the theme of this book. I teared up while reading some parts and feeling real relief towards the end because these people so deserved something good to happen in their lives. Though somethings that happen in this book would normally feel like they're happening too fast, the writing was so good and the story so captivating, you are right there with the characters and its comes all naturally. 

I recently started reading women's fiction books and Robyn Carr is becoming my fast favourite authors of this genre, so I highly recommend this book!

*Thank you for the advance copy in exchange for an honest review.*

Thursday, 5 December 2019



Hello everyone! I have been away for a while but I am finally back!
There have been a few ups and downs reading-wise this year. I was in a slump for a better part of the year, but when there were times I felt like reading, I not only read a whole book in a day, I gave various genres a try too. I suppose you go in a slump when you do the same things routinely for a long time, that's what happened with my reading. I feel like I've exhausted the genres that I was reading and thus, switching it up has helped. My interests are growing, that's why it has been a good year despite the said slump.
Having said that, I still love all the old genres of books that I used to read and I still continue to read them quite frequently, so I decided to take part in a readathon to finish this year on a high note. 

Here is my TBR:

1. Christmas Shopaholic (this whole series is strongly recommended by @fabulous_book_fiend
PS: Review of the whole series, coming soon!)

2. Archangel's War by Nalini Singh and A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh (Two books for this prompt because I am not sure which one will count and as I have both books on TBR already, so why not?)

3. Wrapped Up in You by Jill Shalvis and Coming Home for Christmas by RaeAnne Thayne(Two books for this prompt, tbh, I have many on my TBR, but I don't know if I'll finish reading them all in time)

4.  I hear that Wrapped Up in You by Jill Shalvis has a morally grey character, the heroine's brother so maybe I'll count this book for the last prompt unless I find the main character to be grey.. that way Archangel's War has a BIG villain too so that one fits this prompt as well. 

Are you taking part in any exciting readathons this month?