Book Review: Swan by Frances Mayes

The feeling I got from reading this book was like having warm butter melting in my mouth. I know that sounds a bit flowery but where there is a tragic event that scarred a family, I’m all in, eager to know what happened, when it happened and more so how the family talk about it.Continue reading “Book Review: Swan by Frances Mayes”

How far would you go to protect your own?

All the way. Ryan, the heroine, in Healing Sands by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn would tell you this without flinching and in reading this book, you too would back her. I bought this book from one of my favorite book vendors here in Nairobi and once I started reading, I could not put itContinue reading “How far would you go to protect your own?”

Before We Say Goodbye by Louise Candlish

Olivia and Dean’s mom, Maggie, was the one who’d up and leave without a word and return when she felt like it. What started out as a weekend turned into weeks, months and a year, so much so that they named her “The Deserter. The story begins with Maggie’s demise and she leaves behind anContinue reading “Before We Say Goodbye by Louise Candlish”