Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Sutanto. (2021). **3.5 out of 5 stars** **Thank you to Harlequin Australia for sending me a free copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review; published 5 May 2021** When Meddy accidentally kills her blind date, she turns to her aunties for help. Their meddling set her… Continue reading Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Sutanto. (2021).
The Drop-Off by Fiona Harris & Mike McLeish. (2020). **3.5 out of 5 stars** Everyone knows the school drop-off rules: 'kiss & go doesn't mean 'sit & scroll Insta'; activewear is allowed but pj pants are not; don't piss off the Alpha mum. Lizzie, Megan and Sam don't play by the rules. Lizzie is a… Continue reading The Drop-Off by Fiona Harris & Mike McLeish. (2020).
So Lucky by Dawn O'Porter. (2019). **4.5 out of 5 stars** Is anyone's life as perfect as it looks? Beth shows that women really can have it all; Ruby lives life by her own rules; Lauren is living the dream. But. Beth hasn't had sex in a year. Ruby feels like she's failing. Lauren's happiness… Continue reading So Lucky by Dawn O’Porter. (2019).
Identity Crisis by Ben Elton. (2019). **4 out of 5 stars** Why are we all so hostile and so quick to take offence? Truly we are living in the age of outrage. A series of apparently random murders draws old-school detective Mick into a world pig sex, politics, reality TV and a kaleidoscope of opposing… Continue reading Identity Crisis by Ben Elton. (2019).
How To Be Second Best by Jessica Dettmann. (2019). **4.5 out of 5 stars** Emma has just given birth to her second child when she finds out her husband has also just fathered a newborn with another woman. Things get tricky fast when he leaves her for the woman and then they soon move in… Continue reading How To Be Second Best by Jessica Dettmann. (2019).