I'm so excited to share my review of this book! It's my first tour for Penguin Random House Canada and I am so proud to showcase this wonderful novel that not only takes place in my hometown (Toronto), but is also by a Canadian author. This made for such a special reading experience for me, and I am so happy to share Canadian content on Reads & Reels!
After reading all sorts of doom and gloom the past month (Loved it BTW!), this book was a breath of fresh air!
TBR Tackle & Mini Reviews Part 2! This time some YA, Suspense and Women's Fiction!
I LOVE Marian Keyes! I can't think of a book by her that I didn't like and The Break is no exception! (Book Review)
The lovely cover got my attention but the story had me settle in for the night! (ARC Review)
What's the difference between "Women's Fiction" and "Chick-Lit" anyway? I suppose Chick-Lit has a negative connotation (Um hello? Chick?) and it's also a bit fluffy and shallow at times. But it's also fun. A harmless guilty pleasure. Was the term "Women's Fiction" coined because of that rep, or is it something entirely different?