Book review: The Moon Sister by Lucinda Riley

4/5 stars. I’ve been eagerly anticipating this one after finishing CeCe’s story about a year ago. I kept it on my Kindle as a reward for finishing NaNoWriMo (which also explains why my blog has been even deader than usual) so only got around to reading it in December. If you do not know the…

Book review: The Pearl Sister by Lucinda Riley

4/5 stars. Lucinda Riley strikes again. I’m continuously impressed by this author – by the meticulous research that goes into each and every book, her productivity, and her ability to write incredibly absorbing and engaging stories. This was another book I lost myself in for a few days, and I felt sad when it was…

Book review: The Shadow Sister by Lucinda Riley

5/5 stars For background on the series see my review of the first book. This is my favourite of the series so far, even though it arguably has the most plot holes/annoyances (I’ll get back to that in clearly marked spoilerish sections later on). There are several reasons I’m willing to forgive its flaws. I…

Book review: The Storm Sister by Lucinda Riley

4/5 stars For background on the series see my review of the first book. In The Storm Sister we get to follow the second oldest sister, Ally, or Alcyone. She has two passions in life: sailing and music. At some point she discarded her musical education in favour of sailing, and as our story begins…

Book review – The Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley

5/5 stars This series was recommended to me by my BFF when J and I were heading for a weekend away last month and I wanted something to read that I could lose myself in. The Seven Sisters fit the bill very well. A little background The Seven Sisters is a (planned) 7 book series,…