Review of French Twist by Glynis Astie

Sydney Bennett seems to have it all – a supportive and loving family, a good job and caring friends. Unfortunately, Sydney has been unlucky in love and she’s beginning to wonder if she’s destined to grow old alone. After a… Read more

Review of The Hypnotist’s Love Story by Liane Moriarty

The Hypnotist’s Love Story is a poignant tale about three people who find themselves in the midst of a painful love triangle and are then forced to learn the difficult lesson of accepting what is, or letting go of what… Read more

Review of Lila’s Choice by Laura Brown

Lila’s Choice is about that time in your life when you are approaching 30 and suddenly your whole world becomes complicated. Who do you turn to? Your besties of course! True friends will stop at nothing to help one another… Read more

Review of Butterfly Season by Natasha Ahmed

eBook Review Gal is incredibly happy to introduce our brand new book reviewer, Monica McDaniel! In Monica’s own words she is: “… just a normal person whose passion is reading and collecting books! I love the simple pleasures in life, being… Read more

Interview with Author Norma L. Jarrett

eBook Review Gal is pleased to have had the opportunity to chat with accomplished author, Norma L. Jarrett. Norma is a speaker and the Essence bestselling author of several contemporary novels. Her work has gained attention in Gospel Today, Ebony, Essence,… Read more

Review of Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty

Three Wishes is a very funny contemporary fiction novel, and the first book written by one of my favorite authors. The story is about a set of triplets, living in Sidney Australia, who try to help one another get through,… Read more

Review of Juggler’s Blade by Rob Ross

The Juggler’s Blade is the first book in Rob Ross’s Juggler’s Trilogy. It’s a fictional tale that is filled with fantasy, suspense and intrigue. Ian is a young juggler who had no idea that he lived in a world where… Read more

Review of The Fixer Upper by Mary Kay Andrews

The Fixer Upper is a delightful, contemporary tale filled with quirky characters, outrageous behavior and oodles of witty dialogue. Dempsey Killebrew is a young woman who is fresh out of college and eager to start her new job as a junior lobbyist in DC. While… Read more

Review of What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

It has often been said that hindsight is 20/20. What if you were given the opportunity to have a “do-over” of your last 10 years of life, with the only stipulation being a loss of memory for those years? Would you… Read more

Review of The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff

The 19th wife is based on the autobiography of Ann Eliza Webb Dee Young, who was the 19th wife of Brigham Young, the 2nd leader of the Latter Day Saints. Brigham tried for years to coerce Ann Eliza into marrying… Read more