Corinne Rodrigues

A Lover Of Words

The Mothers Of Victory Street

The Mothers of Victory Street is book #3 in a lovely series about the Bryant Sisters - not really sisters, but the name of their singing trio. I've read and reviewed The Girls of Victory Street and Wedding Bells on Victory Street and was happy to follow their story. The Mothers Of Victory Street From Amazon charts bestseller Pam Howes comes a heartbreaking and uplifting historical novel about a young woman trying to snatch her chance at...

Captivating The Cynical Earl

It's been a while since I read a Regency Romance and so I was pleased to be able to read and review, Captivating the Cynical Earl, Catherine Tinley’s latest historical romance. Captivating The Cynical Earl The cool, aloof earlAnd the enchanting ladyFor Jack Beresford, Earl of Hawkenden, emotional entanglements are the path to pain. But when his brother brings his new wife and her best friend to his country home, everything changes. Lady...

Coconut

Coconut by Florence Ọlájídé is her story - a Black girl fostered by a white family in the 1960s and her search for belonging and identity. ‘By the time I was six years old, I knew my life was marked by difference. I was either too Black, too White, too young or too feisty…’Florence Ọlájídé Coconut A generation of Nigerian children were born in Britain in the fifties and sixties, privately fostered by white families and then...