It’s a month for re-reading a number of books on my shelves.
The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan: I initially reviewed this in January 2018: I bought this with my book token and on the recommendation of Good Housekeeping magazine. Based on the memories of the author’s Granny, the story follows the ladies of a small village in the early days of the Second World War and how a choir helps them cope. I enjoyed it just as much second time around.
The Kiss Quotient and The Bride Test by Helen Huang: I reread these after learning that the third part of this trilogy has a title and will be published in 2020. I reviewed The Kiss Quotient in October 2018 and The Bride Test in June this year. TKQ is still one of my favourite books.
The Meryl Streep Movie Club and Finding Colin Firth by Mia March: These two books are set in the same place and a few characters appear in both, but each can be read as a stand alone story. In fact, I read Finding Colin Firth first when staying with friends in Valencia. Both stories focus on relationships and are easy and, somehow, comforting reads.