Official trailer for Freed

Hello, girls

It’s been an age since we’ve started this FSOG movie journey, but it’s all coming to an end. Here it is, the final trailer, the official version from Universal Pictures:

It’s nice and long! What do you think? Let’s chat! 

Also, Universal sent me this delightful poster. I must say, I do do like Ana large and in charge…

Between the covers book club

Hello there, lovely ladies 🤗 

How are you this fine weekend? Again I’ve had a lovely reading week, so I’m laughing. 👍🏻 

Monday sees the release of the full trailer for Freed, so I will share when I have it, but, in the mean time: here’s a tiny little taste…

Sneak peek, indeed! 😉

Then, as I like nothing more than to support a worthy cause 😉😉, check out the 2018 Australian Firefighter’s Animal calendar….

The wombat!! So cute! 😉😂

Not much other news to report today, so I’ll get on with sharing my reading week…

This week I read:


Embrace Me by Ann Marie Walker and Amy K. Rogers, book 3.5 in the Chasing Fire series, was a cute little bite of the original books, a closer look at their wedding.

Beauty and the Mustache by Penny Reid, book 4 in the Knitting in the City series, was another phenomenal book by this author. As I’m sure you can tell, I’m gorging on Penny’s books, but I have to make a little confession here. The first time I got told about the series I wasn’t very interested. A group of ladies knitting? I did so not see the appeal, but, I. Was. Wrong. I’ve loved every one, actually liking them more and more as I go on. I’m dreading finishing the series.

No surprise that I followed book 4 with book 4.5 (Ninja at First Sight) and book 5 (Happily Ever Ninja), the story of Fiona, the wise and married woman of the group. Despite the fun walk on the wild side by way of James Bond shenanigans, it has to be one of the most honest looks at real-life marriage that I’ve read in our genre. It made for one helluva’ refreshing read. Again I’m giving both my Best of the Best stamp of approval.

Currently I’m reading:


From this Moment by Melanie Harlow and Dating-ish by Penny Reid, book 6 in the Knitting in the City series.

Lastly, just because I like to be a helpful friend, I thought I’d give you some advice on how to get a good looking lawn…

LOL! 😂😂

Have a good weekend, girls. Please share your best bookish finds with us.


Between the covers book club

Hello there, lovely ladies 🤗

How was your week? My few days of rest flew by, but it was lovely to have a little break. 👍🏻

Of course, since the teaser trailer dropped, I’ve come across some fun edits. The first is the teaser accompanied by The Weeknd’s Nothing Without You:

And here’s a clip featuring some text from the book:

This one is completely unrelated to Fifty but funny nonetheless. I bet the wedded folks amongst us can relate. Thank you, Sharon for the marriage porn:

LOL! 😂😂

This week I read:

Him by Sabrina Bowen and Elle Kennedy, book 1 in the Him series, as mentioned last week, was my first forray into the world of M/M. I thoroughly enjoyed it and the romantic aspect was a pleasant surprise considering the theme.

Currently I’m reading:


Raw Heat by Cherrie Lynn, Book 3 in the Larson Brothers series and King of Code by C. D. Reiss.

On my shelf I have:

Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland. I love this duo so I’m looking forward to this one.

Who says losing your head over a girl is a bad idea? Not this guy…

LOL!  😂😂

Have a beautiful week, girls. Drop by and let us know what you’re reading.

Between the covers book club

Hello there, lovely ladies 🤗

Can you believe that we are already halfway through the year? Isn’t it crazy how quickly time melts away? 😝

I have no tidbits to report this week but I had a cool fan-made edit for Freed pop up in my YouTube feed this week:

You’ve gotta’ hand it to these girls. They’re pretty creative. 👍🏻

This week I read:

The Headmaster by Tiffany Reisz. I have yet to meet a book from this talented lady that I didn’t like, and this was no exception. It was published in 2014 so I’m not sure how I managed to miss it for so long. It has a little bit of everything plus a nice twist. What more can a girl want?

Currently I’m reading:

Raw Need by Cherrie Lynn, book 2 in the Larson Brothers series. I loved the first one, so I’m optimistic.

With the advent of the seventh month, Goodreads reveals what we can expect to read by our fav authors:

Definitely some yummy things to look forward to. These screengrabs are taken from the Goodreads site.

This made me smile….

Hope it does the same for you. 😉

Have a beautiful week, girls.