“The Shaadi Set-Up,” by Lillie Vale

Reviewed by Tamatha Cain This delightful and deceptively deep romance delivers laughs, sighs, and heartfelt cheers as former sweethearts battle the past and the expectations of family to find their way to happily-ever-after. The prose is mouth-watering at times, as are the passages describing swoon-worthy food. When Rita, an Indian-American furniture restorer, signs herself and […]

“Meg & Jo,” by Virginia Kantra

Reviewed by Tamatha Cain Virginia Kantra’s latest novel, Meg & Jo, plays on the beloved story of the March sisters of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, imagining the sisters as millennials navigating through both the internal and external pressures of modern womanhood. Kantra is New York Times best-selling author of 30 novels and winner of […]

Tamatha Cain

Tamatha Cain is a writer in Jacksonville, Florida, currently editing her first novel. After attending college on vocal and creative writing scholarships, she founded and ran several successful businesses, was the lead vocalist in a wedding band, and she may have sung at your niece’s bat mitvah. She is also an award-winning sugar artist whose […]