"Caroline James is a terrific writer with a wonderful sense of humour whose book is sure to cheer up even the most dismal of days! A first-rate read that I highly recommend. The Best Boomerville is a must-read for readers everywhere!"
"On a cold rainy day I read this book from cover to cover and found myself mentally slipping into the pool and becoming acquainted with by a remarkable group of characters. The book is full of insights as the Silver Swimmers help each other deal with the ups and downs of life and rediscover a sense of purpose."
Clare Maxwell Hudson
"If you enjoy romance, suspense, and a vivid sense of time and place with beautifully drawn detail, you’re going to love this one – much as I did."
"A funny, intelligent and sassy look at the friendships between women of a more mature age. An enjoyable and highly entertaining romp!” Joanne Robertson
"One of the best books I've read in a long time. Beautifully written and a very sensitive observation of the frailties of human life."
"I really enjoyed this historical romance with a good deal of mystery thrown in - really impressive dialogue that really makes the time period come alive. Definitely a good read!"
This book is beautifully written and brings the characters and locations to life in an engaging way. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
"I loved this novel. After a slow start, the style reminded me of William Nicholson. This was an exploration of character and relationships- friendships, family and romantic - and the positives and negatives they bring. The end brought the novel full circle with beauty and pathos."
"This book is so much fun, although it is a paranormal romance without the romance. I absolutely loved Sophronia. She has a very distinct voice, not to mention a touch of arrogance when it comes to being the older witch....."
"An engaging tale of grief, loss, love and family intrigue wonderful story, and a real page-turner, which leads the reader through all the twists and turns of a well-constructed plot. I loved the insightful descriptions of family relationships, the fully realised characters and the various locations in which the action takes place. Seldom have I read such a poignant and faithful account of the effects of bereavement. I can’t wait to read more."