Blog Tour: The Summer of Chasing Dreams – Holly Martin

Holly Martin is back with another outstanding summer feel good read. This time we meet Eva and Thor, the man of any woman's dreams. Following the death of her mum, Eva comes across a box in her mother's loft, full of dreams. Eva decides to use the money left to her by...

Blog Tour: Amazing Grace – Kim Nash

Amazing Grace is the debut novel from Kim Nash and follows single mum Grace and her young son Archie. Grace works part time in the local estate agents following the separation from her husband Mark, and whilst she enjoys the challenges of her new role, Grace still...

Don’t you forget about me – Mhairi McFarlane

This book is one of those rare ones that had me gripped from page one right to the end, I did not want to have to stop reading it and was so eager to devour it's pages. Don't you Forget About me features Georgina - a random switch up of her sixth form class back in...

No One You Know – Michelle Richmond

No one you know tells us the story of Ellie Enderlin, whose life has been overshadowed by the murder of her younger sister Lila in 1989.  Although Ellie is successful, travelling as an international coffee buyer her private life is less so, her boyfriend having left...

Love, Iris – Elizabeth Noble

The first novel I've read by Elizabeth Noble, having this book drop through my letterbox from the Publisher it's been in my reading pile waiting for a quiet reading moment. This book is perfect for a lazy Sunday curled up with a hot drink. Dear, Iris explores family...

The Day We Met – Roxie Cooper

This book arrived without warning through my letterbox back in the cold depths of winter, and I duly deposited it on my to read pile. Struggling in a bit of a reading slump I picked this up to read on my train journey to work and boy did this pull me out of that...

The Cactus – Sarah Haywood

Susan is 45, she has a flat for 1, a 'relationship' arrangement that suits her just fine and a job that suits her skills. Susan doesn't have close friends and avoids her brother Edward, but when the sudden loss of her mother brings her back home her carefully...

The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood – Susan Elliot Wright

I was lucky to be given an advanced proof of this book by the publishers, having not heard anything about the book before picking it up I was instantly in the middle of a gripping narrative. Everyone knows Cornelia Blackwood but there is something about her that...

A Spark of Light – Jodi Picoult

I've read many of Jodi Picoult's previous books so am always eager to get my hands on a new release, and thanks to the publishers for allowing me an advanced review copy of this latest release. Picoult is never one to shy away from emotive issues and this book is no...

Don’t you cry – Cass Green

Nina is coming to terms with splitting from her husband who now has a baby on the way with his new partner, a friend has set her up on a blind date which turns out to be disastrous, the guy is definitely not for Nina and when she chokes on an alive it couldn't be...

Everything is Lies – Helen Callaghan

With huge thanks to the publishers for allowing me an advanced Netgalley copy of this book prior to publication, having read the description of this new book by Helen Callaghan I was eager to get my hands on it ASAP and bump it to the top of my reading pile! Sophia...

Love Like Blood – Mark Billingham

Another book which was added to my to read pile on gifting from a relative, and the first Tom Thorne novel I've read.  Although this is part of a series I had no problem in reading as a standalone - there are references to things which have obviously occurred earlier...

The Word is Murder – Anthony Horowitz

  I'll start by saying this is the first book by Anthony Horowitz that I've read and I was gifted the book by a relative.  The word is murder is a cleverly written fictional murder mystery, when Diana Cowper walks in to a funeral parlour to plan her own funeral...

Blog Tour: Coming Home to Maple Cottage – Holly Martin

I am a massive fan of Holly Martin and I have been eagerly awaiting her latest book. Coming Home to Maple Cottage takes us back to Sandcastle Bay, this time we follow Isla and Leo. Isla moved to the seaside village following the tragic death of her brother Matthew, in...

You Me Everything – Catherine Isaac

I'd seen this book advertised on my journey to work and was very intrigued, even more so when I heard it had been selected for the Richard & Judy book club, from which I've found many a favourite read.  So I was very excited when I finally managed to lay my hands...

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