We were absolutely ecstatic to receive a very special bloggers copy of Rowan's latest novel A Summer of Impossible Things and eager to get lost amongst it's pages! In a new turn for Rowan this story explores the possibility of time travel, but in a very clever way. ...read more
With thanks to The Orion Publishing Group for allowing us an advance copy of this book in exchange for review - the third in a series by Becky Masterman, however we've not read any of the previous books and had no problem getting stuck into this story reading it as a...read more
We're really enjoying reading Dinah Jefferies at Compelling reads so were thrilled to be asked again to take part in the Blog Tour for her latest novel Before The Rains. This time Dinah takes us on a journey to India - Eliza is an aspiring photographer, who is widowed...
Charlotte Butterfield Guest Blog The ideal hero… Creating the perfect man… isn’t this most women’s dream? You can design what he looks like (tall, dark and handsome), how funny he is (very), what he does for a living (tax inspectors need not apply), how romantic he is...
BLINK by KL Slater - What if the person you love most in the world was in terrible danger … because of you? Three years ago, Toni’s five-year-old daughter Evie disappeared after leaving school. The police have never been able to find her. There were no witnesses, no...
I’ve always been inclined towards the Gothic, veering to the darker and more tumultuous side of both books and film when it comes to romance. Gothic fiction combines the elements of both supernatural horror and romance, with suspense and mystery added to the mix. A...read more
Today on CR's we are lucky enough to be joined by the fabulous Zara Stoneley as part of the Happy Harper Xmas. Today Zara is sharing with us What makes Christmas… Christmas? For me, what makes Christmas a special day are the traditions; not just any traditions but...read more
Today on Compelling Reads we are joined by Howard Kaplan, author of The Damascus Cover (The Jerusalem Spy Series Book 1 When I was in my early twenties backpacking through Europe, a friend and I flew on a lark to Lebanon. In Beirut, we learned a shared taxi...read more