Girl 99 – Andy Jones

Having read an earlier book by Andy Jones I've had Girl 99 on my kindle a while waiting for the ideal space in my to read pile to jump in. Girl 99 features Tom who has just broken up with his girlfriend having kissed a colleague and then admitting the indiscretion to...

Five Years From Now – Paige Toon

I was absolutely thrilled to be able to get a copy of Paige Toon's latest book when we attended the most recent Books In the City Spring Blogger Event. As many of our old followers will now we love Paige at Compelling Reads and always eagerly anticipate any new...

The Good Daughter – Alexandra Burt

This book had been sitting on my shelf looking at me to sometime waiting to be read and finally back from maternity leave I'm making my way through that ever-growing "To Be Read" pile on my journey into work. The Good Daughter is written by Alexander Burt author of...

Blood Sisters – Jane Corry

Blood Sisters is a book full of secrets and more twists and turns then a race track! Ali is an artist, a bit of a loner who seems to be hiding from something or someone - when an opportunity arises for an inhouse artist an a local prison Ali is strangely drawn to the...

BLOG TOUR: The Fear – CL Taylor

I am delighted to be hosting a stop on the blog tour for The Fear by the fabulous CL Taylor. The Blurb: Sometimes your first love won’t let you go… Lou Wandsworth is used to being headline news as, aged fourteen, she ran away to France with her 31-year-old teacher,...

Still Me – Jojo Moyes

Lou Clarke, how we missed you and your stripy tights! Now starting a job in New York and separated from her new love Sam, Lou finds herself alone in a big City where she is surrounded by new sights, sounds and experiences. Now assisting a very wealthy family she is...

I See You – Clare Mackintosh

This is a book I've been trying to read for ages but hadn't been able to get hold of a physical copy, so was thrilled to get this in my Xmas presents! Zoe Walker is the same as hundreds of other passengers making their usual journey to work when a chance look through...

The Forever Ship – Francesca Haig

The final in the Fire sermon trilogy! I've been eagerly anticipating this book since finishing the first in the series and trying to imagine how Haig was going to conclude her story of a post nuclear war society. With the Alpha and Omega soldiers now working together...

The Lodger – C L Taylor

I've had this short story on my kindle since it was released from C L Taylor's newsletter, sadly life (a newborn baby) got in the way of me being able to read this till now whilst clearing my vast to read pile on my kindle! The Lodger introduces us to Laura on the...

Reveal: Robbie Williams – Chris Heath

I bought this book for myself around Christmas as a treat, from the advertising I saw for it it looked like this would be a fun insight into one of the biggest popstars.  The book alternates from more or less the present time 2016/2017 and goes back to the early...

One Perfect Summer – Paige Toon

There’s something about Paige Toon’s books that is magic, I always find myself drawn in from the first to the last page and One Perfect Summer was no different.   Here we meet Alice, 18 and just about to start at university but before she leaves her parents and best...

Blog Tour: Girl Targeted – Val Collins

GIrl Targeted is he first book by Val Collins I have read and I was immediately interested just from reading the blurb. Girl Targeted is an interesting thriller, We have a murdered woman, Delia and a journalist, who is trying to make a name for themselves. We meet a...

Some Kind of Wonderful – Giovanna Fletcher

Another of our favourite authors at Compelling Reads, we’ve been reading Giovanna’s novels since her first and are always eagerly anticipating her next release…   In Some Kind of Wonderful we are introduced to Lizzie who is on holiday with her boyfriend Ian.  We learn...

COVER REVEAL: The Child Next Door – Shalini Boland

And here it is, the cover for Shalini Boland's new novel The Child Next Door. Who is excited? THE CHILD NEXT DOOR: AN UNPUTDOWNABLE PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER WITH A BRILLIANT TWIST ‘Thrilling, intense. Readers of The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl will love Shalini...

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