Space Hopper by Helen Fisher #BookReview

The blurb … ‘As much as I love and need my husband, over the past few months I’ve realised something important. I can’t tell Eddie what’s been happening, no matter how much I want to. Not because he won’t believe me, but because he might. And if Eddie believes me, he’ll try to stop me’.Continue reading “Space Hopper by Helen Fisher #BookReview”

Rescue Me by Sarra Manning #RescueMeBlogTour

I’m so pleased to be taking part in this blog tour today. Thank you so much to Hodder & Stoughton for the invite and for my gifted copy of the book, I absolutely loved it! The blurb … ‘Margot doesn’t have time for love. Will is afraid to love’ And neither of them are expectingContinue reading “Rescue Me by Sarra Manning #RescueMeBlogTour”

Victoria Park by Gemma Reeves

It’s publication day for Victoria Park and so I’m sharing my thoughts on this wonderful modern literary novel. The blurb … A moving, uplifting debut following the disparate lives of twelve Londoners over the course of a single year. Mona and Wolfie have been married for sixty-five years and have lived on Victoria Park forContinue reading “Victoria Park by Gemma Reeves”

White Ivy by Susie Yang #BookReview

Hello, Happy New Year and welcome back to my blog for my first post of 2021! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year (under the circumstances) and I wish you all the very best as we start the new year with tougher restrictions and lockdowns, and the prospect of the dreadedContinue reading “White Ivy by Susie Yang #BookReview”

Love Orange by Natasha Randall #BookReview

I would like to say a huge thank you to Riverrun Books for very kindly sending me a copy of Love Orange and for having me along on the Buddy Read, which I thoroughly enjoyed. It was great getting to know the other bloggers on twitter and chatting all about this brilliant book. The blurbContinue reading “Love Orange by Natasha Randall #BookReview”

Diary of a Prison Officer by Josie Channer #BookReview

The Diary of a Prison Officer blog tour starts today and I am pleased to be sharing my review. Thank you so much to the author and Rachel’s Random Resources for my place on the tour and for my gifted and signed copy of the book. The blurb … It’s 2003, Tony Blair is stillContinue reading “Diary of a Prison Officer by Josie Channer #BookReview”

The Last Charm by Ella Allbright #BookReview

I recently took part in a week long readalong to celebrate publication of this gorgeous book with the publishers One More Chapter. Thank you so much to Claire Fenby at One More Chapter and Ella Allbright for inviting me to take part. I really enjoyed following the activities and chatting to the other bloggers involved,Continue reading “The Last Charm by Ella Allbright #BookReview”

The Things I Want To Say But Can’t by Carla Christian #BookReview

Today it’s my turn on the book tour for Carla Christian’s debut novel The Things I Want To Say But Can’t with Love Books Tours. Thank you so much to both the author and Love Books Tours for my gifted ebook. I wanted to let readers know of the trigger warnings in this book, soContinue reading “The Things I Want To Say But Can’t by Carla Christian #BookReview”

The Silent Daughter by Emma Christie #BookReview

Published by Welbeck Publishing Group Out in paperback on 3rd September 2020 £8.99 I was so pleased to receive this gifted book to review from Annabelle at ed public relations. One of the first things I noticed was the very high quality print, which was a pleasure to read, and that eye on the coverContinue reading “The Silent Daughter by Emma Christie #BookReview”

The Truth in a Lie by Jan Turk Petrie

The blurb … Secrets and lies can be so destructive – especially when you lie to yourself. Charlotte Preece, a successful writer, moves to a riverside apartment after breaking up with her lover. She feels guilty when the upheaval so disturbs her student daughter, Kate, that she fails her first-year exams. Charlotte is then calledContinue reading “The Truth in a Lie by Jan Turk Petrie”