The 12 Christmases of You and Me by Jennifer Joyce #BookReview

It’s a bumper day of reviews to kick off the blog tour for The 12 Christmases of You and Me and you can find details of the other bloggers posting today in the tour banner below. Thank you so much to Jennifer Joyce for my gifted copy of the book and also to Rachel’s RandomContinue reading “The 12 Christmases of You and Me by Jennifer Joyce #BookReview”

Christmas Reunion in Paris by Liz Fielding #BookReview

Today it’s my turn on the blog tour for this lovely festive romance. I would like to say thank you very much to Liz Fielding for my signed gifted copy of the book and the lovely little extras đź’— and also thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to take part in theContinue reading “Christmas Reunion in Paris by Liz Fielding #BookReview”

Playdate by Alex Dahl #BookReview

Today, I have the pleasure of sharing my review of Playdate by Alex Dahl as part of the Blog Tour with Midas PR – thank you so much for my space on the tour and also for my gifted copy of this brilliant book. The blurb … Have you seen Lucia Blix? Lucia went homeContinue reading “Playdate by Alex Dahl #BookReview”

Food for Thought by Sara Madderson #BookReview

Today it’s my turn on the Random Things Tours blog tour for Sara Madderson’s brilliant debut novel Food for Thought. I’d like to thank Sara very much for my gifted (and signed!) copy – just look at that gorgeous pink cover! 🍓 The blurb … “The Daily Post has got hold of some pap shotsContinue reading “Food for Thought by Sara Madderson #BookReview”

The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley #BookReview

Hello and welcome to my blog where today I have the pleasure in sharing my review of The Life We Almost Had as part of the Random Things Tours blog tour. Thank you so much to the author and Random Things Tours for my space on the tour and also for my gifted copy ofContinue reading “The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley #BookReview”

Green Hands by Barbara Whitton #BookReview

Today it’s my turn on the blog tour with Random Things Tours for this wonderful story, which is the latest in the Imperial War Museum – Wartime Classics series and was published on 3rd September 2020. The blurb … It is 1943, and a month into their service as Land Girls, Bee, Anne and PaulineContinue reading “Green Hands by Barbara Whitton #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 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”

Here is the Beehive by Sarah Crossan

The blurb … It happened,               again and again              and  again and again and again.  Together                  apart.  In love                  in aching.  Tangled  unravelling.  Ana and Connor have been having an affair for three years. In hotel rooms and coffee shops, swiftly deleted texts and briefly snatched weekends, they have built a world with none but theContinue reading “Here is the Beehive by Sarah Crossan”