Fortune by Amanda Smyth

Thank you to ed public relations and Peepal Tree Press for the opportunity to read and review Fortune by Amanda Smyth. Synopsis: Eddie Wade has recently returned from the US oilfields. He is determined to sink his own well and make his fortune in the 1920s Trinidad oil-rush. His sights are set on Sonny Chatterjee’s… Continue reading Fortune by Amanda Smyth

Death at the Gates by Katie Gayle (Epiphany Bloom 3)

Thank you to Sarah Hardy and Bookouture for the invitation to join the blog tour for this book on publication day in the UK. I enjoyed reading the first two books in the series (see my reviews at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/12/04/the-kensington-kidnap-by-katie-gayle/ and https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2021/04/01/the-museum-murder-by-katie-gayle/ ) . Synopsis: Hurlingham House school is a high-achiever’s heaven, full of happy, hard-working… Continue reading Death at the Gates by Katie Gayle (Epiphany Bloom 3)

The Rainbow by Carly Schabowski

Thank you to Sarah Hardy for the invitation to join the Bookouture blog tour for this book and thank you Bookouture for a digital copy via NetGalley to read and review. This is the third book I’ve read, enjoyed and reviewed by Carly Schabowski over the past year (please see my other reviews at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/07/07/the-ringmasters-daughter-by-carly-schabowski/… Continue reading The Rainbow by Carly Schabowski

The Promise of Summer by Bella Osborne

Thank you to Rachel of Rachel’s Random Resources and Avon Books UK for the opportunity to read and review a digital review copy of The Promise of Summer, which was published on 22nd July. This book was also published in 4 ebook novellas over the past few weeks. I’ve enjoyed reading books by Bella Osborne… Continue reading The Promise of Summer by Bella Osborne

That Night by Gillian McAllister

Thank you to Sriya Varadharajan of Michael Joseph Books for the invitation to join the Gillian McAllister blog tour and for a proof copy to read and review. This is the second book I’ve read and enjoyed by Gillian McAllister (my review for How To Disappear can be found at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/07/09/how-to-disappear-by-gillian-mcallister/ ) Synopsis: What would… Continue reading That Night by Gillian McAllister

Quite by Claudia Winkleman

Thank you to HQ Books and the Tandem Collective for a surprise parcel last weekend. I was thrilled to find a copy of the new paperback edition of Quite, a matching tote bag and other treats. I started flicking through the book and found myself quickly hooked into the book. Synopsis: Claudia Winkleman’s warmth, humour, no-holds-barred… Continue reading Quite by Claudia Winkleman

The Island Home by Libby Page

Thank you to Orion Books for this beautiful hardback copy of The Island Home I won in a Facebook prize draw. I’ve enjoyed reading The Lido and The 24-Hour Cafe over the past couple of years and was thrilled to have the opportunity to read Libby Page’s new book this week. Synopsis: Lorna’s world is… Continue reading The Island Home by Libby Page

Nothing I Wouldn’t Do by Sara-Ella Ozbek

Thank you to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for the invitation to join the blog tour and to Simon & Schuster UK for a copy of the book to read and review. Synopsis: Jax Levy is an almost thirty-year-old low-paid ‘journalist’ with little hope of progression. She has a love life only ever centred… Continue reading Nothing I Wouldn’t Do by Sara-Ella Ozbek

The Little Barn of Dreams by Lucy Knott

Thank you to Aria Books for a digital review copy via NetGalley. I’m sharing a mini review today of this lovely book published recently. Synopsis: Can two dreamers find love in the real world? When quirky bookworm Florence Danver loses her job, she knows it’s time to make some serious changes. Nanna Margot encourages Flo… Continue reading The Little Barn of Dreams by Lucy Knott

The Art of Loving You by by Amelia Henley

Thanks to Sian and the HQ PR Team for the invitation to join the blog tour and for a digital review copy to read and review. Synopsis: They were so in love . . . And then life changed forever . . . Will they find happiness again? Libby and Jack are the happiest they’ve ever been. Thanks… Continue reading The Art of Loving You by by Amelia Henley