#BookReview Summer in Provence by Lucy Coleman

Publisher Comments: Is a change as good as a rest? When married couple Fern and Aiden have a windfall, their reactions could not be more different. While Fern is content to pay off their mortgage and build a nest egg before starting a family, her husband is set on traveling the world.  Fern’s not much… Continue reading #BookReview Summer in Provence by Lucy Coleman

#BookReview The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley

Publisher comments: Six strangers with one universal thing in common: their lives aren’t always what they make them out to be. What would happen if they told the truth instead? Julian Jessop is tired of hiding the deep loneliness he feels. So he begins The Authenticity Project – a small green notebook containing the truth about his… Continue reading #BookReview The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley

#BookReview Never Saw You Coming by Hayley Doyle

Publisher comments:- Some people go looking for love. Others crash right into it.  Zara Khoury believes in love – so much so that she flies from Dubai to Liverpool to be with a man she barely knows. It’s a risk, but she’s certain that uprooting her life for Nick is the new start she needs.… Continue reading #BookReview Never Saw You Coming by Hayley Doyle

#BlogTour #BookReview Home to the Hills by Dee Yates

Publisher comments: After the Second World War, Ellen and her daughter Netta make the journey from Germany back to Scotland. Nestled in the hills is the farm where Ellen grew up. She hasn’t been back in twenty-six years, after leaving her home to be with the only man she’s ever loved. She is still haunted… Continue reading #BlogTour #BookReview Home to the Hills by Dee Yates

#BookReview Wink by Rob Harrell

Publisher comments: A wrenching and hilarious story about embracing life’s weirdness and surviving an unthinkable diagnosis, based on the author’s own experience with a rare eye cancer. Twelve-year-old Ross Maloy just wants to be normal. Not to have a rare eye cancer, not to lose his hair, not to have to wear a weird hat… Continue reading #BookReview Wink by Rob Harrell

#BookReview Away with the Penguins by Hazel Prior

Publisher comments: Veronica McCreedy lives in a mansion by the sea. She loves a nice cup of Darjeeling tea whilst watching a good wildlife documentary. And she’s never seen without her ruby-red lipstick. Although these days Veronica is rarely seen by anyone because, at 85, her days are spent mostly at home, alone. She can… Continue reading #BookReview Away with the Penguins by Hazel Prior

#Book review – Family for Beginners by Sarah Morgan

Publisher comments:- Who says you can’t choose your family?When Flora falls in love with Jack, suddenly she’s not only handling a very cranky teenager, but she’s also living in the shadow of Jack’s perfect, immortalised wife, Becca. Every summer, Becca and Jack would holiday with Becca’s oldest friends and Jack wants to continue the tradition,… Continue reading #Book review – Family for Beginners by Sarah Morgan

#BookReview A Conspiracy of Bones (Temperance Brennan 19) by Kathy Reichs

Publisher comments: #1 New York Times bestselling author Kathy Reichs returns with a new riveting novel featuring her vastly popular character forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan, who must use all her tradecraft to discover the identity of a faceless corpse, its connection to a decade-old missing child case, and why the dead man had her cell phone number.… Continue reading #BookReview A Conspiracy of Bones (Temperance Brennan 19) by Kathy Reichs

#Book review The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford

Publisher comments:- When Fred Lawson takes a summer job on St Kilda in 1927, little does he realise that he has joined the last community to ever live on that desolate, isolated island. Only three years later, St Kilda will be evacuated, the islanders near-dead from starvation. But for Fred, that summer is the bedrock… Continue reading #Book review The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford

The Recovery of Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel

Publisher comments:- Rose Gold Watts believed she was sick for eighteen years. She thought she needed the feeding tube, the surgeries, the wheelchair . . . Turns out her mum, Patty, is a really good liar. After five years in prison Patty Watts is finally free. All she wants is to put old grievances behind… Continue reading The Recovery of Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel