One Moment by Becky Hunter

An emotional, heart-wrenching and uplifting story about friendship, love and sacrifice, perfect for fans of David Nicholls and Holly Miller. One moment in time can change everything… The day Scarlett dies should have been one of the most important of her life. It doesn’t feel fair that she’ll never have the chance to fulfil her… Continue reading One Moment by Becky Hunter

Letters to a Stranger by Sarah Mitchell

England, 1940. Dearest Ruby, you must have heard the news by now. The very worst has happened. Our countries are at war. What can I do? How can I stop this nightmare from happening? One day soon we’ll be together again. I swear. I love you. E. x Present day. Ruby Summers has lived an extraordinary… Continue reading Letters to a Stranger by Sarah Mitchell

Maid of Steel by Kate Baker

It’s 1911 and, against her mother’s wishes, quiet New Yorker Emma dreams of winning the right to vote. She is sent away by her parents in the hope distance will curb her desire to be involved with the growing suffrage movement and told to spend time learning about where her grandparents came from. Across the… Continue reading Maid of Steel by Kate Baker

What Eden Did Next by Sheila O’Flanagan

Thank you to Headline Review for a digital review copy. This is the first book I’ve read by Sheila O’Flanagan. I’m sharing my review again today to celebrate the paperback publication today. Synopsis: The heart-breaking, life-affirming and unforgettable new novel from the author of number one bestsellers including The Women Who Ran Away and The Missing Wife Eden’s… Continue reading What Eden Did Next by Sheila O’Flanagan

The Daughter-In-Law by Fanny Blake

When Hope’s only son Paul met and married Edie, Hope was delighted that he had found love and was settling down to make his own family. Hope has loved bringing up her own child, and is happy to step in and help out now and again – but is always worried about overstepping the line… Continue reading The Daughter-In-Law by Fanny Blake

One French Summer by Gillian Harvey

Only child out of the house – so far out that she’s gone all the way to Australia! A husband, who has requested a break. Life isn’t quite going as planned for Katy. She’s suddenly at a loss, but she still has her friends Sam, Vicky and Ivy. The girls have been there for her… Continue reading One French Summer by Gillian Harvey

In the Blink of an Eye by Jo Callaghan

In the UK, someone is reported missing every 90 seconds.Just gone. Vanished. In the blink of an eye.  DCS Kat Frank knows all about loss. A widowed single mother, Kat is a cop who trusts her instincts. Picked to lead a pilot programme that has her paired with AIDE (Artificially Intelligent Detective Entity) Lock, Kat’s… Continue reading In the Blink of an Eye by Jo Callaghan

Fly Me to Moongate Manor by Kate Forster

Sometimes you have to travel far to find home 🏡 I’m taking part in today’s Cover Reveal for @kateforsterwrites novel Fly Me to Moongate Manor by Kate Forster and designed by Cherie Chapman The book will be published on 13 April 2023 by Aria Fiction and is available to request on NetGalley now:

Together, Again by Milly Johnson

Sisters Jolene, Marsha and Annis have convened at their beautiful family home, Fox House, following the death of their mother, the tricky Eleanor Vamplew. Born seven years apart, the women are more strangers than sisters. Jolene, the eldest, is a successful romantic novelist who writes about beautiful relationships even though her own marriage to the… Continue reading Together, Again by Milly Johnson

An Italian Girl in Brooklyn by Santa Montefiore

New York, 1979.  It is Thanksgiving and Evelina has her close family and beloved friends gathered around, her heart weighted with gratitude for what she has and regret for what she has given up. She has lived in America for over thirty years, but she is still Italian in her soul.  Northern Italy, 1934.  Evelina leads a sheltered… Continue reading An Italian Girl in Brooklyn by Santa Montefiore