The Glorious Guiness Girls by Emily Hourican

Thank you to Antonia at Headline Books (who has now moved to work with The Felix Project) for a paperback copy of The Glorious Guiness Girls by Emily Hourican back in May – apologies for the delay in getting round to reading and reviewing it. I’m sharing a mini review today. Synopsis: The Glorious Guinness… Continue reading The Glorious Guiness Girls by Emily Hourican

The Secrets of Latimer House by Jules Wake

Happy publication day to The Secrets of Latimer House by Jules Wake. Thank you to One More Chapter for the opportunity to read and review a digital proof copy via NetGalley. I’m sharing a mini review today. Synopsis: In the war against Hitler every secret counts… Society heiress Evelyn Brooke-Edwards is a skilled interrogator – her beauty… Continue reading The Secrets of Latimer House by Jules Wake

Three’s A Crowd by Simon Booker

Thank you to Sara-Jade Virtue from Books and the City (Simon and Schuster UK) for a digital copy of Three’s A Crowd by Simon Booker to read and review. I’m sharing my thoughts today, the day after ebook publication day in the UK. Synopsis: What happens when an estranged father and son unwittingly fall in… Continue reading Three’s A Crowd by Simon Booker

The Long, Long Afternoon by Inga Vesper

I’m pleased to share my review for The Long, Long Afternoon by Inga Vesper again to celebrate paperback publication day in the UK. Thank you to Zaffre Books and Reader’s First for a hardback copy of the book at the start of the year. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift.… Continue reading The Long, Long Afternoon by Inga Vesper

The House Beneath the Cliffs by Sharon Gosling

Thank you to Anne of Random Things Tours and Books and the City / Simon and Schuster UK for the invitation to join the blog tour and a proof copy of this gorgeous book. I’m pleased to be starting the blog tour off on publication day. Synopsis: A remote yet beautiful village. A tiny kitchen… Continue reading The House Beneath the Cliffs by Sharon Gosling

Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis

Thank you to Orion Books for a digital review copy via NetGalley. Dear Emmie Blue was one of my favourite books last year (see review at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/07/31/dear-emmie-blue-by-lia-louis/ )and I was thrilled to have an early read of her latest book. This is already available in ebook format and will be published in paperback tomorrow. Synopsis:… Continue reading Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis

The Heights by Louise Candlish

Thank you to Jess Barratt at Books and The City / Simon and Schuster UK for the invitation to join the blog tour and for a proof copy to read and review. I enjoyed reading The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish last year (see my review at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/06/23/the-other-passenger-by-louise-candlish/ ). Synopsis: He thinks he’s safe up… Continue reading The Heights by Louise Candlish

Beyond the Olive Grove by Kate Hewitt

Thank you to Sarah Hardy and Bookouture for the invitation to join the blog tour, and for a digital review copy to prepare for the blog tour. Synopsis: The place seemed utterly still, the only sound was the wind rustling high in the pines above. Standing there, realizing she didn’t even know which house had… Continue reading Beyond the Olive Grove by Kate Hewitt

The Last Letter from your Lover by Jojo Moyes

Thank you to the Tandem Collective, Studio Canal and Hodder and Stoughton for a paperback copy of The Last Letter from your Lover. After sharing my review for the film recently, now it is time to review the book, originally published in 2010. Synopsis: When journalist Ellie looks through her newspaper’s archives for a story,… Continue reading The Last Letter from your Lover by Jojo Moyes

Patience by Victoria Scott

Thank you to the Head of Zeus team for the invitation to join the blog tour for this debut novel, and a proof copy to read and review. Synopsis: If you were offered the chance to be ‘normal’ would you take it? Do we even know what ‘normal’ is? The Willow family have been through… Continue reading Patience by Victoria Scott