After Paris by Nicole Kennedy

Three best friends. A weekend away. And a whole lot of baggage. Alice, Nina and Jules have been best friends for twenty years. They met in Paris and return there once a year, to relive their youth, leave the troubles of home behind, and indulge in each other’s friendship and warmth. But this year, aged… Continue reading After Paris by Nicole Kennedy

No Life for A Lady by Hannah Dolby

Violet Hamilton is a woman who knows her own mind. Which, in 1896, can make things a little complicated… At 28, Violet’s father is beginning to worry she will never find a husband. But every suitor he presents, Violet finds a new and inventive means of rebuffing. Because Violet does not want to marry. She… Continue reading No Life for A Lady by Hannah Dolby

The Last Party at Silverton Hall by Rachel Burton

Two women. Two centuries. A life-changing night… 1952: Vivien and Max collide in the thick London smog. Within a few years, their whirlwind romance sees them living a quiet life on the Norfolk coast, blissfully happy with their beautiful daughter ‚Äď at least, that’s how it appears… 2019: Isobel is hoping for a fresh start… Continue reading The Last Party at Silverton Hall by Rachel Burton

Six Days by Dani Atkins

Two people. One love story. Six days. He loves me… He loves me not… He loves me… Gemma knows that she and Finn are destined to be together. They are soulmates. But then, on their wedding day, he doesn’t show up at the church. Gemma is convinced Finn would never abandon her like this, even… Continue reading Six Days by Dani Atkins

Fly Me to Moongate Manor by Kate Forster

Sometimes you have to travel far to find home ūüŹ° 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: http://netgal.ly/uiI2f9

Christmas Eve at Cranberry Cross by Kate Forster

No one loves Christmas more than editorial assistant Eve Pilkins. But when her boss hits her with a huge deadline on Christmas Day, it looks like Eve’s favourite time of the year might be cancelled. Armed with as much enthusiasm as she can muster, she travels to the coldest part of England, tasked with ensuring… Continue reading Christmas Eve at Cranberry Cross by Kate Forster

After Paris by Nicole Kennedy

Three best friends. A weekend away. And a whole lot of baggage. Alice, Nina and Jules have been best friends for twenty years. They met in Paris and return there once a year, to relive their youth, leave the troubles of home behind, and indulge in each other’s friendship and warmth. But this year, aged… Continue reading After Paris by Nicole Kennedy

Grace by Victoria Scott

The gripping and heartbreaking second novel by the author of BA Book of the Month and LoveReading Debut of the Month Patience.  She gave you her baby. Now she wants her back.  Nineteen-year-old Michelle has had a tough life, to say the least. Then she gets pregnant. She is convinced she would be a terrible mother… Continue reading Grace by Victoria Scott

The Girls by Bella Osborne

Thanks to Aria Fiction for my digital proof copy of The Girls by Bella Osborne. I’ve enjoyed reading Bella’s previous books and you can read my mini review for The Library at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2022/01/11/the-library-by-bella-osborne/ I’m sharing a mini review for The Girls today. Synopsis: In the 1970s, The Girls were best friends sharing a house and… Continue reading The Girls by Bella Osborne

Six Days by Dani Atkins

Thank you to Ayo Okojie at Aria Fiction (Head of Zeus) for the invitation to join the blog tour for the new book by Dani Atkins and a pretty proof copy to read. I’ve enjoyed reading Dani’s previous books and my last review can be found at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2021/08/05/a-sky-full-of-stars-by-dani-atkins/ Synopsis: Two people. One love story. Six… Continue reading Six Days by Dani Atkins