Ginger and Me by Elissa Soave

Wendy is lonely but coping.All nineteen-year-old Wendy wants is to drive the 255 bus around Uddingston with her regulars on board, remember to buy milk when it runs out and just to be okay. After her mum died, there’s nobody to remind her to eat and what to do each day. And Wendy is ready… Continue reading Ginger and Me by Elissa Soave

The Setup by Lizzy Dent

SHE HAS A PLAN . . .FATE HAS OTHER IDEAS.—————– There are two men in my life. But this is not a love triangle. Mara Williams reads her horoscope every day – but she wasn’t expecting to be in a whole other country when destiny finally found her. Just as a fortune teller reveals that… Continue reading The Setup by Lizzy Dent

Last Time We Met by Emily Houghton

ONE PROMISEAged thirteen, best friends Eleanor and Fin are inseparable. Convinced it will always be this way they make a pact – to go to university together, always live near each other, and if they’re both single at 35 they’ll get married.  TWO DECADES Eleanor and Fin haven’t spoken in fifteen years. Life has run away… Continue reading Last Time We Met by Emily Houghton

How To Kill Your Best Friend by Lexie Elliott

The perfect getaway – to get away with murder… Georgie, Lissa and Bronwyn have been best friends since they met on their college swimming team. Now Lissa is dead – drowned off the coast of the remote island where her second husband owns a luxury resort. But could a star open-water swimmer really have drowned?… Continue reading How To Kill Your Best Friend by Lexie Elliott

One Last Secret by Adele Parks

One last client  A week at a beautiful chateau in the south of France – it should be a straightforward final job for Dora. She’s a smart, stunning and discreet escort and Daniel has paid for her services before. This time, all she has to do is convince the assembled guests that she is his… Continue reading One Last Secret by Adele Parks

The Halfways by Nilopar Uddin

Nasrin and Sabrina are two sisters, who on the face of things live successful and enviable lives in London and New York. When their father, Shamsur suddenly dies, they rush to be with their mother at the family home and restaurant in Wales, and reluctantly step back into the stifling world of their childhood. When… Continue reading The Halfways by Nilopar Uddin

The Blackbird by Tim Weaver

Thank you to Jennifer Harlow and Mubarak Elmubarak of Michael Joseph Books for an invitation to join the blog tour and a proof copy to review. I’m sharing a non spoiler review today. Synopsis: David Raker is back with another heart-pounding and tense missing persons case. Ten seconds before the crash, Cate and Aiden Gascoigne… Continue reading The Blackbird by Tim Weaver

The Cornish Cream Tea Holiday by Cressida McLaughlin

Thank you to Harper Collins, Random Things Tours and Cressida McLaughlin for the opportunity to read and review the latest book in the Cornish Cream Tea series for the blog tour. My last review for the series can be found at Synopsis: It’s going to be an unforgettable Cornish summer… Thea Rushwood was looking… Continue reading The Cornish Cream Tea Holiday by Cressida McLaughlin

Hearts on Fire by Jenny Lynch

Thank you Anne of Random Things Tours for the invitation to join the blog tour for this published by Dragonfly Publishing novella. Synopsis: My thoughts: For a short novella, this story is full of drama, dancing and firefighters. Young Erin finds herself at a hen do that is also raising money for the local hospital… Continue reading Hearts on Fire by Jenny Lynch

The Heights by Louise Candlish

Thank you to Jess Barratt at Books and The City / Simon and Schuster UK for a proof copy to read and review. I enjoyed reading The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish last year (see my review at ). The Heights is now available in paperback and I’m sharing my review again to explain… Continue reading The Heights by Louise Candlish