The Wheelwright’s Daughter by Eleanor Porter

Today I’m pleased to share my review for this recently published book again. This book is currently free on the Kindle in the UK. Synopsis: Martha is a feisty and articulate young woman, the daughter of a wheelwright, living in a Herefordshire village in Elizabethan England. With no mother Martha’s life is spent running her… Continue reading The Wheelwright’s Daughter by Eleanor Porter

The Sight of You by Holly Miller

I’m pleased to share my review for this beautiful book, the debut novel of Holly Miller. Thank you to Hodder and Stoughton for granting my wish to review a preview copy via NetGalley after seeing such many positive comments on social media – I now understand why so many people love this book. Synopsis: Joel… Continue reading The Sight of You by Holly Miller

Book Review for Hello, Again by Isabelle Broom

Today I’m thrilled to share my review of this beautifully written book – Hello, Again by Isabelle Broom. Synopsis: Philippa Taylor (Pepper to her friends) has big dreams. When she closes her eyes, she can picture exactly who she ought to be. The problem is, it’s about as far away from her real life in… Continue reading Book Review for Hello, Again by Isabelle Broom

The Plus One Pact by Portia MacIntosh

I’m thrilled to be joining the blog tour organised by Boldwood Books and Rachel’s Random Resources today for this gorgeous romantic comedy by Portia MacIntosh. Synopsis What if your plus one could be the one…? 

Cara has officially run out of men. Her most recent dates have gone from bad to worse, and when her… Continue reading The Plus One Pact by Portia MacIntosh

A Wedding at the Beach Hut by Veronica Henry

Thrilled to share my thoughts about the latest book by Veronica Henry, being published later this week. Robyn Moss just wants a simple wedding. A quiet ceremony; a picnic on the beach; dancing barefoot on the sand until the sun goes down. But first, Robyn has one very important thing to do – before embracing… Continue reading A Wedding at the Beach Hut by Veronica Henry

For Emily by Katherine Slee

A little dedication goes a long way. That’s why Catriona Robinson, the country’s favourite children’s author, always dedicated her books to those who touched her life the most – not least Emily, her reclusive granddaughter.  Emily never thought too much about these dedications. But when Catriona dies unexpectedly, each one becomes a cryptic clue in… Continue reading For Emily by Katherine Slee

Life and Other Happy Endings by Melanie Cantor

If your life was going to end tomorrow, what would you do today? When she learns she has just three months to live Jennifer Cole decides to write 3 letters: one to her overbearing, selfish sister, another to her jelly-spined, cheating ex-husband, and the third to her charming, unreliable ex-boyfriend, each one saying everything she’s… Continue reading Life and Other Happy Endings by Melanie Cantor

One Year of Ugly by Caroline Mackenzie #bookreview

After fleeing crumbling, volatile Venezuela, Yola Palacio wants nothing more than to settle into a peaceful new life in Trinidad with her family. And who cares if they’re there illegally—aren’t most of the people on the island? But life for the Palacios is far from quiet—and when Yola’s Aunt Celia dies, the family once again… Continue reading One Year of Ugly by Caroline Mackenzie #bookreview

Book Review of Where We Belong by Anstey Harris

One summer.One house.One family learning to love again. Cate Morris and her son, Leo, are homeless, adrift. They’ve packed up the boxes from their London home, said goodbye to friends and colleagues, and now they are on their way to ‘Hatters Museum of the Wide Wide World – to stay just for the summer. Cate doesn’t want to… Continue reading Book Review of Where We Belong by Anstey Harris

The Love Child by Rachel Hore #bookreview

A young mother’s sacrifice. A child’s desperate search for the truth . . . London, 1917 When nineteen-year-old Alice Copeman becomes pregnant, she is forced by her father and stepmother to give up the baby.  She simply cannot be allowed to bring shame upon her family. But all Alice can think about is the small, kitten-like child… Continue reading The Love Child by Rachel Hore #bookreview