The Hidden Child by Louise Fein

Thank you to the team at Head of Zeus for the opportunity to join the blog tour and for a proof copy of the book. Synopsis: From the outside, Eleanor and Edward Hamilton are the epitome of a perfect marriage but they’re harbouring a shameful secret that threatens to fracture their entire world. London, 1929. Eleanor… Continue reading The Hidden Child by Louise Fein

Three Words for Goodbye by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb

Thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours and William Morrow (Harper Collins) for the opportunity to read and review this book for the blog tour. Synopsis: New York, 1937: When estranged sisters Clara and Madeleine Sommers learn their grandmother is dying, they agree to fulfil her last wish: to travel across Europe—together. They are… Continue reading Three Words for Goodbye by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb

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

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 Smallest Man by Frances Quinn

I’m pleased to be sharing my review for one of my favourite books of 2021 again, to celebrate the recent paperback publication. Thank you to Jess Barratt at Simon and Schuster UK for a copy of the book. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: The smallest man. The biggest… Continue reading The Smallest Man by Frances Quinn

Fortune by Amanda Smyth

Thank you to ed public relations and Peepal Tree Press for the opportunity to read and review Fortune by Amanda Smyth. Synopsis: Eddie Wade has recently returned from the US oilfields. He is determined to sink his own well and make his fortune in the 1920s Trinidad oil-rush. His sights are set on Sonny Chatterjee’s… Continue reading Fortune by Amanda Smyth

The Rainbow by Carly Schabowski

Thank you to Sarah Hardy for the invitation to join the Bookouture blog tour for this book and thank you Bookouture for a digital copy via NetGalley to read and review. This is the third book I’ve read, enjoyed and reviewed by Carly Schabowski over the past year (please see my other reviews at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/07/07/the-ringmasters-daughter-by-carly-schabowski/… Continue reading The Rainbow by Carly Schabowski

The Lost Girl of Berlin by Ella Carey

Thank you to Sarah Hardy and Bookouture for the opportunity to read and review my first Ella Carey novel. Synopsis: The truck stopped for a moment in the freezing, bombed-out street and Kate caught sight of a little girl in a ragged dress on the steps of a once-beautiful mansion. The child’s eyes were startling… Continue reading The Lost Girl of Berlin by Ella Carey

The Secret Notebook by Julia Wild

Thank you to Rachel of Rachel’s Random Resources for the invitation to read and review this book, and to One More Chapter for a digital review copy of the book. Synopsis: When Izzie Dean’s beloved nan, Molly Blackshaw, passes away, Izzie returns to the Blackpool bungalow where she grew up, to say goodbye once and… Continue reading The Secret Notebook by Julia Wild