Beach House Summer by Sarah Morgan

Thank you to HQ Stories for the invitation to join the blog tour and for a copy of the book to review. I’ve read and enjoyed many of Sarah’s books over the past few years, my last review can be found at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2021/05/31/the-summer-seekers-by-sarah-morgan/ Synopsis: A marriage in the spotlightJoanna Whitman’s high-profile marriage held more secrets… Continue reading Beach House Summer by Sarah Morgan

Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare

Thank you to HQ Stories for the opportunity to read and review Miss Aldrige Regrets for the blog tour. The book will be published later this week on Thursday 28th April. Synopsis: London, 1936 Lena Aldridge is wondering if life has passed her by. The dazzling theatre career she hoped for hasn’t worked out. Instead,… Continue reading Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare

Mothers and Daughter by Erica James

Thank you to HQ (Harper Collins) and Readers First for the opportunity to read and review Mothers and Daughters by Erica James. The book was published in hardback and ebook last week. I’m sharing a mini non spoiler review today. Synopsis: Even happy families have their secrets… Since the sudden death of her husband, Naomi… Continue reading Mothers and Daughter by Erica James

Both of You by Adele Parks

Thank you to HQ for the invitation to join the paperback publication launch event for Both of You by Adele Parks and the gorgeous package above. Today I’m sharing a mini review for Both of You. Synopsis: Happy. Married. Missing. Leigh Fletcher, devoted wife and stepmum, goes to work one day and never returns home.… Continue reading Both of You by Adele Parks

The Unravelling by Polly Crosby

Thank you to Alliya at HQ Books (Harper Collins UK) for the opportunity to join the blog tour and a digital proof copy of the book to read and review. This is the first book I’ve read by Polly Crosby. Synopsis: When Tartelin Brown accepts a job with the reclusive Marianne Stourbridge, she finds herself… Continue reading The Unravelling by Polly Crosby

The Return by Anita Frank

Thank you HQ Books for the opportunity to read and review a digital review copy on NetGalley. I’m sharing a mini review today. Synopsis: From the author of The Lost Ones, shortlisted for the Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award and Historical Writers’ Association Debut Crown Award… Jack Ellison’s war is over, but the battle for his… Continue reading The Return by Anita Frank

Midnight in Everwood by M. A. Kuzniar

Thank you to Sian Baldwin of HQ Books for the invitation to read and review a digital copy via NetGalley for the blog tour. Midnight in Everwood was published in the UK yesterday. Synopsis: In the darkness of night, magic awaits… Nottingham, 1906 Marietta Stelle longs to be a ballerina but, as Christmas draws nearer,… Continue reading Midnight in Everwood by M. A. Kuzniar

Quite by Claudia Winkleman

Thank you to HQ Books and the Tandem Collective for a surprise parcel last weekend. I was thrilled to find a copy of the new paperback edition of Quite, a matching tote bag and other treats. I started flicking through the book and found myself quickly hooked into the book. Synopsis: Claudia Winkleman’s warmth, humour, no-holds-barred… Continue reading Quite by Claudia Winkleman

The Art of Loving You by by Amelia Henley

Thanks to Sian and the HQ PR Team for the invitation to join the blog tour and for a digital review copy to read and review. Synopsis: They were so in love . . . And then life changed forever . . . Will they find happiness again? Libby and Jack are the happiest they’ve ever been. Thanks… Continue reading The Art of Loving You by by Amelia Henley

The River Between Us by Liz Fenwick

Thank you to HQ stories for the invitation to read and review The River Between Us. Thank you to Liz Fenwick for my gorgeous proof copy and goodies, from a social media prize draw at Easter. The book was published yesterday in the UK. Synopsis: Following the breakdown of her marriage, Theo has bought a… Continue reading The River Between Us by Liz Fenwick