The Birdcage by Eve Chase

Thank you to Gaby Young of Michael Joseph Books for a stunning proof copy of The Birdcage by Eve Chase. I enjoyed reading The Glass House by Eve in 2020 and you can read my review here https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/12/10/the-glass-house-by-eve-chase/ The Birdcage is published today (13 October) in paperback. I’m resharing a mini review today. Synopsis: Some… Continue reading The Birdcage by Eve Chase

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Hello, Stranger by Rachel Marks

From their very first date, Jamie and Lucy know they’ve met THE ONE. They’re as different as night and day. Jamie’s a home bird, while Lucy’s happiest on holiday. He has a place for everything – she can never find her keys. Yet, somehow, they make each other happier than they ever thought possible. So why… Continue reading Hello, Stranger by Rachel Marks

Meredith Alone by Claire Alexander

Meredith Maggs hasn’t left her house in 1,214 days.┬áBut she insists she isn’t alone. She has her cat, Fred. Her friend Sadie visits when she can. There’s her online support group, StrengthInNumbers. She has her jigsaws, favourite recipes, her beloved Emily Dickinson, the internet, the Tesco delivery man and her treacherous memories for company. But… Continue reading Meredith Alone by Claire Alexander

Just Got Real by Jane Fallon

When happily divorced Joni is reluctantly talked into joining a dating app, she is surprised to quickly hit it off with Ant. Phone calls and texts soon evolve into a plan to meet up. Which is a problem, as Joni’s profile picture is of someone else. Joni daren’t confess her lie. Yet unable to stop… Continue reading Just Got Real by Jane Fallon

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 Birdcage by Eve Chase

Thank you to Gaby Young of Michael Joseph Books for a stunning proof copy of The Birdcage by Eve Chase. I enjoyed reading The Glass House by Eve in 2020 and you can read my review here https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/12/10/the-glass-house-by-eve-chase/ The Birdcage is published today (28 April) in hardback and ebook formats. I’m sharing a mini review… Continue reading The Birdcage by Eve Chase

That Night by Gillian McAllister

Thank you to Sriya Varadharajan of Michael Joseph Books for the invitation to join the Gillian McAllister blog tour and for a proof copy to read and review. This is the second book I’ve read and enjoyed by Gillian McAllister (my review for How To Disappear can be found at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2020/07/09/how-to-disappear-by-gillian-mcallister/ ) Synopsis: What would… Continue reading That Night by Gillian McAllister

The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst

Thank you to Sriya at Michael Joseph Books for the invite to join the blog tour and a proof copy to read and review. Synopsis: Ellen and Alexa have survived hangovers, dodgy landlords and most of their twenties together. But can they survive this? One Saturday morning a flooded kitchen leads best friends Ellen and… Continue reading The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst

The Metal Heart by Caroline Lea

I’m thrilled to be sharing my thoughts about this stunning historical fiction novel today. Thank you to Chrissie and Laura at Penguin Michael Joseph for a copy of the stunning proof to read and review. Synopsis: Orkney, 1940. Five hundred Italian prisoners-of-war arrive to fortify these remote and windswept islands. Resentful islanders are fearful of… Continue reading The Metal Heart by Caroline Lea

Worst. Idea. Ever. by Jane Fallon

Thanks to Gaby Young at Michael Joseph Books for the invitation to join the blog tour for the latest book by Jane Fallon, Worst. Idea. Ever, and for the gift of a proof copy to read and review. Synopsis: Best friends tell each other everything.Or do they? Georgia and Lydia are so close, they’re practically… Continue reading Worst. Idea. Ever. by Jane Fallon