Three’s A Crowd by S. R. Booker

What happens when an estranged father and son unwittingly fall in love with the same woman? Out-of-work actor Harriet is recuperating from a crash-and-burn affair with Damian – aka ‘Cockweasel’ – and making ends meet as a barista when she meets two rather lovely men. Tom is a regular at the café, and seems like such a nice guy. Smooth-talking DJ Richard is… Continue reading Three’s A Crowd by S. R. Booker

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

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

When the Music Stops by Joe Heap

I’m pleased to be sharing my review again as part of the blog tour organised by Anne at Random Things Tours to celebrate the paperback publication today of When the Music Stops. Thank you to Anne and Harper Fiction for a digital review copy, my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift.… Continue reading When the Music Stops by Joe Heap

Saving Missy by Beth Morrey

Today, I’m sharing my updated review for Saving Missy by Beth Morrey, out in paperback in the UK today. I received my copy from Readers First and read it over the weekend. Synopsis:- Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. Woman meets dog… The world has changed around Missy Carmichael. At seventy-nine, she’s estranged from her… Continue reading Saving Missy by Beth Morrey