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

Summer in the City by Fiona Collins

Thank you to Anne Cater and Penguin Random House for the opportunity to join the blog tour for this book, and for the review copy to read. The ebook is available to purchase now and the paperback will be available on 8th July. Synopsis: Prue is not someone you would notice willingly. She likes to… Continue reading Summer in the City by Fiona Collins

Summer in the City by Fiona Collins

Thank you to Anne Cater and Penguin Random House for the opportunity to join the blog tour for this book, and for the review copy to read. The ebook is available to purchase now and the paperback will be available on 8th July. Synopsis: Prue is not someone you would notice willingly. She likes to… Continue reading Summer in the City by Fiona Collins

An Act of Love by Carol Drinkwater

Thank you to Chrissie at Michael Joseph Books for the invitation to join the blog tour for An Act of Love by Carol Drinkwater, published in the UK on April 29th and a copy of the book to read and review. Synopsis: It was an idyllic summer. Until they had to escape. France, 1943. Forced… Continue reading An Act of Love by Carol Drinkwater

Grown Ups by Marian Keyes

Today I’m sharing my review from February 2020 again, to celebrate the paperback publication of Grown Ups by Michael Joseph Books. Looking forward to seeing these in bookshops once Lockdown 3 ends in England, Which colour should I treat myself too? The synopsis: They’re a glamorous family, the Caseys. Johnny Casey, his two brothers Ed… Continue reading Grown Ups by Marian Keyes

Away with the Penguins by Hazel Prior

Today I’m sharing my review for this lovely book again to celebrate the paperback publication yesterday AND the announcement that this has been chosen as one of the Richard and Judy book club books. Thank you to Random House (Penguin UK) for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own. This… Continue reading Away with the Penguins by Hazel Prior

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

I’m thrilled to share my full review for this impressive debut novel today. Thank you to Viking Books and Penguin Books UK for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my views are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet up once a week… Continue reading The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

Eight Detectives by Alex Pavesi

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my review for this impressive debut novel by Alex Pavesi. Thank you to Michael Joseph at Penguin UK for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: All murder mysteries follow a simple set of rules. Grant McAllister,… Continue reading Eight Detectives by Alex Pavesi

The Tuscan Contessa by Dinah Jefferies

I’m pleased to share my review for The Tuscan Contessa by Dinah Jefferies on my book blog today – the ebook is currently 99p on the Kindle. Thank you Penguin Books for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: In 1940s Tuscany, Contessa… Continue reading The Tuscan Contessa by Dinah Jefferies

The Better Half : On the Genetic Superiority of Women by Sharon Moalem

Today I’m pleased to share a review for a non fiction book on my blog. Thank you to Penguin UK for a digital proof copy via NetGalley – apologies for the delay in reading and reviewing. Synopsis (from Goodreads) : An award-winning medic and scientist makes the game-changing case that genetic females are stronger than… Continue reading The Better Half : On the Genetic Superiority of Women by Sharon Moalem