The Miseducation of Evie Epworth by Matson Taylor

Today I’m absolutely thrilled to share my review for this stunning debut novel on my book blog today. Thank you to Jess Barratt at Scribner, a Simon and Schuster UK imprint, for this gorgeous proof copy – my thoughts about the book are all my own and not influenced by the gift. I will be… Continue reading The Miseducation of Evie Epworth by Matson Taylor

The Beginner’s Guide to Loneliness by Laura Bambrey

I’m thrilled to share my review for the debut novel by Laura Bambrey on my book review blog today. Thank you to Simon and Schuster UK for granting my wish on NetGalley to read and review – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: Tori Williamson is alone. After a… Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to Loneliness by Laura Bambrey

The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish

I’m thrilled to share my review for the latest book by Louise Candlish on my blog today. Synopsis: On the morning of Monday 23rd December, Jamie Buckby takes the commuter riverboat from his home in St Mary’s, southeast London, to work in Central London, noting that his good friend and neighbour Kit Roper has not… Continue reading The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish

My One True North by Milly Johnson

I’m pleased to finally be able to share my review for the fabulous new book by Milly Johnson on my book review blog today. I say finally because I had dropped subtle hints that I would like a copy of this for Mothers Day. Sadly my hints were too subtle (or perhaps the start of… Continue reading My One True North by Milly Johnson

A Map of the Damage Sophia Tobin

I’m thrilled to share my review for one of my favourite time slip historical fiction books. Thank you to Simon and Schuster UK for a stunning paperback copy – my thoughts are my own and are not influenced by the gift. A Map of the Damage was published in paperback in April 2020. Synopsis: London,… Continue reading A Map of the Damage Sophia Tobin

Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan

I’m pleased to share my review for the new book by Sarah Vaughan – thank you to Simon and Schuster UK for a digital review copy via NetGalley. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the free digital proof copy. Synopsis: A new thought-provoking novel exploring the complexity of motherhood and all that… Continue reading Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan

The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton by Anstey Harris

GRACE ATHERTON HAS FALLEN OUT OF LOVE … AND INTO LIFE Between the simple melody of running her violin shop and the full-blown orchestra of her romantic interludes in Paris with David, her devoted partner of eight years, Grace Atherton has always set her life to music. Her world revolves entirely around David, for Grace’s… Continue reading The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton by Anstey Harris

Book Review of Where We Belong by Anstey Harris

One summer.One house.One family learning to love again. Cate Morris and her son, Leo, are homeless, adrift. They’ve packed up the boxes from their London home, said goodbye to friends and colleagues, and now they are on their way to ‘Hatters Museum of the Wide Wide World – to stay just for the summer. Cate doesn’t want to… Continue reading Book Review of Where We Belong by Anstey Harris

The Love Child by Rachel Hore #bookreview

A young mother’s sacrifice. A child’s desperate search for the truth . . . London, 1917 When nineteen-year-old Alice Copeman becomes pregnant, she is forced by her father and stepmother to give up the baby.  She simply cannot be allowed to bring shame upon her family. But all Alice can think about is the small, kitten-like child… Continue reading The Love Child by Rachel Hore #bookreview