The World at my Feet by Catherine Isaac

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my thoughts about the latest book by Catherine Isaac (aka Jane Costello). Thank you to Simon and Schuster UK / Books and the City for the digital proof via NetGalley. Last year I enjoyed reading her previous novels, You, Me, Everything and Messy Wonderful Us (see my reviews at… Continue reading The World at my Feet by Catherine Isaac

A Taste of Home by Heidi Swain

Thanks to Books and The City/Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read and read a digital proof copy of the new Heidi Swain book after hearing about this at the Showcase 2021 event. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. This book is due to be published in the UK… Continue reading A Taste of Home by Heidi Swain

The House Beneath the Cliffs by Sharon Gosling

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my thoughts about this debut adult fiction novel by Sharon Gosling. Thanks to Sara-Jade at Books and The City for this gorgeous proof copy, my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. The book is due to be published by Simon and Schuster in the UK… Continue reading The House Beneath the Cliffs by Sharon Gosling

The Christmas Wish List by Heidi Swain

Today I’m happy to be sharing my mini review for the third Wynbridge novel I’ve read this week by the lovely Heidi Swain, currently 99p on the Kindle. Synopsis: After being let go from her job in a swanky hotel just weeks before Christmas, Hattie is feeling lost. Even more so when her high-flying boyfriend… Continue reading The Christmas Wish List by Heidi Swain

Snowflakes and Cinnamon Swirls at The Winter Wonderland by Heidi Swain

Today I’m sharing my thoughts about this fabulous festive book, by an author I only discovered this year. This was my Christmas Day afternoon read, whilst my husband snored on the sofa and our teenagers caught up on their social media accounts. With no travelling to visit family in Yorkshire (or even locally) this year,… Continue reading Snowflakes and Cinnamon Swirls at The Winter Wonderland by Heidi Swain

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day by Milly Johnson

Thank you to Team Books and the City for a copy of this book. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: It’s nearly Christmas and it’s snowing, hard. Deep in the Yorkshire Moors nestles a tiny hamlet, with a pub at its heart. As the snow falls, the inn will become… Continue reading I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day by Milly Johnson

The Winter Garden by Heidi Swain

I’m pleased to share my review for the latest book by Heidi Swain on my book review blog today. Thank you to the publisher for a digital review copy, my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. I’m not sure why it took me so long, but I only discovered Heidi Swain’s… Continue reading The Winter Garden by Heidi Swain

Poppy’s Recipe For Life by Heidi Swain

Today I’m sharing my thoughts about Poppy’s Recipe for Life by Heidi Swain. Although this is book 2 in the Nightingale Square series, this was actually the third book I read, having read the new The Winter Garden book first. This was published in 2019 and has been sat on my Kindle for a few… Continue reading Poppy’s Recipe For Life by Heidi Swain

Sunshine and Sweet Peas in Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain

Today I’m sharing a mini review for the first in the series of the Nightingale Square books by Heidi Swain. Having read and enjoyed a proof copy of the third book in the series (The Winter Garden), I was thrilled to find the first two books on my Kindle (bought over the past couple of… Continue reading Sunshine and Sweet Peas in Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain

Guest post by Laura Bambrey – author of The Beginner’s Guide to Loneliness

I’m thrilled to share a guest post by Laura Bambrey on my book review blog today. Yesterday Simon and Schuster UK published Laura’s debut novel in ebook. Today I’m pleased to welcome Laura to speak more about the main theme of her debut novel. Hi Karen! Thank you so much for having me on your… Continue reading Guest post by Laura Bambrey – author of The Beginner’s Guide to Loneliness