This is another review of a Netgalley book I read recently. The review is a little late as the book is already out but I had to read it as it is by the wonderful Amanda Prowse, an author I reviewed earlier on in the year and loved called An Ordinary Life. It was aContinue reading “Book Review – Waiting to Begin by Amanda Prowse”
This was the perfect read last week as it was lovely and sunny and hot and this book is a great summer romance.
After what seemingly was a night of passion, with the gorgeous Jamie, Tilly aka Matilda feels that she may have found The One. However when he doesn’t call she thinks otherwise. That is until a chance encounter in the library she works at, when everything changes and love may well be back on the cards.
This is another book I received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. So without further ado, let’s have a bit of a blurb: From the outside, everyone might think Fern and Rose are as close as twin sisters can be: Rose is the responsible one and Fern is the quirky one. But theContinue reading “Book Review – Good Sister by Sally Hepworth”
I read this book almost straight after the Shadow and Bone trilogy which I loved. So I was on a bit of a book high and so there was a lot riding on the next grishaverse book series, Six of Crows. This book takes us to the seedy, dark, criminal underworld of Ketterdam. We meetContinue reading “Book Review – Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo”
This is another Netgalley book I was gifted in exchange for an honest review. I was looking for something a bit more romantic and a bit more easy going to read and I came across this one. It initially grabbed me as it reminded me of the amazing song by The Fray which has theContinue reading “Book Review – How to Save a Life by Eva Carter”
This is another Netgalley arc I was given in exchange for an honest review. So here we go… The Perfect Nanny initially attracted me as it sounded like an intriguing suburban thriller which I love. There is just something so satisfying reading about rich people getting karma, their just desserts, or maybe that’s just me.Continue reading “Book Review – Perfect Nanny by Karen Clarke and Amanda Brittany”
Ahead of Kate Allen’s book tour this week to celebrate the launch of her novel, Fear of Flying I was honoured to be given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
~ Libraries are lungs, books the fresh air breathed in to keep the heart beating, to keep the brain imagining, to keep hope alive. I read this with a wonderful group of Bookstagrammers as part of a Tandem Collective read along. This was the 3rd one I had taken part in, the previous ones HungryContinue reading “Book Review – The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles”
We made it! The final book in the Shadow and Bone trilogy. It has been such an adventure with Mal and Alina that I admit I never wanted it to end. But here we go…..