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…..
This is a book I was sent a while ago in exchange for an honest review and I finally got round to reading it recently. Blurb: The first instalment of the Liberate Me series. Follow the very different characters of Isaac, Colton, and Carl, who all live in the same broken piece of the world—butContinue reading “Book Review – Liberate Me by Joshua Hall”
Having recently read Shadow and Bone and loved it I was keen to jump into the next one as soon as possible. Blurb: Hunted across the True Sea, haunted by the lives she took on the Fold, Alina must try to make a life with Mal in an unfamiliar land, all while keeping her identityContinue reading “Book Review – Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo”
I always love reading memoirs, I especially like listening to the audiobook version if it is narrated by the author. I enjoy hearing the writer’s words, the way he or she describes their life, it makes it that much more real. But when it comes to biographies I must admit I haven’t dabbled much inContinue reading “Book Review – Dostoevsky in Love by Alex Christofi”
How would you react if you suddenly found out you had a half sister you never knew about? Me, I would be pretty shocked especially as I am one of 5 siblings already but I don’t think I would have been as shocked as the main character, Ava who believed she was an only childContinue reading “The Sister Surprise by Abigail Mann”
This is another title I was given access to from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. It was released at the end of 2020 and I am honoured to be able to review it for you. The Lake House is part of a series called the Love Heart Lane series and this wasContinue reading “Book Review – The Lake House by Christie Barlow”