Book Review – Book Lovers by Emily Henry

If you tell me there is a book out where the setting is book related (i.e., publishers, library etc) I will go straight for it. So, when I heard about Book Lovers I couldn’t resist. This time we travel to America to Nora Stephens, a cut throat literary agent who doesn’t have much luck inContinue reading “Book Review – Book Lovers by Emily Henry”

Top Book Releases for August 2022

I can’t believe we are coming to the end of July, where has the month gone?? This month I am starting a new feature, which is inspired by my friend’s own feature, over at Desert Bookshelf So, without further ado here are my most anticipated book releases for August.

Book Review – The New Doctor at Peony Practice by Christie Barlow

I last read a book from the Love Heart Lane series back in December last year, which was Heartcross Castle. This was the second book I had read in the series and I loved both of them, so when I saw a new title from the series on NetGalley I jumped straight on it. ThisContinue reading “Book Review – The New Doctor at Peony Practice by Christie Barlow”

Book Review – Immanuel by Matthew McConaught

If you had said to me a year ago I would be reading a book about religion, cults and megachurches, I would have laughed in your face. I am not particularly a religious person, although I do believe in something else out there, I am just not sure what. But, I was gifted this byContinue reading “Book Review – Immanuel by Matthew McConaught”

Book Review – Summer at Primrose Tower by Annie Robertson

This book was gifted to me by Welbeck Publishing in exchange for an honest review. I read the author’s previous novel, Christmas at Lobster Bay so I was very excited to jump into this one. The main protagonist of this story is Jennie, a passionate florist who has just been offered an apprenticeship of aContinue reading “Book Review – Summer at Primrose Tower by Annie Robertson”

Book Review – The Colour Storm by Damian Dibben

I first heard of this book from a wonderful friend of mine, whom I met on Bookstagram but can now say is a true friend after meeting her in real life. I can’t deny that the first thing which attracted me to this book was the cover, I mean seriously, look at it. It isContinue reading “Book Review – The Colour Storm by Damian Dibben”

Book Tour – Airside by James Swallow

What would you do if you found a duffle bag filled with 2 million euros? This is the foundation of today’s review and book tour. Thanks to welbeck publishing for gifting me a copy in exchange for an honest review, and for inviting me to take part in this book tour… 📚Book Review 📚 AirsideContinue reading “Book Tour – Airside by James Swallow”

Book Review – The Vanishing Triangle by Claire McGowan

I have always been interested in true crime, but I must admit I haven’t read many true crime novels so when I saw this book I was intrigued. Coming from a strong Irish background, this book instantly caught my eye, as I have always been fascinated with the history of Ireland, the good, the badContinue reading “Book Review – The Vanishing Triangle by Claire McGowan”

Book tour- The Trial of Lotta Rae by Siobhan MacGowan

It’s finally here!! Today the book blog tour for Siobhan MacGowan new book, The Trial of Lotta Rae stops at Lizzieslittlebooknook and I couldn’t be happier!! Now usually I just post a review for all you peeps but as you may have seen I posted this a few days ago and that’s because I haveContinue reading “Book tour- The Trial of Lotta Rae by Siobhan MacGowan”

Book Review – Book of Night by Holly Black

Having read all of the Folk in the Air series by Holly Black in the last few years I was very excited about her foray into adult fantasy. There is of course always some trepidation when a YA author turns their hand to adult fiction as there is always the concern that there will beContinue reading “Book Review – Book of Night by Holly Black”