Book Review – The Trial of Lotta Rae by Siobhan MacGowan

Thanks to Welbeck Publishing for gifting me this book in exchange for an honest review. I am also honoured to take part in the book tour for this title. So, watch this space on 24th May for my stop on the tour. The Trial of Lotta Rae instantly attracted my attention after reading the blurb,Continue reading “Book Review – The Trial of Lotta Rae by Siobhan MacGowan”

Book Review- Playing for Love by Jeevani Charika

What do you get if you combine a less futuristic version of Ready Player One with a romantic comedy? Well, the answer is you get something similar to Playing for Love by Jeevani Charika. As some of you may know by the now, as well as being a complete book worm I am also aContinue reading “Book Review- Playing for Love by Jeevani Charika”

Book Tour – Nothing’s As It Seems by Holly Brandon

It’s time for another book tour, yes two in one day, or two for the price of one you lucky people 😉 This time we go from thriller to contemporary rom com in the shape of Nothing’s as it seems by Holly Brandon. This is the 2nd book in the Life in the Chastity zoneContinue reading “Book Tour – Nothing’s As It Seems by Holly Brandon”

Book Review- Magic, Lies and Deadly Pies by Misha Popp

Anyone that knows me knows I love a good foodie fiction book so when I saw the title Magic, Lies and Deadly Pies on NetGalley, how could I say no?

Book Review – Asgard and the Hunt by CT Ortega (Book 3 of the Warfare of the Gods series)

For those that have been following me you will already know the name, CT Ortega as I have reviewed a lot of his books in the last year. I first discovered him through my wonderful co-host of Speaking LITerally Podcast, Holly who introduced me to him and who we then interviewed on the show. HeContinue reading “Book Review – Asgard and the Hunt by CT Ortega (Book 3 of the Warfare of the Gods series)”

Book Review – The Ice Coven by Max Seeck

I was gifted this book by Welbeck publishing in exchange for an honest review. I will admit I haven’t read the first book in the Jessica Niemi series, The Witch Hunter, but I feel it hasn’t hindered my enjoyment of the book.

Book Review – The Editor’s Wife by Clare Chambers

This was another Netgalley read I was gifted in exchange for an honest review. My usual genres at the moment have been thrillers, romance or fantasy so I thought I would try something a bit different. So without further ado let’s have a bit of a blurb: Blurb When aspiring novelist Christopher Flinders drops outContinue reading “Book Review – The Editor’s Wife by Clare Chambers”

Book Review – All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford

This novel was another one I had the pleasure of reading through NetGalley. So thank you to Netgalley and Amazon Publishing for this opportunity to read and review Martyn Ford’s latest novel, All Our Darkest Secrets. Blurb He’d do anything to protect his wife. But what if that meant making the biggest mistake of all?Continue reading “Book Review – All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford”

Book Review – Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune

I must admit I haven’t read his first novel, House in the Cerulean Sea. However I have heard so many good things about that novel and so I jumped at the chance to read and review this title through Netgalley. Needless to say I am now biting at the bit to read his previous title.Continue reading “Book Review – Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune”

Book Review – The Mismatch by Sara Jafari

This was another Netgalley review, however this book is out now. As always, I was gifted a free copy in exchange for an honest review. 📚Blurb📚 For a young woman who just wants to get her first kiss out of the way, a rugby player seems like the perfect mismatch. But a kiss is neverContinue reading “Book Review – The Mismatch by Sara Jafari”