Book Review – Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson

Thanks to Netgalley and Melissa Ferguson for gifting me a copy in exchange for an honest review. This book has already been released and is available in many bookshops. Would you rather work in a publishing or be a writer? In this book the main character, Savannah does both. Publishing assistant by day for aContinue reading “Book Review – Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson”

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 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 – Heartcross Castle by Christie Barlow

You may have previously seen my review for Christie Barlow’s previous title in this series, The Lakehouse. When I saw she had another one due to come out I rushed straight to Netgalley to request, and was very happy to be accepted. We are back with Bonnie, Felicity, Flynn and co and this time weContinue reading “Book Review – Heartcross Castle by Christie Barlow”

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 – 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”

Book Review – The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst

Its time for another Netgalley review, this time its The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst which is out tomorrow (22nd July) The Lock In is mostly set over one day, or to be exact one consecutive period of time when a group of housemates (and one of the housemate’s date) becomes locked in the atticContinue reading “Book Review – The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst”

Book Review – Waiting to Begin by Amanda Prowse

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”

Book review – Bright Burning Things by Lisa Harding

This was another NetGalley arc I was sent in exchange for an honest review. Blurb: Being Tommy’s mother is too much for Sonya. Too much love, too much fear, too much longing for the cool wine she gulps from the bottle each night. Because Sonya is burning the fish fingers, and driving too fast, andContinue reading “Book review – Bright Burning Things by Lisa Harding”

An Ordinary Life by Amanda Prowse

This was another Netgalley read I was gifted in exchange for an honest review. This particular novel stood out for me, as firstly, I had read one of Amanda’s novels before and enjoyed it and also this one is initially set in WW2 which I always enjoy reading about. An Ordinary Life is all aboutContinue reading “An Ordinary Life by Amanda Prowse”