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”
This was a book I have had on my shelf for YEARS, and never got round to it. It always sounded interesting but I just never picked it up. So as one of the prompts for Ghost of Bookmas Present is a book you haven’t read yet, I thought of this one. Now I knowContinue reading “Book Review – Saving Phoebe Murrow by Herts Feely”
Just a quick post to say Happy Publication Day to Susan Horsnell for “Mistletoe Cottage” It is a lovely, cosy festive read and you can check out my review for it here. Hope you are having a great week so far. Much love 💜
It’s that time of year again! The nights are getting darker earlier, days are getting colder and oh yes…. IT’S CHRISTMAS!! I love a good festive romance novel and so I jumped at the chance to read this arc in exchange for an honest review. So, get your pyjamas on, make a nice hot chocolateContinue reading “Book Review – Mistletoe Cottage by Susan Horsnell”
What do you do when your career has consisted of being an escort and a thief and then you wake up and realise you may be too old for it? This is the conundrum faced by Stef as one failed job makes him rethink his entire life.