Thank you to Netgalley, Stephanie Butland and Bonnier Zaffre for my ARC of The Curious Heart of Ailsa Rae. Title: The Curious Heart of Ailsa Rae Author: Stephanie Butland Page Count: 416 Pages Publication Date: 19th April 2018 Rating: 5* Cover: Summary It's only been a few months since Ailsa found out that she wasn't … Continue reading The Curious Heart of Ailsa Rae by Stephanie Butland. Review
Hi all, I hope you've had a wonderful Christmas, full of eating, drinking, presents and of course books! I got quite a few books this Christmas so I wanted to share them with you, so here they are! First off I got 4 autobiographies/memoirs that I've been wanting. Sarah Millican's How to Be Champion, David … Continue reading Christmas Book Haul
It's a big one this month! I had a 2 week break in Tenerife and we literally stayed in a villa in the middle of nowhere, so with nothing else to do, I had no choice but to read, read, read! Ive read 32 books this month, totalling 10,979 Pages. Midnight Crossroad, Day Shift and … Continue reading November Wrap Up 2017
Claire is simply trying to get on with her life without forever being branded 'milk tits' after her bikini slip was caught on film. As part of her volunteering work, she reads to Kam, a boy from her school who had a terrible accident which has left him with a neurological disability. Sef is Kam's … Continue reading Truth or Dare by Non Pratt. Review
Thank you to Netgalley, the publisher and Lisa Gardner for my ARC of Look for Me. Four members of a family are brutally murdered, shot to death in their own home. The fifth member of the family, a teenage girl, and her two blind spaniels are missing. Detective D.D Warren is one of the first … Continue reading Look For Me by Lisa Gardner. Review
The Book of Life is the third and final book in Deborah Harkness’ All Souls Trilogy. Pleased be warned going forward that while there are no spoilers for The Book of Life here, there will be some from the first two books; A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night. After returning from their adventures … Continue reading The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness. Review
Wowzer! Like many other people I loved We Were Liars but Genuine Fraud is something else! The first thing that strikes you about this book is that it starts at the end. Jule, an orphan is living it up in a posh hotel. She’s rich, alone and feisty. But also a little bit mysterious and deadly. … Continue reading Genuine Fraud by E Lockhart. Review
So I'm reading two books at the moment. Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard and Don Quixote by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra. Which means I'll not be able to review for a while as the great Don alone is over 1,000 pages. So I'm going to be doing a couple of book tags in the meantime! … Continue reading Unpopular Opinions Booktag
I want to say initially that having seen some of the really bad reviews of this book on Goodreads, I really cannot understand them. I get that everyone's entitled to their opinions but it's really lost on me, how, if you're a fan of psychological thrillers you couldn't enjoy this book. Now that's out of … Continue reading Behind Closed Doors by Kathryn Croft. Review.
Hi everyone, thanks for visiting my blog again! Just a quick post from me today to say that after a long time thinking about it I've decided to go ahead and launch my own book related product!! It's really exciting but before I can proceed I need to do some research into what my potential … Continue reading Launching a New Book Product!