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
Thank you to the lovely people at Century part of the Penguin Random House group for my copy of Katie Fforde's A Country Escape. Title: A Country Escape Author: Katie Fforde Publication Date: 22nd February 2018 Page Count: 384 Pages Rating: 5* Quote: 'Would you still love me if I stopped being afraid of cows?' … Continue reading A Country Escape by Katie Fforde. 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
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
Thank you to Netgalley, the publisher and Julie C Dao for my copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns is the debut novel from Julie C Dao and the first in the series Rise of the Empress. There is a rise in Eastern Asian fantasy fiction at … Continue reading Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C Dao
'Almost midnight - that wicked, magic hour - on a night menaced by ice and storm and the abyss of the featureless sky.' I absolutely adored The Bear and the Nightingale so I was so happy when I was granted a review copy of The Girl in the Tower thanks to Netgalley and Ebury publishing. … Continue reading The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden. 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!
I have a confession to make... I love stories about the English Monarchy. I'm a royalist through and through, I love the fact that I as an Englishwoman have a Monarch, I don't care that they're mostly seen as being 'for show' and I find the history of the royal line absolutely fascinating. So in … Continue reading Victoria by Daisy Goodwin. Review
Wowee what a rollercoaster of a novel! I first got into Dorothy Koomson's books when I watched the mini series The Ice Cream Girls on tv and of course read the book. Thank you to Cornerstone Publishing for the opportunity to read Dorothy's latest novel The Friend. Cece moves to Brighton for her husband, she … Continue reading The Friend by Dorothy Koomson. Review