An emotional and heavy read, Chris Cleave's "Incendiary" looks at the aftermath of a terrorist attack and how grief, guilt and loss can affect a person. I didn't love it as much as "Little Bee" but it's still 4 stars from me.
It’s my stop on the “I Can't Tell You Why” blog tour! "I Can't Tell You Why" tells the story of a woman questioning the decisions she has made in her love life. Recommended for fans of contemporary romance that doesn't always go to plan - it's 4 stars from me.
It’s my stop on the “Bridge to Eternity” blog tour! "Bridge to Eternity" is an emotional rollercoaster. Full of history and memories, Romola Farr tells the story of 65 year old Audrey leaving her family and her past behind for a new life in Hawksmead, or so she says! I enjoyed this one - 4 stars.
It’s my stop on the “Smile of the Stowaway” blog tour! This is a well-paced, enjoyable story of immigration, crime and uncovering the truth. If you're a fan of British crime fiction, give this book a go - it's 4 stars from me!
It's my stop on the #YouToo blog tour! This is a gripping mystery with likable characters. If you're a fan of British crime fiction, I'd recommend giving this one a go - it's 4 stars from me and I'll be keeping an eye out for more Dr Jocasta Hughes mysteries in the future.
It’s my stop on the “The Perfect Moment” blog tour! This is a fun, feel-good romance that will leave you with a smile on your face. The four main characters are likable and warm and you'll be routing for them all to have happy endings!
“The Promise Between Us” is a powerful and educational story which addresses the less well-known side of OCD and explores how such an illness can affect a family. I'm giving this book 4 stars – thanks again to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources and author Barbara Claypole White for the opportunity to read this book!
A beautifully written love song to the piano, "The Forest of Wool and Steel" is a truly captivating story. Another piece of Japanese literature that I really enjoyed, it's 4 stars from me.
It’s my stop on the “The Wrong Envelope” blog tour! A quaint story of romance in the 1920s in rural Devon. Bernard Cavalier doesn't make a great first impression and his second one isn't much better either, but he's determined to make this relationship work. A charming 4 stars for Liz Treacher's "The Wrong Envelope".
"Malamander" is a really fun read which comes highly recommended for its target audience. I've just found out that this book is going to be part of a series, and wish the author all the best with that!