I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella [review]

i owe you one - sophie kinsella

Title: I Owe You One Author: Sophie Kinsella Publisher: Bantam Press [Synopsis] Fixie Farr has always lived by her father’s motto: “Family first.” But since her dad passed away, leaving his charming housewares store in the hands of his wife and children, Fixie spends all her time picking up the slack from her siblings instead… Continue reading I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella [review]


One Thousand Stars and You by Isabelle Broom [review]

Title: One Thousand Stars and You Author: Isabelle Broom Publisher: Penguin UK [Synopsis] One spark will light up both their lives. Alice is settling down. It might not be the adventurous life she once imagined, but more than anything she wants to make everyone happy - her steady boyfriend, her over-protective mother - even if… Continue reading One Thousand Stars and You by Isabelle Broom [review]

While I Was Sleeping [review]

Title: While I Was Sleeping Author: Dani Atkins Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK [Synopsis] I don't remember what happened or what has changed. I can still hear your voices but you can't seem to hear me. I was about to be married and had everything to look forward to. Now I have to find a way… Continue reading While I Was Sleeping [review]

The Kiss Quotient [review]

Title: The Kiss Quotient Author: Helen Hoang Publisher: Corvus [Synopsis] Stella Lane thinks math is the only thing that unites the universe. She comes up with algorithms to predict customer purchases--a job that has given her more money than she knows what to do with, and way less experience in the dating department than the… Continue reading The Kiss Quotient [review]

The Man Who Didn’t Call [review]

Title: The Man Who Didn't Call Author: Rosie Walsh Publisher: Pan Macmillan [Synopsis] Imagine you meet a man, spend six glorious days together, and fall in love. And it’s mutual: you’ve never been so certain of anything. So when he leaves for a long-booked holiday and promises to call from the airport, you have no… Continue reading The Man Who Didn’t Call [review]

You Me Everything [review]

Title: You Me Everything Author: Catherine Isaac Publisher: Simon & Schuster [Synopsis] You and me, we have history. We have a child together. We have kept secrets from each other for far too long. This summer, in the beautiful hills of the Dordogne, it is time for everything to change. You, Me, Everything is a… Continue reading You Me Everything [review]

A Year At Meadowbrook Manor [blog tour extract]

Today you can enjoy an extract from the new novel by Faith Bleasdale, called A Year At Meadowbook Manor, as part of the blog tour! Title: A Year At Meadowbrook Manor Author: Faith Bleasdale Publisher: Avon Books - HarperCollins UK [Synopsis] The Singer siblings are back at Meadowbrook Manor and their father has one last request… Harriet Singer… Continue reading A Year At Meadowbrook Manor [blog tour extract]

It Started With A Tweet [blog tour review + GIVEAWAY!]

Today I'm really excited to be on the blog tour for Anna Bell's newest novel, It Started With A Tweet! Read on to see what I thought of it, plus a giveaway to win a copy (there's 3 to give away)... Title: It Started With A Tweet Author: Anna Bell Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre [Synopsis] Can Daisy… Continue reading It Started With A Tweet [blog tour review + GIVEAWAY!]

31 Days of Wonder [review]

Title: 31 Days of Wonder Author: Tom Winter Publisher: Corsair - Little Brown Book Group UK [Synopsis] 'And in that instant, he knows in his heart that today is a momentous day; come what may, he and Alice will meet again, and life will never be the same.' Alice is stuck in an internship she… Continue reading 31 Days of Wonder [review]

Shelter [review]

Title: Shelter Author: Sarah Franklin Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre [Synopsis] Early spring 1944. In a clearing deep within an English forest two lost souls meet for the first time. Connie Granger has escaped the devastation of her bombed out city home. She has found work in the Women's Timber Corps, and for her, this remote community… Continue reading Shelter [review]