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]

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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]

One Small Act of Kindness [audiobook review]

Title: One Small Act of Kindness Author: Lucy Dillon Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton [Synopsis] What can you do to make the world a better place? Libby helps a stranger, and transforms her life in the process. Libby and her husband Jason have moved back to his hometown to turn the family B&B into a boutique… Continue reading One Small Act of Kindness [audiobook review]

Wilde Like Me [review]

Title: Wilde Like Me Author: Louise Pentland Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre [Synopsis] Meet Robin Wilde! You'll make a friend for life and she'll take you on a journey you'll never forget ... Single mum Robin Wilde adores her six-year-old daughter and loves her job as a make up artist's assistant. She has a wonderful best friend… Continue reading Wilde Like Me [review]

About Last Night [review]

Title: About Last Night Author: Catherine Alliott Publisher: Michael Joseph (Penguin) [Synopsis] The funny, enthralling and heartwarming story of a woman who gets a second chance in life - but will she have the courage to take it? Molly has moved from London to rural Herefordshire chasing the Good Life. Swapping the tube for the… Continue reading About Last Night [review]

The One That Got Away [review]

Title: The One That Got Away Author: Melissa Pimentel Publisher: Michael Joseph [Synopsis] Ruby and Ethan were perfect for each other. Until the day they suddenly weren't. Now, ten years later, Ruby is single, having spent the last decade focusing on her demanding career and hectic life in Manhattan. There's barely time for a trip… Continue reading The One That Got Away [review]

The Fifth Letter [review]

Title: The Fifth Letter Author: Nicola Moriarty Publisher: Penguin UK - Michael Joseph [Synopsis] A fun vacation game turns destructive, exposing dark secrets, deeply buried grudges, and a shocking betrayal in Nicola Moriarity’s intriguing debut. Four friends . . . Joni, Deb, Eden, and Trina have been best friends since high school, sharing a bond… Continue reading The Fifth Letter [review]

Between Sisters [review]

[Synopsis] Cassie has spent her married life doing everything right - making sure her children have the perfect life, being a devoted wife to her husband and a dutiful daughter-in-law to his mother, even when her patience has been tested. Although it has left her so exhausted that 'wine o'clock' comes a little earlier each… Continue reading Between Sisters [review]