Hi all: Those of you who follow my blog and my reviews will know I fell in love with a collection of stories about some of the characters in Jane Austen’s novels and was determined to read more books by the authors. Here comes another one. And it’s a joy. The Elizabeth Papers by Jenetta James “It
Hi all: Although it’s not one of my usual days to share reviews, the book was just published yesterday, and I thought you might enjoy this for your Easter holiday. I bring you another book by an author you might remember if you’ve been following my blog in recent times. Schhhhh! It’s a mystery! Lover’s
Hi all: I seem to be reading a lot of thrillers recently, although this one had been on my Kindle for a long time (and I’ve read it will become a TV series…) Ragdoll: The thrilling Sunday Times bestseller everyone is talking about (Ragdoll 1) by Daniel Cole ‘A brilliant, breathless thriller‘ MJ Arlidge, author of Hide and
Hi all: Today I bring you a chick-lit story, with betrayals, lies, toxic friendships, and an interesting setting. Faking Friends by Jane Fallon Your best friend stole your fiancé. Do you run away and hide, or start planning your revenge? Find out in Sunday Times bestselling author Jane Fallon’s BRAND NEW novel. ‘A deftly plotted, witty tale of revenge. It’s a romcom
Hi all: Once more I’m catching up on a very popular author that for unknown reasons I had not read until now. And as I seem to be reading a lot of historical fiction at the moment, it was about time too. As a theatre lover, I really enjoyed this book. Fools and Mortals: A
Hi all: Today I bring you a book that is not in one of my usual genres. This time it wasn’t the book for me. The Bleeders (Daemons of London – Book 1) by Michaela Haze The Bleeders is a Psychological, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance. “This is one of the best books I have read in a
Hi all: Today I bring you a book I was approached to review. I had (have) quite a long list of books to read, but somehow it seemed quite different to the books I had been reading recently, and I remembered that a change is a good as a rest. So, here it is: 31
Hi all: This week I start with a non-fiction book, one of Pen & Sword Books new releases (don’t forget to check, they have an amazing catalogue) and one I wanted to read after having read so much fiction about the era. Lissa Chapman does a great job, indeed. Anne Boleyn in London by Lissa Chapman Romantic
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