A Miracle on Hope Street

A Miracle on Hope Street by Emma Heatherington is probably one of my favourite Christmas books ever. Ruth Ryan seemingly has it all but feels the loneliest person in the world. Yes, sound familiar? Finding out that one random act of kindness from her past altered someone's future, made Ruth take a decision that would alter … Continue reading A Miracle on Hope Street

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Secrets at Meadowbrook Manor by Faith Bleasdale

After reading several very average books lately (which obviously didn't get featured in my Recommend Reading section), I had wondered if my reading mojo had disappeared. Thankfully Secrets at Meadowbrook Manor by Faith Bleasdale on Avon Books brought it right back. The review below is featured as part of Blogtober where Bloggers from all over … Continue reading Secrets at Meadowbrook Manor by Faith Bleasdale

Dinner Party by Tracy Bloom

I’ve read several books by Tracy Bloom before so I was excited to be invited to review her new release Dinner Party.  Thanks to Kim Nash of Bookouture for the invite. This is a fast-moving story is centered around 3 couples who meet up for monthly dinner parties, each taking turns to host. The three … Continue reading Dinner Party by Tracy Bloom

An Afternoon of Tea & Cake for the Soul

An Afternoon of Tea and Cake for the Soul is where I get to chat with other bloggers to find out their thoughts and experiences on all the subjects that I cover on my blog.  I decided to share my favourites to kick things off, but you can find links to all my other guests at … Continue reading An Afternoon of Tea & Cake for the Soul

Meet Me at Willow Hall by Carla Burgess

Utterly Delightful. This is a total love story. I must admit to being swayed by covers and authors and I don't always read the blurb so that I get a total surprise when I start reading. This was one of those books. I was instantly moved by reading the letter that Anthony had sent to Rachel finishing … Continue reading Meet Me at Willow Hall by Carla Burgess

The Happiness List by Annie Lyons #BookReview

This book is about 3 women from different generations who are all dealing with grief, betrayal, dissatisfaction or feelings of being taken for granted. The story is written with compassion and humour as you discover the backgrounds of the characters who all have an element of unhappiness in their life. The three sign up for … Continue reading The Happiness List by Annie Lyons #BookReview

Summer on the Little Cornish Isles by Phillipa Ashley #BookReview

This lovely story set on the Little Cornish Isles of Scilly, is what good chick lit is all about - betrayal, romance, humour, friendship, community spirit, and a new business venture thrown in too. Phillipa Ashley has written some interesting characters, everyone has their little quirks, even down to the cat and the dog. I … Continue reading Summer on the Little Cornish Isles by Phillipa Ashley #BookReview