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

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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

The Backpacking Housewife by Janice Horton #BookReview

The Backpacking Housewife by Janice Horton  The Backpacking Housewife was not at all what I imagined it was going to be. It is not your traditional Chick Lit novel, more of a travel guide, nature programme and verbal holiday diary all mixed into one, especially where it is written in the first person.  Much of … Continue reading The Backpacking Housewife by Janice Horton #BookReview

Last of the Summer Vines by Romy Summer #BookReview

Firstly, I’d like to thank Romy Sommer, Harper Impulse and Killer Reads for a copy of this book for review on NetGalley. As I enjoyed it so much I'm happy to share it with you as part of my Recommended Reads. Before I start I would like to point out that this book should come … Continue reading Last of the Summer Vines by Romy Summer #BookReview