I saw this over at Cleopatra Loves Books, and thought it was a great idea to look back at books read so far in 2017. Hosted by Jo's Book Journey, the idea is sharing 6 books, in 6 categories from the first half of the year. So here's my choices: 6 Books I Have Enjoyed… Continue reading Six In Six – A Look Back At Some Of My Top Books Of 2017 So Far…
A stunning coming-of-age debut full of love and danger, secrets and lies: this is a dark, tense, hard-hitting novel about two girls forced to grow up fast… When fifteen-year-old Becs meets Bracken, she is convinced she’s found her soul mate. So what if he’s much older? He understands her, she feels free with him and when… Continue reading Book Review: Pretty Thing by Jennifer Nadel
Waiting On Wednesday is hosted by Jill @ Breaking The Spine We Are All Made Of Stars by Rowan ColemanDo not miss me, because I will always be with you…I am the air, the moon, the stars. For we are all made of stars, my beloved... Wherever you look, I will be there.Stella Carey exists… Continue reading Waiting On Wednesday: We Are All Made Of Stars by Rowan Coleman
Mara is a successful lawyer, and devoted wife and mother. Struggling with a devastating illness, she has set herself five days to make the ultimate decision for her family. Scott lives a thousand miles away, and is a foster parent to a troubled eight-year-old. Scott is facing his own five day countdown until his beloved… Continue reading Book Review:Five Days Left by Julie Lawson Timmer
One hot summer. One week in a villa on the outskirts of Deia, a village nestling in the rugged, mountainous west coast of the island of Mallorca. One family for whom the carefully laid jigsaw of life is about to be broken.Jenn and her husband Greg holiday each year in Deia, enjoying languorous afternoons by… Continue reading Book Review: The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh
When teenagers Poppy and Serena become embroiled in a situation that ends in the death of their teacher, they are the only witnesses. Poppy is convicted of the murder and sent to prison, while Serena moves on with her life and has a family of her own. But twenty years later, Serena still hasn't told… Continue reading Book Review: The Ice Cream Girls by Dorothy Koomson
I've become a big fan of Louise Douglas after loving both her debut novel, The Love Of My Life, and second novel, Missing you (released earlier this month). So when Louise agreed to be my first author interview, I was more than a little bit excited! So without any further ado, let me introduce her!Louise… Continue reading Author Interview: Louise Douglas plus WIN a signed copy of Missing You!!