Sometimes you can tell how much you’re going to like a book from very early on – and, for me, The Girl At The Window was a five star read right from the start. I stayed up way too late and woke up way too early in a bid to keep finding out more of … Continue reading Book Review: The Girl At The Window.
Lucy's Mitchell's debut is written straight from the heart – and it shows. I was only on page two when her story had me welling up. I had no doubt from that point on that reading Instructions For Falling In Love Again was going to be a treat. It didn't disappoint. It is funny, emotional, … Continue reading Book Review: Instructions For Falling In Love Again.
I spent quite a bit of time after reading the synopsis to Secrets And Seashells At Rainbow Bay pondering what I’d do in the unlikely event of a distant relative leaving me a castle. In truth, I know I wouldn’t handle it half as well as single mum Amelia who appeared well equipped to transform … Continue reading Book Review: Secrets And Seashells At Rainbow Bay.
From the first sentence, this book felt big, epic, a magnum opus. The Other Half Of Augusta Hope reminded me of a whirlpool with two powerful stories chasing each other, getting ever closer. There is violence and destruction in the vortex but also beauty and hope. It’s amazing to think this remarkable book is Joanna … Continue reading Book Review: The Other Half Of Augusta Hope.