I had to look up the definition of ‘romp’ after finishing Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door, because this hilarious, spirited, warm-hearted book definitely felt like one to me. Apparently it’s “to play in a rough, excited and noisy way” which certainly fits Lucy Score’s fast-paced, action-packed rom com with a colourful cast… Continue reading Book Review: Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door.
I would never turn down a trip to the seaside, especially with Heidi Swain in the driving seat. Not only is her latest book a good read but it also has some important messages at its heart – including highlighting how essential it is to take care of your mental as well as physical health.… Continue reading ARC Review: The Secret Seaside Escape.
I like travel and I love learning about authors so a book combining those two things sounded right up my street. And Footnotes gets off to a cracking start with tales of Enid Blyton and her connection to Dorset. While Enid’s work is controversial, her books were very much part of my childhood and I… Continue reading ARC Review: Footnotes.
The one thing you can guarantee after reading an Isabelle Broom novel is that you’ll want to book a holiday – and this time you’ll be packing for Sri Lanka. One Thousand Stars And You is a beautifully written tale of friendship and self-discovery with more than a touch of romance. I was quickly swept… Continue reading Book Review: One Thousand Stars And You.