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Book review: Confessions of a forty-something f##k up.

I'm late to the party (as usual) with this book, which was published in 2020. Luckily it was still stocked in the supermarket and, while we only popped in for some essentials, this book called to me (you know how it is). It's quite chunky (at 510 pages) and has taken me a while to… Continue reading Book review: Confessions of a forty-something f##k up.

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Book Review: Then. Now. Always.

I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Isabelle Broom’s latest book but, at the same time, I was nervous. It wasn’t that I didn’t think Then. Now. Always. would be good, I knew it would be, but I loved her last book so, SO much and I knew it would obviously be different. Thankfully… Continue reading Book Review: Then. Now. Always.

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Book Review: Stuck With You.

While the idea of being trapped in a lift fills me with terror (hello, claustrophobia), in her new book Carla Burgess has some how managed to make it seem a little less frightening – possibly even ever so slightly appealing. Stuck With You sees Elena come face to face with her unrequited teenage love, Daniel,… Continue reading Book Review: Stuck With You.

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Book Review: Spring At Blueberry Bay.

When one of my favourite authors starts a new series I always do a little happy dance – and some shapes were definitely being thrown (people still do that, right?) when Holly Martin announced her latest book. Spring At Blueberry Bay wastes no time in getting into the story. Within the first few pages we… Continue reading Book Review: Spring At Blueberry Bay.