With Family For Beginners, Sarah Morgan has surely added another bestseller to her ever-growing list. The story flows beautifully with deep secrets gradually unfurling and while you might have ideas about what’s coming, I was still surprised. It perfectly explores various themes including single life in our modern world, grief, human nature, blended families and … Continue reading ARC Review: Family For Beginners.
Journalism and the environment are two of my favourite things - and I was lucky to be able to combine them as a career. It is for that reason I have a rule about steering away from fiction featuring them. You know what it’s like when your job is on a tv show or in … Continue reading ARC Review: The Five Year Plan.
“A compelling tale of our time” is how I summed up Anna Mansell’s new book to a friend. That was only after I had spent the previous, what felt like, 30 minutes trying to relate just how gripping and powerful I found it using a lot more words – some of which I will share … Continue reading ARC Review: The Man I Loved Before.
You need your wits about you when reading Shari Low’s brand new novel, which fans will be pleased to know features some familiar characters as well as new faces. In typical Shari style, My One Month Marriage switches viewpoints, time and sometimes countries, so it’s probably not one to read if you’re sleepy, but this … Continue reading ARC Book Review And Blog Tour: My One Month Marriage.