I love a good fauxmance story - and they don’t get much better than the new book by Mhairi McFarlane . If I Never Met You is emotional, romantic and laugh out loud funny in places but at the same time incredibly insightful - not just on matters of the heart but also culture in general.… Continue reading ARC Review: If I Never Met You.
I made a huge mistake with The Surplus Girls; I got into bed, picked it up and thought “I’ll just read the first few pages”. The next thing I know it’s way beyond my bedtime and I still don’t want to put it down. It has everything you could want; a gripping story, interesting characters… Continue reading ARC Book Review: The Surplus Girls.
In a bid to make the end of summer a bit less miserable, I saved myself a treat - the first book in a new series by one of my favourites, Holly Martin With her last book (or perhaps I mean her last hero, Thor) still stuck in my mind (swoon), when The Little Village… Continue reading Book Review: The Little Village Of Happiness.
Do you read book dedications? I do, always, and quite often they make me wonder about that person, especially if it's just one name or an initial. It seems to be something Katherine Slee has also pondered, given that her debut, For Emily, centres around a series of cryptic dedications in children’s books written by… Continue reading ARC Book Review: For Emily.