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.
“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.
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’m not sure how she does it but Isabelle Broom has, once again, written a cracker of a story that doesn’t just make you fall in love with her characters but also the setting. Whenever I read one of her books I always get a serious case of wanderlust but, to be fair, New Zealand, … Continue reading ARC Review: One Winter Morning.