When the paperback version of Susanna Bavin’s debut, The Deserter’s Daughter, arrived in the post I Tweeted this photo with the caption: “That’s my weekend reading sorted.” In reality, I turned the first page on Friday night and the next thing I knew it was 24 hours later and I was breathing a happy sigh … Continue reading Book Review: The Deserter’s Daughter.
If you haven’t read any of Heidi Swain’s books before, Sleigh Rides And Silver Bells At The Christmas Fair is the perfect place to start but if you’re already a fan, I predict it will quickly become your new favourite. As I was reading, it reminded me of something but for ages I couldn’t quite … Continue reading Book Review: Sleigh Rides And Silver Bells At The Christmas Fair.
It's like Sarah Morgan has been inside my head. She's had a rummage about, moved some tumbleweed aside, picked out every single thing I like in a romance and then put them all in her latest book, Moonlight Over Manhattan. It has the brave yet troubled heroine, the handsome, hot, brooding hero (who also happens … Continue reading Book Review: Moonlight Over Manhattan.
Like eating stew and dumplings on a cold day in winter, reading the second book in Jen Gilroy's Firefly Lake series left me feeling happy, warm and satisfied. Actually “reading” is probably the wrong way to describe what happened when I opened Summer On Firefly Lake because it felt more like I’d been invited to pull … Continue reading Book Review: Summer On Firefly Lake.