If you’re looking for a book featuring a quirky story that is brilliantly written and gives you all the feels, I have just the thing for you. With two wonderfully real and loveable main characters, a fantastic supporting cast and a story that is just silly enough to be true, Beth O’Leary has crafted a … Continue reading Book Review: The Flatshare.
If Holly Martin’s latest book had been a cake, she would have come up with something that looks great, tastes amazing and has people hailing her the next Mary Berry – it’s that good. While I’ve long been a fan of hers, I have to say, The Summer Of Chasing Dreams feels different, it feels … Continue reading Book Review: The Summer Of Chasing Dreams.
Monday mornings were always just that bit more manageable when I knew Lucy Mitchell would be posting the latest instalment of The Diary of Roxy Collins on her blog. Her funny, warm and relatable series, featuring a single mother of three, looking for love after some disastrous relationships, has since been turned into a popular … Continue reading A Look Behind The Book With Lucy Mitchell.
I haven’t read a slow burn for a while (they have either been all or, in thankfully rare cases, nothing) but it took some time for The Boyfriend Swap, by Meredith Schorr, to warm up for me – although when it did, it caught fire. I’m not sure whether it was the characters I struggled … Continue reading Book Review: The Boyfriend Swap.