Coming Home To Maple Cottage is the final book in the latest series by Holly Martin - and definitely the one I’ve been waiting for. I bought the first two but simply couldn’t wait until publication day to find out Isla and Leo’s story so turned to NetGalley to get an early fix. The story … Continue reading Book Review: Coming Home To Maple Cottage.
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.
How have I got this far in life without reading a Tilly Tennant book before? It’s actually quite a feat, considering how many she has written – and if they are all like, The Summer Of Secrets, my TBR pile is about to topple over under the weight. If you’re looking for something to make … Continue reading Book Review: The Summer Of Secrets.
Rolling my eyes at the main character of a book in the first few chapters wouldn’t usually end well but, actually, part of the joy of The Little Cottage On The Hill, by Emma Davies, is seeing how Maddie changes and grows. She starts off not listening, being judgmental and condescending and completely ignoring what … Continue reading Book Review: The Little Cottage On The Hill.