Book Review: Take A Hint Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert

I loved this. I was wary when starting the second book in the Brown Sisters series, as I’d loved the first book so much. However, this book was just as good, if not better than, the first. Take A Hint, Dani Brown tells the story of Dani Brown – professor, witch and commitment phobe –…

Book Review: Get A Life Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

I loved this book. I smiled from start to finish, and then kept on smiling as I immediately purchased the second book in this series. Get A Life, Chloe Brown tells the story of Chloe Brown – a smart, sassy web designer, who after a somewhat life changing experience decides to ‘get a life’. And…

Book Review: The Moroccan Daughter by Deborah Rodriguez

Delightful. This book was simply delightful. The Moroccan Daughter tells the interwoven tales of four women; Amina, Charlie, Bea and Samira, all with their own secrets. Amina, worried about disappointing a strict father; Charlie who has a secret she’d rather have left behind in Casablanca; Samira, who has a secret which could cost her a…

Book Review: Isoldesse by Kimberly Grymes

I requested the book from Netgalley because the plot sounded interesting and I am a big science fiction fan. I want to start out the review by saying that the book had promise, but it was just not for me. The first issue was the amount of characters introduced in the book. That combined with…

Book Review: The Perfect Life by Nuala Ellwood

What a riveting, roller-coaster of a read this book was and I loved every second of it. The Perfect Life tell the story of Vanessa, a rather naïve young woman, who when struggling with life finds a form of escapism by visiting properties she would never be able to afford and pretending to be someone…

Book Review: Dear Child by Romy Hausmann

Dear Child is a psychological thriller centring on the escape of “Lena” a woman who has been abducted and held in a cabin in the woods and the aftermath of her being discovered. The story is told from a triple point of view which definitely worked well to add variety to this read, and allowed…

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❄️Snow Stack 📚❄️

Living on the outskirts of London where we don’t get a lot of snow, waking up this morning to such beautiful views was a pleasant surprise 😊☃️ I’ve seen some great accounts on my feed doing some gorgeous snow stacks, so thought we’d jump on.

Book Review: The Confessions of the Curious Bookseller by Elizabeth Green

The Confessions of the Curious Bookseller tells the story of Fawn, the owner of a struggling bookshop and her cringe-worthy attempts of trying to compete with the owner of a new rival book store. This book felt long. Like. Really long. The story was told entirely through a series of emails, journal entries, notes, texts…

Book Review: The House Guest by Mark Edwards

Well, that was a fun little ride. I always appreciate when a thriller starts by jumping straight into the plot and The House Guest did just that. When Ruth, as aspiring starlet, and Adam, her writer boyfriend, open the door to a drenched stranger, their lives are changed and not for the better. The premise…