Author: Kelly Lacey

Love Offline by Olivia Spring #bookreview

Love Offline by Olivia Spring Emily’s Struggling To Find Romance Online. Will Ditching The Dating Apps Lead To True Love? Online dating isn’t working for introvert Emily. Although she’s comfortable swiping right in her PJs, the idea of meeting a guy in person fills her with dread. So when her best friend challenges her to

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Miracle Creek by Angie Kim #bookreview

Miracle Creek by Angie Kim In rural Virginia, Young and Pak Yoo run an experimental medical treatment device known as the Miracle Submarine: a pressurized oxygen chamber that patients enter for “dives”, used as an alternative therapy for conditions including autism or infertility. But when the Miracle Submarine mysteriously explodes, killing two people, a dramatic

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The Magnolia Sisters by Michelle Major #bookreview

The Magnolia Sisters by Michelle Major An inheritance brought her to Magnolia, but love just might keep her there… Avery Keller arrives in Magnolia, North Carolina, with one aim: collect her inheritance and quickly put the quirky town in her rearview mirror. But the father who didn’t acknowledge her when he was alive has left

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Set My Heart To Five by Simon Stephenson #booktour #bookreview @amberachoudhary @midaspr

Set My Heart To Five by Simon Stephenson Set in a 2054 where humans have locked themselves out of the internet and Elon Musk has incinerated the moon, Set My Heart To Five is the hilarious yet profoundly moving story of one android’s emotional awakening. Unhappy with his programmed job of dentistry and inspired by a love

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Cover Your Tracks by Claire Askew @onenightstanzas @HodderBooks #Interview

Cover Your Tracks by Claire Askew ‘What if I told you,’ he said, ‘that I believe my mother’s life to be in danger?’ Robertson Bennet returns to Edinburgh after a 25-year absence in search of his parents and his inheritance. But both have disappeared. A quick, routine police check should be enough – and Detective

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Slatehead: The Ascent of Britain’s Slate-climbing Scene by Peter Goulding @Flatlandclimber @newwelshreview #interview

Slatehead: The Ascent of Britain’s Slate-climbing Scene by Peter Goulding Bobby Drury left Liverpool after O-levels, knowing he had f***ed them up. Free now, he hitched to Snowdonia. His mum came crying on the phone, ‘You’ve failed them all.’ Bobby knew that. ‘No, Mum, I’ve led Vector.’ This was Thatcher’s lost generation. The slate quarries were

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