Author: Kelly Lacey

#FabFive Linda S. Prather ~ The Forgotten @jacodypress @Bloodhoundbook

The Book  Loki Redmond is positive her grandfather’s 100-acre farm in Mississippi will be the perfect place for Jake Savior to heal after the murder of his wife and his banishment from law enforcement before they begin their partnership in Redmond Private Investigations. But fate has other plans. The discovery of a month old baby

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The Gingerbread House By @katebeaufoy @bwpublishing #Review #Q&A

The Book  The Gingerbread House Nestled among cherry trees in a picturesque country garden, the Gingerbread House resembles an illustration from an old-world storybook. But beware! For in the fairy-tale, that s where the witch lives… Away from the city, with no distractions, the Gingerbread House seems like the perfect place to start work on

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Happy Publication Day ~ @daisyjamesbooks @HQDigitalUK ~ There’s Something About Cornwall

A knight in a shining camper van! Life is far from picture perfect for food photographer, Emilie Roberts. Not only has her ex-boyfriend cheated on her, he’s also stolen her dream assignment to beautiful Venice! Instead, Emilie is heading to the wind-swept Cornish coast… Emilie doesn’t think it can get any worse – until disaster

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The Magic Of Ramblings ~ #FavFive With Kate Field @katehaswords @AccentPress ~ #Win A Copy

On the blog today, we have Kate Field popping by with her #FavFive. Her new novel is called The Magic Of Ramblings and is out now. Running away can be the answer if you run to the right place… When Cassie accepts a job as companion to an old lady in a remote Lancashire village,

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A Falling Friend By Sue Featherstone and Susan Pape Review By JA Warnock Published @LakewaterPress #Win A Copy

The Book  After spending her twenties sailing the globe, making love on fine white sand, and thinking only of today, Teri Meyer returns to Yorkshire – and to studying. That’s when she discovers John Wilmot, the second Earl of Rochester, and poet of all things depraved. What she doesn’t realise is even beyond his grave,

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