Tag: Book Review

The Health of Strangers by Lesley Kelly @lkauthor @sandstonepress #ReviewbyKelly

I am delighted that’s it’s Love Books Groups, stop on the blog tour for Health of Strangers by Lesley Kelly. I’ve had the pleasure to meet Lesley on a few occasions and she’s incredibly engaging and so kind.  This year at Noir@TheBar Edinburgh #2 I heard Lesley read from her first novel, A Fine House

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Run For The Hills @CarlaCaruso79 @EscapePublisher #Review

Run For The Hills By Carla Caruso Escape Publishing 01/05/2017 My Review  The Cover: I read it via Kindle, but I, of course, had the cover for my review, it goes perfectly with the book.  Lovely and bright. My Thoughts Bridie Porter is the runaway bride and run she does.  The book had an exciting pace

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Sewing The Shadows Together @Alisonbailliex @Bloodhoundbook

Review By J A WarnockSewing The Shadows Together By Alison Baillie ‘Sewing the Shadows Together’ by Alison Baillie is a masterclass in simplicity. The pace is exquisite. The story is entirely straight forward and elegantly told. Baillie seems perfectly comfortable in the role of storyteller and relies on the strength of her characters and plot

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Finding Alison #DeirdreEustace @bwpublishing #Review

Finding Alison By Deirdre Eustace Published By Black and White My Review  The Cover: Sometimes with book covers, they don’t sync with the book. But with Finding Alison it’s a true fit. I like how they haven’t made the water a sparkling unrealistic blue.  It’s dirty and true to life. With the figure of women

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The Returning Tide @liz_fenwick @orionbooks #Review

Two sisters and one betrayal that will carry across generations . . . In wartime Cornwall, 1943, a story between two sisters begins – the story of Adele and Amelia, and the heart-breaking betrayal that will divide them forever. Decades later, the effects of one reckless act still echo – but how long will it

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The Confusion Of Languages @SiobhanMFallon @PutnamBooks @NetGalley #Review

Both Cassie Hugo and Margaret Brickshaw dutifully followed their soldier husbands to the U.S. embassy in Jordan, but that’s about all the women have in common. After two years, Cassie’s become an expert on the rules, but newly arrived Margaret sees only her chance to explore. So when a fender-bender sends Margaret to the local

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The Other Us @FiHarper_Author @HQStories #Review

If you could turn back time, would you choose a different life? Forty-something Maggie is facing some hard truths. Her only child has flown the nest for university and, without her daughter in the house, she’s realising her life, and her marriage to Dan, is more than a little stale. When she spots an announcement

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One Little Mistake @emmacurtisbooks @TransworldBooks #Review

Vicky Seagrave is blessed: three beautiful children, a successful, doting husband, great friends and a job she loves. She should be perfectly happy. When she makes a split-second decision that risks everything she holds dear, there’s only person she trusts enough to turn to. But Vicky is about to learn that one mistake is all

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Where Dragonflies Hover ~ @annemariebrear @ChocLituk @LoveReadRomance #RT

Where Dragonflies Hover ~ My Review If you love, love and the heartwrenching adventures it takes us on, then this is a book for you. We are spoiled with stories both past and present. With loveable characters and an exciting and compassionate story. I was taken on a whirlwind tour of emotions whilst reading. You

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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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