Tag: Saga Fiction

Two Silver Crosses by Beryl Kingston @AgoraBooksLDN #BookReview

Over the moon to have my book review of Two Silver Crosses by Beryl Kingston today. Twins Ginny and Emily Holborn have everything they could ever need in their Wolverhampton home: a loving family, a garden to play in and a staff waiting to attend to their every need. Until, one summer day in 1926,

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#CurrentlyReading Two Silver Crosses by Beryl Kingston @AgoraBooksLDN

This is my beautiful current read. I am almost halfway through my journey with Two Silver Crosses. It’s a bulky book with almost 600 pages. But that’s a great thing as I don’t want it to end. I am a huge Beryl Kingston fan and it’s precious to be back reading her books as an

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#BookHighlight – BERYL KINGSTON – Two Silver Crosses @berylkingston @AgoraBooksLDN s #BookLove #BookBlogger

💫 Welcome to Love Books Group Everyone has that one special author that means something extra special to them. Mine would be Beryl Kingston. When I had exhausted all the Judy Blume books and nothing else appealed in the kid’s section of John Menzies in 1994. My nana asked the sales assistant for a recommendation,

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#BookSpotlight ~The Runaway Wife by Rosie Clarke @AnneHerries @Aria_Fiction

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Today we have a lovely Sneaky Snippet of The Runaway Wife by Rosie Clarke.  I adore the cover of this book, it reminds me in a way of Downton Abbey. With that look of determination on the main character Annabel Tarleton’s face, it tells me that this is her unique tale and nothing can compare

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Hattie’s Home By @MaryGibsonBooks @HoZ_Books #BookSpotlight #Giveaway

Delighted to help kick-start the blog tour for Mary Gibson’s Hattie’s Home alongside Boon’s Bookcase. Hattie’s Home by Mary Gibson Paperback: 400 pages Publisher: Head of Zeus (3 May 2018) Language: English ISBN-10: 1784973394 ISBN-13: 978-1784973391 Home From bestselling author Mary Gibson A new gritty saga from a bestselling author known for her authentic London stories, set around the two

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#AWinterLoveSong By Rita Bradshaw @panmacmillan @ed_pr #REVIEW

Huge thanks to @ed_pr for our ARC copy of A Winter Love Song in exchange for a free and honest review. A Winter Love Song is a heartwarming and moving story of survival and love from bestselling author Rita Bradshaw. Bonnie Lindsay is born into a travelling fair community in the north-east in 1918, and when her

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#AuthorFeature with Elaine Everest @ElaineEverest @panmacmillan #ChristmasatWoolworths

So excited to have Elaine Everest on the blog today with an exclusive look at a day in her life. Elaine’s fantastic new novel Christmas at Woolworths lets us catch up with best friends Sarah, Maisie and Freda.  You can enter win a copy over on our Twitter page today, link below. Book Synopsis Even though

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The Girl from the Sugar Plantation By Sharon Mass @sharon_maas @bookouture #SneakPeek

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Book Synopsis  An unputdownable story of a woman in search of the truth, the man she falls in love with, and the devastation of the Second World War. 1934, Guyana. All her life, Mary Grace has wanted to know the truth about who her parents really are. As the mixed-race daughter of two white plantation owners, her childhood

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The Look of Love by Bella Andre @bellaandre #GuestReview Kimberly L

More than 6 million readers have already fallen in love with the Sullivans! Now get ready to meet your new favourite family in Bella Andre’s New York Times and USA Today bestselling contemporary romances with the first three books in the #1 hit series. “Not since Nora Roberts has anyone been able to write a

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Wildest of All By P.K. Lynch @lynchpinpauline @Legend_Press #ExtractFeature

Today on LBG we are on the blog tour spot for Wildest of All by P.K. Lynch, I have a sneak peek extract for you to indulge in.  A historical saga spanning generations and featuring the fictitious Donnelly family. Book Jacket The Donnelly family are a tight-knit bunch, but when one of their own dies

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