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Book Review: Let It Snow By Beth Moran

Plot: After the end of a long-term relationship, local weather girl Bea Armstrong has been avoiding her family, and their inevitable ‘I-told-you-sos.’ But with Christmas fast approaching, she is finally on her way home to Charis House, the school in Sherwood Forest that her mum and dad run in their old family home. And toContinue reading “Book Review: Let It Snow By Beth Moran”

Book Review: Young Women By Jessica Moor

Plot: Everyone’s got that history, I guess. Everyone’s got a story. When Emily meets the enigmatic and dazzling actress Tamsin, her life changes. Drawn into Tamsin’s world of Soho living, boozy dinners, and cocktails at impossibly expensive bars, Emily’s life shifts from black and white to technicolour and the two women become inseparable. Tamsin isContinue reading “Book Review: Young Women By Jessica Moor”

Book Review: Briefly, A Delicious Life By Nell Stevens

Plot: In 1473, fourteen-year-old Blanca dies in a hilltop monastery in Mallorca. Nearly four hundred years later, when George Sand, her two children, and her lover Frederic Chopin arrive in the village, Blanca is still there: a spirited, funny, righteous ghost, she’s been hanging around the monastery since her accidental death, spying on the monksContinue reading “Book Review: Briefly, A Delicious Life By Nell Stevens”

Book Review: Stargazer By Laurie Petrou

Plot: Summer 1995. Diana and Aurelle are inseparable, living together in Diana’s parents’ cottage on the edge of the Rocky Barrens University campus, about to start freshman year. The strength of their bond is undeniable, if unexpected: Diana is a highly ambitious, socially awkward art student while Aurelle is a more likeable, more fragile literatureContinue reading “Book Review: Stargazer By Laurie Petrou”

Book Review: The Setup By Lizzy Dent

Plot: She has a plan. Fate has other ideas. The last place very average thirty-one-year-old Mara Williams thought she’d be is on a solo vacation impersonating her fortune teller when she finally meets the one. Josef, a gorgeous Austrian cellist, sits down for a reading and before she knows it, she’s telling him his destinyContinue reading “Book Review: The Setup By Lizzy Dent”

Book Review: Duckling By Eve Ainsworth

Plot: Duckling’s a nickname Lucy has never been able to shake off.And, if she’s honest, maybe it suits her.She just isn’t the type to socialise with other people.You might say she’s reluctant to leave her nest. Lucy’s life is small, but safe. She’s got a good routine. But all that’s about to change… When Lucy’sContinue reading “Book Review: Duckling By Eve Ainsworth”

Book Review: Mad About You By Mhairi McFarlane

Plot: Harriet Hatley is running away from everything. Getting married.Her boyfriend’s family.Her past. A dream house-share seems like the perfect place to hide, but her unlikely housemate Cal is no stranger to running away himself. And he’s also hiding secrets of his own . . . Can these two take a crazy risk, face theContinue reading “Book Review: Mad About You By Mhairi McFarlane”

Book Review: The Memory Of Her By Bianca Schwarz

Plot: Eliza Broad has overcome trauma and loss to become the confident woman and spy she is today, much in thanks to the care and attention of Sir Henry March, spy to the Crown. Fellow spy and good friend to Sir Henry, Allen Strathem has loved Eliza from the moment he first set eyes onContinue reading “Book Review: The Memory Of Her By Bianca Schwarz”

Book Review: The Art Of Travelling Strangers By Zoe Disigny

Plot: It’s the 1980s, and art historian Claire Markham reels from a series of heartbreaking losses. Desperate to escape her shattered reality, she becomes an art guide in Europe for quirky stranger Viv Chancey and embarks on a life-changing journey through the art-filled cities of Milan, Venice, Ravenna, Florence, Siena, Rome, and Paris. Once abroad,Continue reading “Book Review: The Art Of Travelling Strangers By Zoe Disigny”

Book Review: One Italian Summer By Rebecca Serle

Plot: When Katy’s mother dies, she is left reeling. Carol wasn’t just Katy’s mum, but her best friend and first phone call. She had all the answers and now, when Katy needs her the most, she is gone. To make matters worse, the mother-daughter trip of a lifetime looms: two weeks in Positano, the magicalContinue reading “Book Review: One Italian Summer By Rebecca Serle”

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