#BookReview What Now @sharilow @BoldwoodBooks

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Warning. This book will have you giggling from the first page. It will also have you typing ‘new playlist’ into your music app on your phone as each chapter has a reference to a great song. If you fancy giggling a lot and making a ‘Shari Low book’ playlist after reading it please put this […]

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#bookReview Christmas in Cockleberry Bay #CICB @nicolamay1 #ChristmasReads

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Christmas is all about coming home and Nicola May’s Christmas in Cockleberry Bay has certainly made me feel like I am back in my romcom home. This book brought a smile to my face while my family wrestled with a stubborn Christmas tree and a box full of tangled tree lights. Ignoring my family’s tree […]

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#Book Review The Cornish Key To Happiness #bookseries

Reaching the end of a book series can be a strange moment. You have invested a lot of time getting to know the author’s characters during the series and you have endured their emotional highs and lows. You are excited for the end but you know you are going to miss these characters so it’s […]

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#BookReview A Stargazy Night Sky 💕 🔭 ✨ @PaperDollWrites #romance

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I’ve been following this book series by Laura Briggs so was pleased to get onto the tour of this seventh book – A Stargazy Night Sky. As I read this enjoyable book from Laura Briggs I got the sense trouble is brewing in the concluding book (eight) for the main couple; Maisie and Sidney. My […]

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#BookReview Love at the Little Wedding shop by the Sea #Blogtour @janelinfoot

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Don’t you just love a book which makes you smile? I badly needed a smile this week after my husband decided at short notice to paint half the house and plunged the family into absolute chaos. Luckily this book from Jane Linfoot with its cute premise, relatable characters and idyllic setting came to my rescue. […]

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#BookReview The Greatest of Enemies @BRMaycock #Friendship

Don’t you just love an author who has a great sense of humour? I got the chance to virtually meet Berni, the author, of The Greatest of Enemies, at a Chicklit & Prosecco event on Facebook. This was before I read her book. She’s a funny lady and I found myself thinking I bet she […]

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#BookReview A French Affair @jenniewriter #Bookish @BoldwoodBooks

This delightful book was like taking a little mini break over to Brittany in France without the need to leave my armchair. I think armchair travel fiction should become a new genre and I think Jennifer Bohnet would be up amongst the bestsellers as she knows how to bring her settings and characters to life. […]

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