#BookReview Take a Chance on me #Romcom

#Reading #BethMoran

I am a big fan of all reality tv programmes where dates and in some cases, weddings, are arranged before the couple have even laid eyes on each other. My favourites are First Dates and Married At First Sight. So I was eager to read this book by Beth Moran. Here’s the blurb: Meet Patrick […]

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#BookReview This Changes Everything #TuesdayBookBlog @knackeredmutha

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This book has not left me alone all weekend. Itโ€™s one of those books which shouts out to you the second you walk away from it and makes you question yourself – should you put another load in the washing machine or should you read another chapter? I would also like to say that this […]

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#BookReview #2021reads Beneath Cornish Skies @KateRyder_Books

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Firstly I am back after my festive blogging break and I would like to wish all of you a happy and healthy 2021. I have some amazing stuff lined up for my blog this year. Lots of fab books to be reviewed, loads of funny writing tales, some inspiring guest bloggers, and news of my […]

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#BookReview Love Offline @ospringauthor #RomCom

#OliviaSpring #Romance

Donโ€™t you just love a book which carries an important and thought provoking message? This book surprised me and I take my hat off to author Olivia Spring. I never expected a romantic comedy to make me stop and think. This book was more than just an enjoyable romantic comedy. It makes you think about […]

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#BookReview Starcross Manor ๐ŸŒ  #TuesdayBookBlog @ChristieJBarlow

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Donโ€™t you just love the start of a romance novel where it feels like the author will have to perform a miracle in order to bring their two characters together? Their characters seem like the unlikeliest of people to find love and you end up diving into the story wondering how itโ€™s going to turn […]

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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 New Rules by Lily Hayden

This book, New Rules, by Lily Hayden contains two great characters; Kate and Ellie, some wonderful life advice and one of the most uplifting endings I have read lately. It was very relatable for me as it’s all about the corporate world, how we sometimes let a demanding job take over our life and lose […]

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#BookReview A Cornish Daisy’s Kiss @PaperDollWrites

I am so pleased to be part of the blog tour for Laura Briggs’s sixth book in her series featuring budding author Maisie Clark. It was an enjoyable read because both Maisie and Sidney finally get a chance to sort out their feelings for each other, which I was secretly hoping for, and this book […]

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#BookReview Willow’s Wedding Vows @DebbieViggiano #Romance

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Oh my goodness this book review is going to test my powers of not giving the game away! I can’t keep secrets. Did you know I have been called Lucy Loose Lips in my time? Debbie Viggiano is probably reading this and groaning ๐Ÿ™‚ You should all be lucky I don’t write thrillers because I’d […]

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#BookReview Out of Touch by @HalehAgar & Debut Author Q&A #TuesdayBookBlog

This book, Out of Touch, by debut author, Haleh Agar, has rocketed up my own 2020 Book Favourites List. This book is so good it needs to be shouted about. Out of Touch was published at the start of April and in light of everything that’s happening we need to shout a little louder about […]

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