BOOK REVIEW: A Gift from the Comfort Food Café by Debbie Johnson

A Gift from the Comfort Food Café (Comfort Food Café #5) By: Debbie Johnson Publisher: Harper Collins Publication Date: 18 October 2018 Format: Ebook, 401 pages In what is now the fifth visit to the village of Budbury, A Gift from the Comfort Food Café by Debbie Johnson feels like returning home to a warm…
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BOOK REVIEW: Moonlight Over Manhattan by Sarah Morgan

Moonlight Over Manhattan (From Manhattan with Love #6) By: Sarah Morgan Publisher: HQ Publication Date: 5 October 2017 Format: Ebook, 384 pages Moonlight Over Manhattan by Sarah Morgan made for a fantastic start to the festive season, as a shy dog walker meets a charismatic doctor. In a particularly humorous opening, we see Harriet Knight…
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BOOK REVIEW: Maybe One Day by Debbie Johnson

MAYBE ONE DAY By: Debbie Johnson Publisher: Orion Publication Date: 2 April 2020 Format: Ebook, 384 pages Source: NetGalley Having read all of Debbie Johnson’s previous novels, I knew I had to pick up Maybe One Day, her latest standalone. The book is primarily about Jess, a woman approaching middle age who is now faced…
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BLOG TOUR REVIEW: The Littlest Library by Poppy Alexander

THE LITTLEST LIBRARY By Poppy Alexander Publisher: Orion Publication Date: 18th March 2021 Format: Paperback (336 pages) With everything going on in the world, reading offers us an escape into worlds where there is a bit of normality and a sense of hope. The Littlest Library is one of those books that encompasses all of…
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BLOG TOUR REVIEW: Crazy Stupid Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams

Crazy Stupid Bromance (The Bromance Book Club #3) By Lyssa Kay Adams Publisher: Headline Eternal Publication Date: 27th October 2020 Format: EARC (352 pages) First off, I need to give a bit of background because I know if it was me and I was reading someones review of a book three books into a series,…
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BLOG TOUR REVIEW: A Royal Kiss & Tell by Julia London

A Royal Kiss And Tell (The Royal Wedding Series #2) By Julia London Publisher: Mills and Boon Publication Date: 19th May 2020 (Ebook) Format: Ebook (384 pages) Every prince has his secrets. And she’s determined to unravel his… Every dashing young man in London’s ton is vying for Lady Caroline Hawke’s hand—except one. The handsome,…
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BLOG TOUR REVIEW: The Princess Plan by Julia London

THE PRINCESS PLAN ( A Royal Wedding #1) By Julia London Publisher: Mills & Boon Publication Date: 9th January 2020 Format: Paperback (400 pages) Passion. Intrigue. Love. London’s high society loves nothing more than a scandal. And when the personal secretary of the visiting Prince Sebastian of Alucia is found murdered, it’s all anyone can…
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BLOG TOUR REVIEW: Once Upon a Wish-Mas by Laura Barnard

ONCE UPON A WISH-MAS By Laura Barnard Publisher: Self-Published Publication Date: 1st November 2019 Format: Ebook (252 pages) Ruby Campbell isn’t daunted at the prospect of working as a Nanny for the notorious Barclay Rothchester. She’s warned he’s a strict control freak, but she’s sure she can soften him up. Barclay Rothchester lost his wife…
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BLOG TOUR REVIEW: The Forgotten Village by Lorna Cook

THE FORGOTTEN VILLAGE By Lorna Cook Publisher: Avon Publication Date: 5th April 2015 Format: Paperback (336 pages) A timeless story of love and sacrifice, perfect for fans of Rachel Hore, Tracy Rees and Kate Morton. 1943: The world is at war, and the villagers of Tyneham are being asked to make one more sacrifice: to…
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BLOG TOUR REVIEW: Mr One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart

MR ONE NIGHT STAND By Rachael Stewart Publisher: Mills & Boons Publication Date: 21st February 2019 Format: ARC (496 pages) Source: From Publisher One night only. Just think of the possibilities… The second she sees Mr. Oh-So-Delicious, Jennifer Hayes knows she needs one night of crazy. No names, no strings, no rules. Except that Jennifer’s…
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