BLOG TOUR – Hanukkah at the Great Greenwich Ice Creamery by Sharon Ibbotson

I don't buy into any of that 'don't judge a book by its cover' nonsense. Who wouldn't be lured by the gorgeous cover of this book?! It hints at all the tantalising delights hidden inside! Cohen Ford has come to London to lick his wounds. He's upset at the death of his father, but more … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – Hanukkah at the Great Greenwich Ice Creamery by Sharon Ibbotson

BLOG TOUR – The Good In Goodbye by Lasairiona E. McMaster

The next instalment of Lisa and AJ's love story follows on where the first book, Intimate Strangers, ended. With her hallmark characterisation and thoroughly likeable characters Ms McMaster navigates the complexities of this highly unusual relationship. We learn more about Lisa in this book as it delves deeper into who she truly is and what … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – The Good In Goodbye by Lasairiona E. McMaster

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Lies We Hide by S.E. Lynes

Susie Lynes, what a beautiful book you've written! I know, I know ... it seems like the strangest thing to say, considering the subject matter, but you've created such a moving story with incredibly real characters who really reach out and grab hold of the hearts of your readers. Everything changes for Carol and her … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Lies We Hide by S.E. Lynes

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Out With The Ex, In With The New by Sophie Ranald

I loved this book and read it really quickly. Apparently it's part of a series that's loosely based around a coffee shop called The Daily Grind in the trendy London suburb of Hackney. And here we find Gemma Grey who's just moved into a house-share nearby. Her life's not quite turning out to be what … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Out With The Ex, In With The New by Sophie Ranald

BLOG TOUR – What She Saw Last Night by Mason Cross

I couldn't put this one down! It grips you from the very beginning and doesn't let up! Jenny Bowen makes it onto the Caledonian Sleeper Train by the skin of her teeth, rushing onto the train, lucky that the doors are the old fashioned manual type that don't close electrically, but are manually operated! Although … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – What She Saw Last Night by Mason Cross

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Beginning And End Of Us by Rose James

This one's quite a different sort of book. I'd typify it as a 'what if' sort of tale about the 'life' of Aphrodite, who's appointed as the Keeper of Love, and sent out into the world ... this, after she thought she had already found her true love: her best friend, who she was then … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Beginning And End Of Us by Rose James

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Dreams of Willow House by Susanne O’Leary

As I'm sure you all know by now if you follow this blog regularly, I do love an Irish read! And this is no different. It's the third in Susanne O'Leary's Willow House series, and for some reason I've only read the second book prior to this - Sisters of Willow House. The first book … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Dreams of Willow House by Susanne O’Leary

BLOG TOUR – A Convenient Marriage by Jeevani Charika

I do love the way Jeevani Charika writes. There is such an open honesty in her characters. I so enjoyed her previous book, This Stolen Life, and when I was offered the chance to join the blog tour for her next book, A Convenient Marriage, I didn't hesitate. There are some similarities between the books: … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – A Convenient Marriage by Jeevani Charika