BOOK REVIEW – The Mistress’s Revenge by Tamar Cohen

Sally and Clive have been having an affair for 5 years. Unbeknown to their spouses, the seemingly spineless Daniel, and steadfast, reliable Susan, they have been contriving their various liaisons outside the safe haven of the friendship that the couples share. But suddenly and unexpectedly, Clive is ending their relationship and Sally is devastated! Her … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Mistress’s Revenge by Tamar Cohen

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BOOK REVIEW – Three Sisters by Helen Smith

I received a complimentary copy of this book (on request) in exchange for my honest review. This is the first in a new series, introducing amateur sleuth Emily Castles. I would describe it as a novella, more than a full length novel, at just 104 pages. It’s Bonfire Night (or Guy Fawkes, whichever you prefer) … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Three Sisters by Helen Smith

BOOK REVIEW: The Gift – A Christmas Miracle by Joanne Clancy

This short, easy to read novella is a predictable, feel-good story for the Christmas season. It took me about 20 minutes to read, mainly because I was rushing to see if there would be a twist at the end or some sort of ‘Aha’ moment, but there isn’t one. The book tells the story of … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Gift – A Christmas Miracle by Joanne Clancy

BOOK REVIEW – The Memory Book by Rowan Coleman

What a beautiful, sensitive, heartbreaking book! Claire is a bright, intelligent writer in her early 40’s. She lives with the love of her life, Greg (who is much younger than her), Esther, their 3-year-old daughter, and 20-year-old Caitlin, Claire’s daughter who is home for the holidays. But wait, why is Ruth, Claire’s mother also here? … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Memory Book by Rowan Coleman

BOOK REVIEW: My Haunted Life by G. Michael Vasey

I received a complimentary copy of this book (on request) in exchange for my honest review. It’s my opinion that the world is divided into those who ‘believe’ and those who don’t. Of course there’s always a grey area of those who aren’t sure, and who believe in some things but not others, but for … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: My Haunted Life by G. Michael Vasey

BOOK REVIEW: Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes

Catherine Bailey is living the perfect single life, doing her rounds of the club and party circuit in Lancaster, with good friends in tow. It's Halloween, 2003 and they find themselves at trendy nightclub 'The River' where one of the cute doormen catches Catherine's eye. She sees him again a couple of weeks later, and … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes