BOOK REVIEW – The Arctic Curry Club by Dani Redd

It was the title that attracted me to this before anything else! I mean .... you don't really imagine the words 'arctic' and 'curry' as being comfortable bedfellows, do you? So I was intrigued to find out just what was going on here.The story revolves around Maya, a young woman without a lot of self... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – Moonlight Over Muddleford Cove by Kim Nash

I know I've said this before, but I'm going to say it again: Kim Nash never fails to disappoint. This is her fourth book now, and every single one of them has been thoroughly enjoyable, all written with warmth and heart that they give you the feeling that you've just been given a big hug,... Continue Reading →

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Housewarming by S.E. Lynes

If there's one thing that Susie Lynes does really well, it's domestic noir, and with her latest offering, The Housewarming, she just proves that she's getting better and better at it! The morning that Ava Atkins straps two-year-old Abi into her stroller, parking her at the bottom of the stairs before running upstairs to gather... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Borrowed Boy by Deborah Klée

I found this book heartbreaking, and at times had to put it aside and find some light relief (thank you YouTube, and the ridiculous mind-numbing uploads that my children find to watch ... people cutting the grass; people using typewriters ... I ask you!!??). Angie Winkle receives devastating news that moves her to create her... Continue Reading →

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