BLOG TOUR – Lost Luggage by Samantha Tonge

Every year, elderly sisters Dolly and Greta head to the 'lost luggage auction'. They each bid on a piece of luggage which then becomes their Christmas gift to each other. But this year, Dolly is at the auction on her own. Greta has passed away and in recent months Dolly hasn't really felt much like... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Lost Notebook by Louise Douglas

The picturesque holiday town of Morannez is about to get busy for the holiday season. Mila is living there temporarily while looking after her niece, Ani, whose parents were tragically killed in a boating accident. Ani's mother Simone was Mila's step-sister and they had been extremely close. While Mila bides her time in Morannez, waiting... Continue Reading →

BOOKS ON TOUR – The Beach Party by Amy Sheppard

Katie and Sophie become close friends at university, and during their time there they start a regular true-crime podcast called "Small Town" which covers cold cases of murders in small towns that have never been solved. But after they leave university, Sophie's life is on a different trajectory. She starts gaining popularity as a fashion... Continue Reading →

BOOKS ON TOUR – The Ex by S.E. Lynes

Oh my word! This author never, ever disappoints. In fact she gets better with each book that she writes, and this one is an absolutely gripping page-turner that I couldn't put down. After walking out on his girlfriend Naomi in the early days of the COVID lockdown, Sam moves back in with his beloved grandmother... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Lodger by Valerie Keogh

You know that saying, "No good deed goes unpunished"? This was a recurring thought in the back of my mind throughout this book, as one thing after another goes wrong for main character Leigh Simon after she kindly offers a room in her home to Gina, the barista at the coffee shop that she frequents... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Other Girlfriend by Alex Stone

Lizzie and Tom have been best friends since childhood. They grow up together with similar hopes and dreams for their future, until one day when they're not kids any more, Lizzie realizes that she'd like to be more than just 'friends'. Whether Tom notices that Lizzie's feelings towards him have changed is irrelevant, because he's... Continue Reading →

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