BLOG TOUR – The Beauty of Broken Things by Victoria Connelly

This is a gentle, sensitive story about tragedy, loss, healing and hope. It will warm your heart despite being incredibly sad and is a stark reminder that life is for the living. Luke adores his young wife Helen, and when she is tragically taken from him in a freak accident, he has no idea how... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Old Girls’ Network by Judy Leigh

What is it that 'they' say ... "old age isn't for the faint-hearted"? Well that's certainly true in some cases but for those who embrace it and make the most of it, it can be just as good, if not better, than being young! Barbara is in her late 70's and after a bit of... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – One Day in Summer by Shari Low

Well if this gorgeous cover doesn't want to make you grab this book and dive right into everything that it has to offer, then I don't know what will! It's Agnetha (Aggs) McMaster's 45th birthday and she's promised herself that from today she's taking back her life. After devoting far too much time to others,... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – Time Out by Emma Murray

Happy publication day to Emma Murray! And happy Day 1 of the Blog Tour for Time Out! I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's a brutally honest book about motherhood, told through the eyes of Saoirse (that's Seersha, not Searcy, if you don't mind!), mother to horrendous toddler Anna, and wife to increasingly distant David. She... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – Summer in Provence by Lucy Coleman

This is the perfect book to give you an escape from everything that's happening in the world today: Corona, isolation, social distancing, panic, and all the emotions that we're going through every day right now! Fern and Aiden have been married for seven years, and although Fern realises that something definitely seems to be bother... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – A Prison In The Sun by Isobel Blackthorn

Trevor Moore has decided to take a three-month break from his life and has rented a rambling farmhouse in Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands. He arrives there, miserable and partially depressed after the breakdown of his marriage, his wife having left him for another woman. His work as a ghost-writer, although generally plentiful enough has... Continue Reading →

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