#BookReview Why Mummy’s Sloshed by Gill Sims

Gill Sims does it again, another hilarious and laugh out loud book to enjoy during this crazy time. The Blurb I just wanted them to stop wittering at me, eat vegetables without complaining, let me go to the loo in peace and learn to make a decent gin and tonic.  It genuinely never occurred to meContinue reading “#BookReview Why Mummy’s Sloshed by Gill Sims”

#BookReview #Netgalley Grown Ups by Marie Aubert

The Blurb A compact, funny, devastating novel about sibling rivalry and modern motherhood, from one of Norway’s rising stars Ida is a forty-year-old architect, single and struggling with the feeling of panic as she realises her chances of motherhood are rapidly falling away from her. She’s navigating Tinder and contemplating freezing her eggs – butContinue reading “#BookReview #Netgalley Grown Ups by Marie Aubert”

#BookReview – DeLuca by Darren Arthurs

The Blurb Breanna DeLuca is a wise-cracking, streetwise woman whose mundane life of delivering groceries and dreaming of becoming an international DJ is interrupted when she’s asked to find her old childhood friend who mysteriously disappeared a few months before.What should be an easy payday turns out to be something more complicated than she hadContinue reading “#BookReview – DeLuca by Darren Arthurs”

#BookReview – Can I Give My Husband Back? by Kirsten Bailey

The Blurb It’s normal to prefer getting a filling at the dentist’s to spending time with your husband, right? I thought I was sorted on the life front. I was a heart surgeon with a loving partner and two gorgeous little girls. Except my husband’s version of ‘loving’ is lying, cheating and sleeping his wayContinue reading “#BookReview – Can I Give My Husband Back? by Kirsten Bailey”

Foul Play – The Murder Mystery Card Game

I am very excited to share my review of something a little bit different today. This is a brand new card game that would make the perfect stocking filler! The Game Welcome to Edwardian England. The Lord of the Manor is dead! The servants are our lead suspects and it’s up to you to unearthContinue reading “Foul Play – The Murder Mystery Card Game”

#BlogTour The Twins by J.S. Lark

The Blurb From the moment they are born, twins Susan and Sarah are inseparable.  Through good and bad, the girls will always be together…forever. Until they meet Jonny. Older, charming and handsome, Jonny offers the girls the much-needed love and attention they crave.  But he can only choose one and for the first time in their livesContinue reading “#BlogTour The Twins by J.S. Lark”

#BookReview When I was Ten by Fiona Cummins

Thank you to NetGalley for the chance to read this gripping book before it is released in the U.K. on the 15th April 2021. The Blurb Twenty-one years ago, Dr Richard Carter and his wife Pamela were murdered in what has become the most infamous double murder of the modern age. Ten-year-old Sara Carter –Continue reading “#BookReview When I was Ten by Fiona Cummins”

#BookReview Sing me a Secret by Julie Houston

The Blurb The four Sutherland sisters have all had very different paths in life, but one secret and a slighty tense production of Jesus Christ Superstar are about to bring them all back together again…  When the news that pop-superstar Lexia Sutherland is returning to Westenbury, not everyone is thrilled by the news – including Lexia. ThereContinue reading “#BookReview Sing me a Secret by Julie Houston”

#BlogTour The Thriller Collection by Alan Gorevan

I have been very excited to share this review with you today as I absolutely loved this collection of short stories! The Blurb An unmissable collection for fans of fast-paced reads. Three action-packed books in a single volume. The Forbidden Room: You and your partner are looking forward to a romantic break in the ruggedContinue reading “#BlogTour The Thriller Collection by Alan Gorevan”

#Blog Tour One Fatal Night by Hélene Fermont

Blurb One woman’s quest for revenge unearths a fatal secret from her past. Astrid Jensen holds one man responsible for her mother’s suicide, and she’ll do whatever’s necessary to get close to Daniel Holst and destroy his life – even if it means sleeping with him to gain his trust. Astrid knows he’s not whoContinue reading “#Blog Tour One Fatal Night by Hélene Fermont”