It’s been a while since I’ve read a Trisha Ashley novel – but it took only a few pages to of The Little Teashop of Lost and Found for my to realise just how much I love her books. I was enthralled by Alice’s story and I loved all the different aspects to it – that Alice’s story was a…

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Deadly Game by Matt Johnson Publisher: Orenda Books Release Date: 15th March 2017 Buy: Paperback | Kindle What They Say: Reeling from the attempts on his life and that of his family, Police Inspector Robert Finlay returns to work to discover that any hope of a peaceful existence has been dashed. Assigned to investigate the Eastern European sex-slave industry just…

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Behind Her Eyes is one of those books that has been hyped to the max on Twitter – with its own publishers touting the #WTFThatEnding hashtag (If I used a hashtag, do I need to say hashtag? IDEK). It’s not my kind of marketing scheme, because it kind of promotes skipping the whole book and reading the last page, but…

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Today it’s my pleasure to be kicking off Wendy Holden’s blog tour for her latest book LAURA LAKE AND THE HIPSTER WEDDINGS, the first in the Laura Lake series! Here is my quick fire quiz with the lady herself! Tea, coffee or hot chocolate? Tea first thing, then coffee, then tea again. I don’t drink hot chocolate all that much…

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Traveler is one of those books that’s so incredibly frustrating. On the one hand, it was an incredible adventure, but on the other hand? L. E. Delano is an evil writer, who has no heart. What I will say is that the review I read right before I read the book totally messed with my head, because while it explained…

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