Rachel Burton’s debut novel is one of the most emotional books I’ve read this year. I’m on an incredibly good run of really good Chick Lit books at the moment and I’m relishing that I’m discovering so many new authors as I read. I’m so impressed with the new calibre of authors coming through, that their debut novels are so…

View Post

Michele Gorman is one of my favourite authors, so when it was announced she was Lilly Bartlett, Harper Impulse’s newest author, I had to read The Big Little Wedding In Carlton Square. I don’t know why she went with a pseudonym as this book wasn’t much different to her other rom-coms, so there was no big genre change which is…

View Post

In a bid to make my blog better, I’ve decided to weave some regular posts in with my reviews, and book tags are ALL THE RAGE so let’s do this! E-Book or Physical Book? It depends. I prefer to read eBooks for the ease of reading, ability to take it anywhere without it being overly heavy and if you finish…

View Post

Missing is one of those books you devour. And boy, did I devour it! I’ve never read any of Kelley Armstrong’s previous books (of which she has many) but as soon as I read the synopsis, I knew I wanted to read this book. I *had* to read this book! Teens going missing? A place no one cares that teens…

View Post

Today I am kicking off the blog tour for MEG & LINUS by Hannah Nowinski! And to celebrate I have an extract for you all to devour! ENJOY! Maybe “‘selectively shy”’ is a good way to describe my approach to social situations. Like, I have no problem walking up to most people and starting a conversation. I get along with…

View Post