**IF YOU HAVEN’T READ PROPHECY GIRL THERE MAY BE SPOILERS** When I saw Cecily White’s Angel Academy series on Netgalley, it sounded awesome. It’s been AGES since I’ve read a good paranormal YA series, absolutely ages, almost as if the genre has gone through its popular phase and no one really reads it any more, but if you have a…

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Relativity was a book I wasn’t 100% sure was my cup of tea, but I was more than willing to give it a read because the publicist for the book was so insistent that it was such a good read. But, I was nervous to get started. I needn’t have been, mind because Relativity was an awesome read. It was…

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Wickham Hall is Cathy Bramley’s fourth novel, and her most recent, and I’ve been dying to read it for ages. I really enjoyed her previous books Ivy Lane and Conditional Love, and I still have the delightful Appleby Farm to visit, and her new book The Plumberry School of Comfort Food to dig into once it’s released throughout the year.…

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Waaaay back – two years ago, I think – I devoured Rachel Harris’s book The Fine Art of Pretending. It was SO good. And when I knew there was going to be a companion I was ridiculously excited, which means that The Natural History of Us has been on my radar for two very excitable years, as I waited for…

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The Night That Everything Changed is one of those books you just HAVE to read. And it will also frustrate the living daylights out of you. Because, as it turns out, The Night That Everything Changed is not a love story. It’s the story of a break-up. A WARNING WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE, LAURA, JIMMY. ANYBODY. Yes, I was suckered…

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