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Blog Tour Stop with Review - The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley

Welcome to my stop on the Blog Tour for The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley!

What They Say:

This is not a typical love story, but it’s our love story.

Anna wasn’t looking for love when Adam swept her off her feet but there was no denying their connection, and she believed they would be together forever.

Years later, cracks have appeared in their relationship. Anna is questioning whether their love can really be eternal when a cruel twist of fate delivers a crushing blow, and Anna and Adam are completely lost to one another. Now, Anna needs Adam more than ever, but the way back to him has life-changing consequences.

Is a second chance at first love really worth the sacrifice? Anna needs to decide and time is running out…

A beautiful and emotional love story that asks, how far would you go for a second chance at first love? Perfect for fans of The Man Who Didn’t Call and Miss You


What I Say:

This is not your typical love story. It is so much more complex. It's tragically sad and wonderf…
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Review of Kate and Clara's Curious Cornish Craft Shop by Ali McNamara

I'm so excited to bring you my review of Kate and Clara's Curious Cornish Craft Shop!!

What They Say:

Kate thinks all her wishes have come true when she opens her little craft shop down on the harbour in the pretty Cornish seaside town of St Felix.

It's been her life-long dream to open her own shop, and now she's finally got the chance, she's loving selling her own quirky handmade textile designs to the many holidaymakers that flock into St Felix every year.

But there's a mystery about Kate's shop - one that Jack, the owner of a new art store in town, wants to help Kate solve. A series of mysterious paintings and beautiful embroidered pictures hint at a love story over sixty years old, but Kate needs to know how the story ends!

As Kate and Jack delve deeper into the vintage romance, they find that not only do their own lives share uncanny similarities with their 1950s counterparts, but also the two of them are becoming closer.

But as the two couples' stories …

Blog Tour Stop with Review - The Storm by Amanda Jennings

Welcome to my stop on the Blog Tour for The Storm by Amanda Jennings. I'm so excited to bring you my review of this incredible book!

What They Say:

To the outside world Hannah married the perfect man. Behind the closed doors of their imposing home it’s a very different story. Nathan controls everything Hannah does. He chooses her clothes, checks her receipts, and keeps her passport locked away. But why does she let him? Years before, in the midst of a relentless storm, the tragic events of one night changed everything. And Hannah has been living with the consequences ever since. Keeping Nathan happy. Doing as she’s told. But the past is about to catch up with them.

Set against the unforgiving backdrop of a Cornish fishing port in the ‘90s, this is a devastating exploration of the power of coercive control in a marriage where nothing is quite as it seems…

What I Say:
What a book!!! Sublimely atmospheric, dark, tense and suspenseful with a powerful sense of foreboding throughout. Such beli…

Blog Tour Stop with Review - Somebody's Daughter by Carol Wyer

Welcome to my Stop on the Blog Tour for Somebody's Daughter by Carol Wyer! I'm so excited to bring you my review of this incredible book!


What They Say:

One by one the girls disappeared…
When the frail body of a teenage girl is discovered strangled in a parking lot, shards of ice form in Detective Natalie Ward’s veins. As Natalie looks at the freckles scattered on her cheeks and the pale pink lips tinged with blue, she remembers that this innocent girl is somebody’s daughter…

The girl is identified as missing teenager Amelia Saunders, who has run away from home and her controlling father. Natalie’s heart sinks further when it becomes clear that Amelia has been working on the streets, manipulated by her violent new boyfriend Tommy.

A day later, another vulnerable girl is found strangled on a park bench. Like Amelia, Katie Bray was a runaway with connections to Tommy, and Natalie is determined to find him and track down the monster attacking these scared and lonely girls.

But when a w…

Blog Tour Stop with Review - The Day She Came Back by Amanda Prowse

Welcome to my Stop on the Blog Tour for The Day She Came Back by Amanda Prowse!  I'm so excited to bring you my review on the first day of the tour!

What They Say: From the bestselling author of The Girl in the Corner comes a story that asks: how do you forgive the family that lied to you, and love the mum you never had? When her loving, free-spirited grandmother Primrose passes away, Victoria is bereft, yet resilient—she has survived tragedy before. But even her strength is tested when a mysterious woman attends Prim’s funeral and claims to be the mother Victoria thought was dead.
As the two women get to know each other and Victoria begins to learn more about her past, it becomes clear that her beloved grandmother had been keeping life-changing secrets from her. Desperate for answers, she still struggles to trust anyone to tell her the truth.
To live a full and happy life, Victoria knows she must not only uncover the truth, but find a way to forgive her family. But after so many years,…

Spotlight with Q&A and Review - Flying Solo by Zoe May

Welcome to my Spotlight Post for Flying Solo by Zoe May! I'm so excited to have Zoe on the blog today with a Q&A and I'm also sharing my review of the book.

Without further ado, I shall hand over to Zoe to answer a few questions! Thanks for joining me, Zoe!


Where is your favourite place in the world? 
I’m a big fan of India. I’ve been twice for extended trips. It’s such a unique and fascinating place. It’s so vast and never ceases to surprise you. I love the spirituality of India and how different it is to the West – it feels almost otherworldly to me and I just adore exploring the country. During my last trip, I spent time in an ashram in Pondicherry. I met lots of interesting people there and had quite a few bizarre experiences, which inspired me to write my new book, Flying Solo, which is about a lawyer who jets off to India in pursuit of her wayward boyfriend who is on a mission to ‘find himself’ I describe it as ‘Bridget Jones meets Legally Blonde in an ashram’!