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Blog Tour Stop with Review- I Wanted To Tell You by Anna Mansell

Welcome to my Review of I Wanted To Tell You by Anna Mansell!What They Say:‘Sometimes I think that if I’d found a way to talk, we’d be together now…’When Helen finds a bundle of unsent love letters, tied with a red ribbon, and signed only ‘the love you wished I could be’, she wonders who they could belong to.The same day, however, her husband Alexannounces he’s leaving. She’d believed their love would last a lifetime, but now he’s gone and she hadn’t even realised there was anything wrong.Desperate to understand, Helen doesn’t know where to look for answers. But the letters keep drawing her back. As she reads the words of loneliness, loss and regret, something in them helps her start to make sense of it all… Even as she realises someone has been keeping heart-breaking secrets.But who do the letters belong to? Can the sender ever be reunited with the one they love, or is it too late? And when Helen finds out the truth about Alex, can she find it in her heart to forgive him, or will he …

Blog Tour Stop with Review - Christmas at the Palace by Jeevani Charika

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Christmas at the Palace by Jeevani Charika! 

What They Say:
Snuggle up with the perfect Christmas romance that readers have fallen in love with this year, as one ordinary girl learns what it means to love a prince.
Not even in her wildest imaginings did Kumari ever think she'd become a princess. But having fallen for Ben - or rather Prince Benedict, sixth in line to the throne - it looks like nothing will ever go as planned again. And as Christmas rapidly approaches the distinction between family festivities and Royalty becomes ever more apparent.

With the paparazzi hounding her, her job on the line and some rather frustrating royal training, Kumari feels panic set in.

Does loving Prince Charming mean she'll get her fairy tale ending - and on her own terms?
What I Say:
I love a festive book. Sadly, there isn't much holiday cheer in this book. That doesn't mean I didn't like it. Far from it! I enjoyed it a lot. It just isn't ver…

Blog Tour Stop with Review - Hush Hush by Mel Sherratt

Welcome to my stop on the Blog Tour for Hush Hush by Mel Sherratt! 
What They Say:
A killer is on the loose, attacking people in places they feel most safe: their workplaces, their homes. It’s up to DS Grace Allendale to stop the murders, and prove herself to her new team.

All clues lead to local crime family the Steeles, but that’s where things get complicated. Because the Steeles aren’t just any family, they’re Grace’s family. Two brothers and two sisters, connected by the violent father only Grace and her mother escaped.

To catch the killer, Grace will have to choose between her team and her blood. But who do you trust, when both sides are out to get you?

An unforgettable thriller that fans of MARTINA COLE and won’t be able to put down.
About The Author:
Mel Sherratt is the author of ten novels, all of which have become bestsellers. In 2017, she was named as one of her home town of Stoke-on-Trent’s top 100 influential people. She lives in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, with her husband …

Blog Tour Stop - Dreaming of Christmas by T.A. Williams

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Dreaming of Christmas by TA Williams! This book sounds absolutely wonderful and I can't wait to read it!

Extract From Dreaming of Christmas:

She had barely stepped into her flat when the phone started ringing. Pushing the door
closed behind her, she set down her weekend bag and her briefcase and answered it.

‘ZoĆ« Lumsley, hello.’

‘Hi, Zo, it’s me.’

‘Hi, Jules. Long time no speak. How’re things with you?’

She and Juliet had shared a tacky old house with a bunch of other students when they were in their last year at university. That was all of ten years ago now and she had pretty much lost contact with lost of the others – apart from Grant, of course. She and Juliet had remained really good friends and, seeing as they both lived in London, normally managed to meet up several times a year, but she realised she hadn’t heard from her since the winter, and now it was already late summer.

‘Not bad really. I’ve moved on from A & E and have sudden…

Blog Tour Stop - Snowflakes and Cinnamon Swirls at the Winter Wonderland by Heidi Swain

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Snowflakes and Cinnamon Swirls at the Winter Wonderland by Heidi Swain!

What They Say:

After calling off her engagement, Hayley, the Wynthorpe Hall housekeeper, wants nothing more than to return to her no-strings fun-loving self, avoiding any chance of future heartbreak. Little does she know, Wynbridge’s latest arrival is about to throw her plan entirely off course . . . 

Moving into Wynthorpe Hall to escape the town’s gossip, Hayley finds herself immersed in the eccentric Connelly family’s festive activities as they plan to host their first ever Winter Wonderland.

But Hayley isn’t the only new resident at the hall. Gabe, a friend of the Connelly’s son Jamie, has also taken up residence, moving into Gatekeeper’s Cottage, and he quickly makes an impression on Wynbridge’s reformed good-girl.  

About The Author:

Although passionate about writing from an early age, Heidi Swain gained a degree in Literature, flirted briefly with a newspaper career, …