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Set in the outskirts of the beautiful English countryside. When childhood friends, Nate and Felicity, are forced to reunite years after they split ways, old feelings resurface, shaking their foundation. Can they forgive each other for past hurts? Or will their devastating secrets cut the worn string that’s held them together all these years? – A second chance, contemporary romance. Click HERE
Hearts of War, Cover Reveal & Pre-Order, Available July 23rd! War changes everything. It shatters dreams and unravels families. It extinguishes—not just life, but love and hope and stability. For Annalise Dubois, during the outbreak of World War II, life as she knows it ceases to exist. Bitter and unwilling to watch as her best friend and the love of her life start a family, Ana must make a choice: misery or change. After joining the war effort, being recruited by the SOE and training as a Secret Agent was not something she ever would have envisioned, but sitting back wallowing in her own grief was something she refused to return to. Everything she ever thought she knew about love, loss, and family is tested to the brink. Finding herself behind enemy lines, and taking comfort in someone new, she must choose between her past or her present. What will she do when everything around her falls apart? Pre-Order HERE Add to Goodreads
Here are my favourite reads of 2018. There were some new to me authors, as well as old favourites. And although I didn’t read as much as I would’ve liked, I wasn’t disappointed. Fingers crossed I’ll get to read more this year. Happy New Year & happy reading.
Where the Heart Is, FREE for a limited time only. Do you like just the right amount of push and pull with added steam and tension? Then you’ll love this witty, yet emotional English romance,
Mondays can be sour as the weekends tend to feel like they aren’t long enough. We find ourselves wishing away the week until it’s Friday again. I hold my hands up, I’m as guilty as the next person but I’m working on changing my mindset.
It was a Monday when my day went from bad to worse. I’d received penalty parking notices and then to top it off, upon returning to my car that evening, after a long commute on the London Underground, I found my car had been broken into.
I didn’t realise it at the time but I think the universe was trying to set me up for an even bigger fall. This particular Monday was an epic fail. Read More
But I was lucky enough to receive an Advanced Readers Copy of Tiny Drops.
I can’t wait to share my review with you come release day, November 1st. Read More
While my laptop is on charge I snuck off to my PC, don’t ask. Anyway, I wanted to take a moment to talk about authors, both traditional and indie and the importance of supporting and sharing the book love.
Someone on my friend’s list recently shared a post by the author K.A Tucker. It highlighted ways to support an author and gave me an idea for this blog, and the importance of supporting all authors.
Now as new and upcoming authors and well-established authors will tell you, it’s no easy feat to be seen, or to spread the word of a great book, even with multiple followers, avid readers and bloggers, it’s still a struggle. Read More
Well thats as long as it is short.
I have decided to try to read one old book on my current to be read list for every new book. Read More
I was fortunate enough to be amongst other readers and attended RARE18 London at London Olympia on the 24th February.
I wanted to a do a massive shout out to the amazing and talented Naroba at Splendidly Scripted for my Author logo. Thank you so much I absolutely love it, and it’s so perfectly me. Read More