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#Review: Belonging by Liz Martinson @LizMartinson3 @NextChapterPB #contemporaryromance #romanticsuspense #Belonging

By | December 4, 2021

It’s a real pleasure today to be sharing my review of Belonging by Liz Martinson – published by Next Chapter on 8th October, this lovely book is now available for kindle, in paperback and in hardcover. Paperback copies are also available direct from the author at the discounted price of £7.50, including signing and P&P (UK… Read More »

#Review: Poppy’s Christmas Wishes by Annette Hannah @annettehannah @books_dash #blogtour #extract #romance #romcom #newrelease #Christmasread

By | December 3, 2021

It’s a pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for Poppy’s Christmas Wishes by Annette Hannah, published as an e-book by Orion Dash on 2nd December. My thanks to the publishers for my advance reading e-copy (provided via netgalley), and to Annette and Rhea for their support. Back in June 2020, I entirely loved Annette’s… Read More »

#Blogtour: A Leap of Faith at the Vineyard in Alsace by Julie Stock @wood_beez48 @rararesources #guestpost #giveaway #win #romance

By | November 28, 2021

It’s a pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for A Leap of Faith at the Vineyard in Alsace by Julie Stock: the third and final book in the Domaine des Montagnes series, this one was published on 25th August, and is available both for kindle (free via Kindle Unlimited) and in paperback. Thank you… Read More »

#Review: Dead Mercy by Noelle Holten @nholten40 @0neMoreChapter_ @BOTBSPublicity #blogtour #newrelease #DeadMercy #DCMaggieJamieson

By | November 23, 2021

Time for another rare visit to the dark side – and it’s a real pleasure today to be joining the blog tour and sharing my review of Dead Mercy, the fifth in the DC Maggie Jamieson series by Noelle Holten. Published for kindle by One More Chapter on 19th November, the paperback will follow on… Read More »

#Coverreveal: The Manhattan Girls by Gill Paul @GillPaulAUTHOR @HarperCollins #HistoricalFiction #2022reads #TheManhattanGirls

By | November 22, 2021

You’ll already know how very excited I get with the news of every new book from Gill Paul – she’s one of my very favourite authors. She thrilled me with the Romanovs – and I really loved both The Secret Wife (review here) and The Lost Daughter (you’ll find that review here). And then she… Read More »

#Review: Call of the Penguins by Hazel Prior @HazelPriorBooks @PenguinUKBooks @RandomTTours #blogtour #CallofthePenguins

By | November 18, 2021

I’m absolutely delighted today to be joining the blog tour for Call of the Penguins by Hazel Prior, and sharing my review. Published (rather appropriately…) by Penguin Books on 11th November, this lovely book is now available as an e-book, in paperback, and as an audiobook. My thanks to Anne Cater at Random Things Tours… Read More »

#Review: Girl at Christmas by Rhoda Baxter @Rhoda Baxter @rararesources #blogtour #giveaway #win #SmartGirls #romance

By | November 16, 2021

When I heard that Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources was organising a blog tour for all four books in Rhoda Baxter’s Smart Girls series, I really wanted to be part of it. I’ve read and reviewed Rhoda’s lovely writing before – I read and loved Please Release Me way back in 2015 (review and feature… Read More »

#Review: A Match Made in Venice by Leonie Mack @LeonieMAuthor @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #blogtour #newrelease #BoldwoodBloggers

By | November 15, 2021

It’s a real pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for A Match Made in Venice by Leonie Mack, and sharing my review. Published by Boldwood Books on 9th November, it’s now available for kindle (free via Kindle Unlimited), as a paperback, and as an audiobook too. Many thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources… Read More »

#Review: I Wish It Could be Christmas Every Day by Milly Johnson @millyjohnson @simonschusterUK @ed_pr #blogtour #newpaperback #ChristmasEveryDay

By | November 14, 2021

It’s a real pleasure today to share once more my review of I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day by the wonderful Milly Johnson. First released by Simon & Schuster on 29th October last year as an e-book, in hardcover and as an audiobook, the long awaited paperback was finally released on 11th November.… Read More »

#Review: The Forgotten Maid by Jane Cable @JaneCable @SapereBooks @rararesources #blogtour #histfic #romance #dualtimeline #CornishEchoes

By | November 13, 2021

I’m delighted today to be joining the blog tour for The Forgotten Maid by Jane Cable, and sharing my review. Published by Sapere Books on 3rd August, the first in a planned series of Cornish Echoes dual timeline mysteries, it’s now available for kindle (just 99p for a limited time, and free via Kindle Unlimited)… Read More »

#Review: The Girl from Bletchley Park by Kathleen McGurl @KathMcGurl @HQStories @rararesources #blogtour #dualtime #histfic #WW2

By | November 11, 2021

Apologies for being a day later than planned (reading time has been a little scarce recently), but it’s a pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for The Girl from Bletchley Park by Kathleen McGurl: published by HQ Digital, the ebook and audiobook were published on 3rd November, available for kindle via Amazon in the… Read More »

#Feature: Winter Fires at Mill Grange by @JennyKaneAuthor @Aria_Fiction #publicationday #guestpost #extract #romance #Devon #MillGrange #WinterFires

By | November 11, 2021

Handing over the blog to Jenny Kane on publication day is always a particular pleasure – Winter Fires at Mill Grange, the fourth and final novel in the Mill Grange series, is published as an e-book today (11th November) by Aria Fiction, with the paperback to follow on 9th December. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book… Read More »