Book Reviews

The Tuscan House by Angela Petch. #BlogTour

Corbello, Italy, 1947. A woman and a little boy stagger into the ruins of an old house deep in the forest, wild roses overwhelming the crumbling terracotta walls. Since the war, nowhere has been safe. But they both freeze in shock when a voice calls out from the shadows… For young mother Fosca Sentino, accepting refuge… Continue reading The Tuscan House by Angela Petch. #BlogTour

The Charity Of Strangers by Alison Burke. #BlogTour

The Charity of Strangers You can find almost anything in a charity shop, but can you find love?             You can certainly find friendship and there is both laughter and tears ahead when 19yr old Zaffron, lonely, anxious and without direction, meets Blaire Daintry, good-looking, charming, and gay.             Both volunteers in the charity shop,… Continue reading The Charity Of Strangers by Alison Burke. #BlogTour

Strictly On Ice by Helen Buckley #BlogTour

Strictly on Ice When falling in love comes with the risk of falling flat on your face ...Former Olympic skating champion Katie Saunders is well known for her ‘ice queen’ persona in the press. On the face of it, perhaps Katie should have forgiven her former skating partner and ex-boyfriend, Alex Michaelson, for the accident… Continue reading Strictly On Ice by Helen Buckley #BlogTour

Someone Who Isn’t Me by Danuta Kot #BlogTour

When the body of a twenty-four-year-old man is found on Sunk Island, a quiet stretch of land in Yorkshire, two factsimmediately stand out. First: the killer wanted the body to befound. Second, the dead man was a police officer, and hehad been working undercover. Meanwhile, aimless 20-something Becca has multiple jobsto keep her head above… Continue reading Someone Who Isn’t Me by Danuta Kot #BlogTour