To celebrate the release of Belinda Missen’s latest book, her publisher has reduced the price of her first three books to $0.99 /0.99p for a limited time. Here is a little about each book: Lessons in Love Falling in love is never easy… Eleanor Manning is finally leaving behind her glittering but empty life in the city (and her soon-to-be- ex-husband) to return to the comfort of her childhood home in Apollo Bay. She’s landed a lovely new job in her old primary school library and a flatshare with her bubbly best
PUB DAY TODAY! NOVEMBER 1, 2019 It’s my stop on the One Week til Christmas by Belinda Missen blog tour published by Harper Collins Publishers, HQ Digital and brought to you by Rachels Random Resources, and I am so thrilled to be doing my stop on the actual PUBLICATION DAY!! Here is a little about the book: Two people. One chance meeting. Seven days to Christmas. Isobel Bennett is waiting for the number 11 bus when a man quite literally falls into her lap. Snow is falling, Christmas lights are twinkling, and
Please tell me you are as excited as I am about this cover reveal…….. It is so amazing……. Friends, take a look at the new cover for Viola Pumpernickel and the Emerald Lady by Jo Baxter…….. This is absolutely AH-MAZE-BALLS!! (I think its worth framing!) So if you’ve never heard about Viola, let me fill you in……. Viola is a people-watcher. She loves to sit on the step of her father’s bakery in Brookwater Lane, creating stories about the weird and wonderful folk who pass by. Her father is secretly impressed by her big imagination but her
Published: March 12, 2019 by Katherine Tegen Books Dates Read: March 19 – March 20, 2019 Genre/Category: YA Fiction Read For: TBR / Personal Pleasure ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 stars Why I gave a book that enraged me 5 stars….. Book synopsis: Heroine is the story of Mickey, a high school senior who is the girls’ softball team catcher. This year the team is planning on going all the way to winning the state championship, but when an automobile accident gets in the way of Mickey obtaining that goal, she does everything she can to fight back and be ready for the
Published: March 26, 2019 by Berkley Dates Read: April 7 – 10, 2019 Genre/Category: Psychological Thriller/Suspense Read For: Personal Read /TBR List ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 4.5 stars This is where you put strong emphasis on the word PSYCHO in psychological thriller. To use her own words, the author (Samantha Downing) has a very “disturbed” mind. Truth be told, I am outright JEALOUS. Where in the world does one come up with these things????? My Lovely Wife is the story of a married couple who live the good life, with a beautiful home, satisfying jobs, exceptional children, first-rate friends in a
Published: March 5, 2019 by Harlequin – Trade Publishing Dates Read: April 7 – 10, 2019 Genre/Category: Psychological Thriller/Suspense / Psychological Fiction Read For: NetGalley Free Copy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 stars Stop the presses! Psychological thrillers have a new contender! Every author always strives to write the next best psychological thriller. We’ve been inundated with so many that the plots have become expected and outcomes predictable. As readers we almost certainly experience burnout, but we are dedicated and we keep on reading. Beautiful Bad by Annie Ward is absolutely not your typical psychological thriller, there is a different type
Ohio by Stephen Markley Published: August 21, 2018 by Simon Schuster Dates Read: February 8 – 13, 2019 Genre/Category: Coming of Age Fiction/Literary Fiction Read For: Personal Pleasure ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 stars Wonderful. I just finished and I’m speechless. I honestly feel this book had to have been passed over for some kind of awards. I have to be honest; it took me the first 50 pages to really get into the book, and I was hesitant during those pages if I was going to want to continue. Then I couldn’t put it down, it was THAT good.
The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald Published: February 5, 2019 by Gallery Books Dates Read: March 24-26, 2019 Genre/Category: Suspense, Contemporary Women Read For: Personal pleasure ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 3 ½ stars This was a good book. It definitely falls into my 3 star category. I can comfortably say it was