The Hapless Husband and his Curious Wife by Helen E Field

Today is publication day for The Hapless Husband and his Curious Wife by Helen E Field, the second in the De’ath Family series. Follow the madcap lives of the sassy Brooke and her anxious husband Dean, as they navigate the chaos caused by their double lives: secrets, syndicates and stress… money, madness and McDonald’s… political… Continue reading The Hapless Husband and his Curious Wife by Helen E Field

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bar by Isabella May

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bar River and Alice miss Somerset. Christmas isn’t Christmas without family and friends, even when you live in quaint Cornwall. When River’s Aunt Sheba dies unexpectedly, leaving him her ancient VW campervan, nostalgia nudges him and Alice back to Glastonbury – and the surrounding villages – to rediscover their roots whilst serving… Continue reading Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bar by Isabella May

Highland Games by Evie Alexander

Highland Games A fiery heroine, a Scottish god, a cabin, a castle, and enough heat to warm the coldest Scottish winter… Highland Games is an unputdownable, enemies-to-lovers, romantic comedy, with sparkle and sizzle and a guaranteed happy ending. This sexy, witty, debut from Evie Alexander will have you laughing, swooning, and staying up way past… Continue reading Highland Games by Evie Alexander

The Winter Cottage by Rachael Lucas

Synopsis   When Rilla Clark’s long lost father dies, she leaves New England and heads to his cottage in the Scottish Highlands to sort out his affairs. Rilla’s determined that her visit will be a fleeting one. The little village of Applemore holds a lot of memories for her, but looking back might just open up… Continue reading The Winter Cottage by Rachael Lucas

The Awful Truth About The Herbert Quarry Affair by Marco Ocram

The Awful Truth About The Herbert Quarry Affair With a jangle of keys, a door opened. Herbert clanked in, his arms locked to his sides, his ankles shackled, his face a Hannibal Lecter mask. He was overjoyed to see me. “Marco, I’m jailed day and night with murderous thugs who can’t tell Schiller from Shakespeare.… Continue reading The Awful Truth About The Herbert Quarry Affair by Marco Ocram

Melting in the Middle by Andy Howden

For Stephen Carreras, life is in turmoil. His career with Britain’s worst chocolate company is heading for the rocks when it’s taken over by US confectionery giant Schmaltz. He’s just turned forty, he’s messed up on marriage and is struggling to keep a toehold in the lives of his monosyllabic teenage children. Then he meets… Continue reading Melting in the Middle by Andy Howden

Eleven Days in June by R. P. Gibson Colley

Eleven Days in June (The Little Leaf Series, 1) Devon, 1985. Dan is 20, lives in a sleepy village and works in a small DIY shop. He likes numbers and hero worships Lord Nelson. But he finds ordinary people difficult to understand and he’s certainly never kissed a girl. His mother mocks him, and he… Continue reading Eleven Days in June by R. P. Gibson Colley

The Mystery Shopper and the Hot Tub by Helen Field

Synopsis A genuinely very funny and irreverent debut novel about life, love, sex, double lives, mystery shopping and hot tubs. Brooke’s a gorgeous young mum who lives in Essex. Her favourite things in life are her baby, her husband, Chardonnay, hot tubs and OK! magazine. All that’s missing from her life is the hot tub.… Continue reading The Mystery Shopper and the Hot Tub by Helen Field

One Summer In Monte Carlo by Jennifer Bohnet

Synopsis Monte Carlo means different things to different people; a billionaires’ playground, overflowing with glitz and glamour but also where dangerous secrets hide. For Nanette Weston, and her then fiancé, F1 racing driver Zac Ewart, their dream life came to an abrupt halt 3 years ago following a car accident which Zac walked away from,… Continue reading One Summer In Monte Carlo by Jennifer Bohnet

Quickie review: Murder in the Christmas Tree Lot by Judith Gonda

Blurb Landscape architect Tory Benning returns in a holiday mystery tied up with a bow! Still struggling with the death of her husband, Tory Benning is doing her best to get into the festive spirit of the holiday season, but when her landscaping company’s email is hacked and there’s a break-in at the office, it’s… Continue reading Quickie review: Murder in the Christmas Tree Lot by Judith Gonda