A French Affair by Jennifer Bohnet

What will be will be… Belinda Marshall’s idyllic teenage life in Brittany, France, fell apart when her parents dramatically separated and her mother took her back to England. Fast forward thirty-five years when Belinda’s world is once again turned upside down. It’s the week before Christmas and Belinda’s employer ‘surprises’ her by asking for her… Continue reading A French Affair by Jennifer Bohnet

Cynthia Smart’s Midwife Crisis by Liz Davies

At forty-four, Cynthia Smart is exactly where she wants to be. Almost. In a couple of years, she’ll be the CEO of the company she’s spent her most of her adult life working in. For now, though, she’s still busy shimmying up the greasy pole of corporate business. She’s single, carefree, and independent, and nothing… Continue reading Cynthia Smart’s Midwife Crisis by Liz Davies

The Village Shop for Lonely Hearts by Alison Sherlock: refreshing and entertaining

The Village Shop For Lonely Hearts After losing her job in New York, Amber Green isn’t looking forward to visiting her godmother in the sleepy village of Cranbridge. With its empty lanes and rundown shops, it’s hardly a place to mend her lonely heart. But when Amber discovers that Cranbridge Stores, owned by her godmother… Continue reading The Village Shop for Lonely Hearts by Alison Sherlock: refreshing and entertaining

Finding Love at Hedgehog Hollow by Jessica Redland: uplit with prickles

Can love really be found when you stop looking for it…? As Samantha Wishaw watches the love of her life marry another woman, she’s ready to give up hope of finding her happy ever after. But when a chance encounter leads Sam to find friendship in Thomas – a lonely, grumpy elderly widower living at… Continue reading Finding Love at Hedgehog Hollow by Jessica Redland: uplit with prickles

Homeward Bound by Richard Smith: bitter-sweet and beautifully written

Homeward Bound Homeward Bound features 79-year-old grandfather George, who didn’t quite make it as a rock star in the ‘60s. He’s expected to be in retirement but in truth he’s not ready to close the lid on his dreams and will do anything for a last chance. When he finds himself on a tour of… Continue reading Homeward Bound by Richard Smith: bitter-sweet and beautifully written

Summer at my Sister’s by Emily Harvale: cover reveal

Summer at my Sister’s Twin sisters. One scorching summer. A bucketful of secrets. Diana’s life is perfect. Her twin sister, Josie’s – not so much. They aren’t identical twins. Perhaps the only things they have in common are agreeing their mother can be a nightmare – and their birthdays. This summer they’ll be thirty-five. Diana… Continue reading Summer at my Sister’s by Emily Harvale: cover reveal

Summer at the Highland Coral Beach by Kiley Dunbar

Escape to the Highland Coral Beach – where broken hearts can be healed Beatrice Halliday needs a break from life. Booking a trip to the Highlands on a whim, Beatrice hopes learning Gaelic in a beautiful Scottish village might help her heal her grief after losing her baby, her husband and her much loved job… Continue reading Summer at the Highland Coral Beach by Kiley Dunbar

Sometimes in Bath by Charles Nevin

Synopsis The stories and History of ‘Britain’s most elegant and intriguing city’. Sometimes in Bath is a captivating story-tour through the city’s history conducted by Charles Nevin, the award-winning journalist, national newspaper columnist, author and humorist. Beau Nash, Old King Bladud, young Horatio Nelson, Jane Austen’s Mr Bennet, the Emperor Haile Selassie and many more… Continue reading Sometimes in Bath by Charles Nevin