It’s only the second day of autumn (and co-incidentally, the second day in the year 227 of the French Republican Calendar – something that I have a bit of a bee in my bonnet about!), but it’s time to start thinking about Christmas. Well, Christmassy books at least. They’ll be hitting the shelves soon so… Continue reading Festive cover reveal: Snowed In at The Little Duck Pond Café by Rosie Green
I’m delighted to be taking part in the virtual tour for this super book! My review Rebecca is the younger, slightly-disorganised, not-quite-fulfilling-expectations sister of over-achieving Jennifer. So when Jennifer suddenly needs her help when her golden world starts to fall apart, Rebecca is as surprised as everyone else. However, she could do with getting… Continue reading Sisterly Love by Michelle Vernal: just perfect
‘The Corner Shop in Cockleberry Bay’ is a wonderful example of kick-lit – ‘chick-lit with a kick’, as the author likes to describe it. That kick comes from the strong heroine we have in this story. Rosa Larkin has had plenty of knocks in life and so she’s built up a tough shell around herself.… Continue reading The Corner Shop in Cockleberry Bay by Nicola May: original, touching and accomplished
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Love on the Back Burner by Barbara Oliverio My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book, according to its subtitle, is a tasty romantic comedy, and it’s exactly that. And also brilliant. Lively and likeable Alexandria D’Agostino, the youngest child in a close, hectic Italian-American family, is a fabulous cook as well as a hard… Continue reading Love on the Back Burner: Tasty Romcom with Recipes!